Cover of The Dramatist Season in Review 2022-2023
Houston Season in Review 2022-2023
Illustration by Ian Sklarsky
Illustration by Ian Sklarsky

Houston’s vibrant theatre scene had an eventful 2022-2023 season, showcasing a wide range of productions that offered something for every theatregoer. From classic plays to groundbreaking musicals, the city’s theaters left audiences enthralled with their performances.

The Alley Theatre presented five world premieres including two new plays, two new adaptations, and a new musical.

Kicking off their productions was Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me a Soprano, a “revisal” of his popular Lend Me a Tenor, but with women in the leading roles.

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Eric C. Jones
Eric C. Jones

is a composer, lyricist, librettist, actor, and director. Eric is a Medford, Massachusetts-born, Minnesota and Texas-raised artist. He has been involved with the Christian theatre circuit since 1995. He is also the DG Regional Rep for Houston, TX.

Editor, Joey Stocks
Joey Stocks

was born into an Arkansas newspaper family. He strayed into theatre as a performer before joining the Guild in August 2011 as Director of Publications and Editor of The Dramatist.