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It’s been announced that The Alley Theatre will cancel all performances. Including all events, camps, and classes. This closure will take place through the month of March ending on March 31, 2020. The closure comes after the recommendations of Mayor Sylvester Turner in hopes of prevention in the spread of the Coronavirus or (COVID-19).

Events that are scheduled after the March 31 mark are expected to take place. This will remain until further notice. The Alley Theatre is continuing to monitor city recommendations and precautions.

The Alley Theatre will inform customers via their email when changes occur and will continue to update their social media pages.

For Customers Who Already Purchased Tickets

If you’ve already purchased a ticket to an event at The Alley Theatre, the following options are available to you:

  • Cancel your tickets to the performance and receive a refund.
  • Exchange your tickets for an upcoming performance at The Alley Theatre. This option runs through the year of 2020.
  • Transfer your tickets in donation of The Alley Theatre to support them during this time. As a nonprofit arts organization, The Alley Theatre relies on the audience they serve. By donating tickets patrons are supporting the theatre in this uncertain time.

All of these options are available to you by calling the Box Office at 713-220-5700 or emailing boxoffice@alleytheatre.org.

The Alley Theatre understands the difficult time and appreciates patron’s patience as they navigate these circumstances. The Alley’s main priority during this time is the audience and its staff.

It’s weighing the situation daily and has remained regular contact with health professional’s city officials, and other arts companies. Also, they’ve made it another priority to keep customers updated as the circumstances change.

About The Alley Theatre

As nationally recognized performing arts company, The Alley Theatre stands as one of America’s leading nonprofits. The theatre is led by Artistic Director Rob Melrose and Managing Director Dean R. Gladden.

The Alley is known to produce about 16 plays each year in its revamped Theatre. The plays range from new and current works to revitalized classics, as well as featuring new plays with contemporary writers.

The Alley also houses a Resident Acting Company. It engages artists from all fields including actors, designers, composers, and playwrights. All artists are visiting artists in the company and work on individual productions through each season.

The Alley features a 774-seat state-of-the-art performance venue. While offering approximately 500 performances each season. It sees over 200,000 people each year through its educational programs and performances.

The Alley is also known for providing audience enrichment programs that include pre-show and post-performance talks, events, and workshops for people of all ages.