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

Alley Theatre to Present League of Live Stream Theatres Production

The streaming performances of ‘Little Comedies’ will be the first League of Live Stream Theater production outside of New York City.

HOUSTON: The Alley Theatre will premiere the first League of Live Stream Theater production in Texas. 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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