It's a tale of three sisters.
Beth Henley, winner of the 1981 Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics Circle Award, brings to the Mississippi home of the Magrath sisters in her first play.
Babe has just shot her husband because she didn't like his looks. This brings middle sister Meg back to town from Los Angeles, where she is unsuccessfully pursuing a music career. And poor Lenny, everyone has forgotten her birthday!
Maggie goes behind the curtain of this exciting tale for a look at the set, cast member interviews and more.
Renowned Director Theresa Rebeck returns to the Alley to direct the play, which will run from now until April 29.
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🎟 We got an all access backstage pass to the @alleytheatre “Crimes of the Heart”. A great morning talking to some of the actors & technical director! Check out the Pulitzer Prize winning play now thru May 5th. You won’t regret it! ✨✨ ✨✨ #maggieinthemornings #wheresmaggie #cw39 #alleytheatre #crimesoftheheart #backstage #houston