NOTICE: For the safety and health of our AUDIENCE and ACTORS; because of COVID-19 we have moved our previously-planned first two shows of the season to the 2021-2022 Season, and THE GREENBERG PLAYS will be performed in MARCH 2021.
WHEN WE DO HAVE LIVE PERFORMANCES (planned to begin January 2021) please know that we will take all social distance precautions for BOTH the audience and actors – while still providing quality performances. These are strange times, but YOUR health and safety is our priority, at THE ALLEY THEATRE.
Opening in 1941, this Noël Coward comedy was an instant hit. As a novelist seeks to gather material for his next novel, by visiting the local, eccentric, clairvoyant and attending a seance, everything backfires as the ghost of his first wife soon begins to haunt him. Tommy Thomas makes his ALLEY THEATRE debut directing what is sure to be a group of comedic geniuses in this hilarious play certain to warm you up in cold January!
William Gibson’s moving script tells the true story of the blind, deaf, and mute young girl, Helen Keller, and the “miracle” experience when she and her governess/teacher, Annie Sullivan, connected. Originally a “Playhouse 90 Teleplay” the three-act stage play premiered in 1959 with stars Anne Bancroft (Sullivan) and Patty Duke (Keller). Rhonda Tinch-Mize, no stranger to THE ALLEY, directs this wonderful story.
Rick Vale appears as “Antonio Salieri” in this Tony Award Winning script by Peter Shaffer. The story, based on an Alexander Pushkin poem, suggests Court Composer Salieri had something to do with the younger, more brilliant composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s untimely death. Raymond Kester steps off THE ALLEY stage to direct this masterpiece in the beautiful setting of THE ANDERSON MUSEUM OF ART.
AUDITIONS for all productions in the SEVENTH SEASON are Saturday & Sunday, November 14th & 15th (2020) at THE ALLEY THEATRE (923 Jackson Street, Anderson) from 2:00pm-5:00pm. Audition details to follow.
Please come enjoy the four winning scripts from the 2020 GREENBERG PLAYWRIGHT COMPETITION for local one-act plays. Tickets are $10 per seat and may be acquired by calling the BOX OFFICE MESSAGE CENTER (765.643.0701) or coming in to the CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH office (Tue-Fri / 9:00a-5:00p).
Winning Scripts performed this year:
Middle School Age Category
“WELCOME TO HELL” by Ian Willoughby
High School Age Category
“THE PAST OF OUR FUTURE” by Robby James
College Age Category
“OBSERVATIONS” by Bailey Hunt
Adult Age Category
“THE DOUGHNUT AT THE END OF THE WORLD” by Larry Adams
These performances are not included as a part of the
GOLDEN TICKET / REGULAR SEASON.
The state-wide competition is held each year to encourage playwrights of all experience levels and ages. Each winner receives a cash prize of $500, a summer work-shop of their script and this final performance.
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SEVENTH SEASON BROCHURE (PDF)