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Using "theatre" as a verb

Chaney has a track record of using leadership skills, collaboration, and creativity to foster meaningful discourse.

Skills for leadership.


Chaney created and oversees the Alley Articulated program, which uses theatre skills and arts integration to help business leaders become more effective and dynamic communicators. Chaney has partnered with organizations such as MD Anderson Cancer Center, Texas Children’s Hospital, and the Municipal Bar Association – helping clients advocate for their work lead more effectively.

Giving a Speech

Art belongs to everyone.


In pursuit of social equity and equal access to theatre, Chaney has led several programs inside prisons.

He's built a partnership with Harris County Juvenile Probation Department - overseeing Slam Poetry & Shakespeare programs in multiple facilities. 


He also served as Line Producer for a collaboration between the New Orleans Shakespeare Festival and Cripple Creek Theatre. A professional production of The Taming of the Shrew toured to prisons, homeless shelters, and a community center before opening to the general public. 


Innovative programs for classroom & community.


Chaney oversees Alley in Residence: Alley Theatre programs for middle and high schools.

His team recently launched Texas Young Playwright's Exchange (TYPE): A virtual, in-depth program where five of the country’s most prolific playwrights help students unearth the stories they need to tell. TYPE reduces geographic barriers - ensuring all students have access to one of the country's best theatres.

Additionally, The BETA Project serves schools and community by teaching students invaluable digital up-skilling.  

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