The third season
ushered in many new things for the theatre. It was decided that five shows would be produced each season with a possible summer production as an extra. A format of alternating comedies with dramas was implemented. A benefit performance was held for the Alley, raising nearly $100. Gurden McKay and BA Vance were intereviewed for KTRH's Dimensions Houston show. In February 1964, Theatre Suburbia produced its first of many original scripts - the musical comedy, A Stitch In Time
by Buster Clearley. At the time, this is something not even The Alley would attempt.