Months after Harvey, Alley Theatre returns downtown for 'A Christmas Carol'

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THE SHOW MUST GO ON: Alley Theatre will stage "A Christmas Carol" once again this season, even in spite of flood damge. (KTRK)

Alley Theatre is opening its doors for the first time since Hurricane Harvey, and just in time for a Houston holiday tradition.

Doors open Friday for their staging of the Charles Dickens classic "A Christmas Carol."

The theater's managing director says the production will be on a stage that wasn't damaged by the flood.

The storm did damage the downstairs Neuhaus Theatre, dressing rooms and thousands of props.Those areas are still being repaired.

Alley Theatre said it wanted to make sure it was reopened for the holidays.

Alley Theatre set to open doors for first time since Hurricane Harvey
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Alley Theater set to open its doors for first time since Hurricane Harvey.

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The historic building has been hit before by flooding and a fire, prompting makeovers

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