Alley Theatre Will Rock 'n' Roll During 2008-2009 Season

News   Alley Theatre Will Rock 'n' Roll During 2008-2009 Season
The works of Stoppard, Ruhl, Rebeck and Sorkin will be part of the 62nd season at Houston's Alley Theatre.

Four of Alley's seasonal offerings were staged on Broadway within the past year — Rock 'n' Roll, Mauritius, The Farnsworth Invention and Cyrano — while Ruhl's Eurydice was presented Off-Broadway by Second Stage in 2007.

The 2008-2009 season at the Alley, under the artistic direction of Gregory Boyd, will also feature productions of Rostand, Shaw, Kaufman and Hart and a new thriller by Bob Clyman.

The Alley season follows:

Cyrano de Bergerac
By Edmond Rostand
Translated by Brian Hooker
Directed by Gregory Boyd
Hubbard Stage
Oct. 3-Nov. 2 (official press opening Oct. 8)

Secret Order
By Bob Clyman
Directed by Charles Towers
Neuhaus Stage
Oct. 24-Nov. 23 (official press opening Oct. 29) A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas
By Charles Dickens
Adapted by Michael Wilson
Directed by James Black
Hubbard Stage
Nov. 21-Dec. 28

Mrs. Warren’s Profession
By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Anders Cato
Hubbard Stage
Jan. 9-Feb. 1, 2009 (official press opening Jan. 14, 2009)

By Sarah Ruhl
Neuhaus Stage
Jan. 30-March 1, 2009 (official press opening Feb. 4, 2009)

The Man Who Came to Dinner
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
Hubbard Stage
Feb. 20-March 22, 2009 (official press opening Feb. 25, 2009)

By Theresa Rebeck
Neuhaus Stage
March 27-April 26, 2009 (Official press opening April 1, 2009)

Rock 'n' Roll
By Tom Stoppard
Hubbard Stage
April 24-May 17, 2009 (official press opening April 29, 2009)

The Farnsworth Invention
By Aaron Sorkin
Directed by David Cromer
Hubbard Stage
June 5-June 28, 2009 (official press opening June 10, 2009)

Casting and additional creative duties for the Alley's 2008-2009 season will be announced at a later date.

Subscriptions are currently on sale. Single ticket sale dates will be announced shortly. For more information visit or call (713) 220-5700.

The Alley Theatre is located at 615 Texas Avenue in Houston, TX.

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