jakub | October 29, 2023

AMERICAN THEATRE | Alley Theatre to Present League of Live Stream Theatres Production



Todd Waite and the company of ‘Little Comedies.' (Photo by the Alley Theatre.)

HOUSTON: The Alley Theatre will premiere the first League of Live Stream Theater production outside of New York City. The Alley’s production of Little Comedies, a collection of Anton Chekhov one-acts translated by Richard Pevear and Larisa Volokhonsky, will stream Oct. 27-29.

The production features the entire resident acting company of the Alley and is directed by Tony Award-winner Richard Nelson. Nelson collaborated with Pevear and Volokhonsky on the new translation, which was commissioned by the Alley. Little Comedies features the one-act plays Swan Song, The Bear, The Proposal, The Wedding, and On the Harmfulness of Tobacco.

Live stream tickets are priced at $49 and can be purchased here.

The League of Live Stream Theater is a nonprofit that provides technical and financial solutions to nonprofit theatres to bring their content to global audiences, including homes, schools, and community centers.

The Alley Theatre is a nationally-recognized performing arts company which produces up to 16 plays each year and is home to a resident company of actors. Founded in 1945, the Alley has inspired and enchanted lives through diverse theatrical experiences. As of 2022, the theatre had a budget of approximately $20.6 million.

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