Alli Villines

is a Houston-based performer and voice teacher best known for her performance in Horsehead Theatre Company’s 2018 production of We’re Gonna Die (Houston Press Theatre Award Winner–Best Cabaret) and most recently seen in The Catastrophic Theatre’s Speeding Motorcycle. Alli is a professional singer, ukulele player, voice teacher, and actor whose credits include shows with The Catastrophic Theatre, Alley Theatre, Houston Grand Opera.

A Louisiana native, Alli Partin grew up surrounded by music. She started singing at the age of three, began playing the oboe when she was eleven, and started singing professionally in churches and weddings when she was thirteen (though she did not study voice until she was 19).

While in undergrad at McNeese State University, Alli picked up the ukulele and has not put it down since.

Houston credits include: Speeding Motorcycle, The Tamarie Cooper Show: Field Trip! (Catastrophic Theatre); Soundscape Design & Music Direction for The Exonerated with Dirt Dogs Theatre Co.; Barber of Seville and Nixon in China (Supernumerary) with Houston Grand Opera; Church (Reverend Alli) with Horse Head Theatre; They Read from a Script (foley/musician) with Misnomers; The Wild Party (Ensemble) with PMT; Redemption Series at The Landing Theatre; Catch Me If You Can (Ensemble) at Island ETC; The Christians (Chorister) at The Alley; and Speakeasy (Helen King) at Obsidian Theatre. Since in Houston, Alli has enjoyed collaborating on new works: Sole Mates: A Laundry Love Story (Rogue Productions); Little Edelweiss (Josh Innocencio); Babe: An Olympic Musical (National Women’s Music Festival), and is currently co-producer, co-writer, and cast member of Call Me Ann: The Ann Richards Rock Opera, as well as co-artistic director of lo-fi puppets.