In the Alhambra Kitchen –  9 to 5 Menu is Working Overtime!  

unnamed (4)Executive Chef DeJuan Roy creates a new menu for every show, themed to its plot and script (albeit
sometimes more loosely than others).  The menu for

First Course Choices

  • Mixed greens salad with citrus & cilantro dressing, topped with strawberry, Mandarin oranges, feta & sliced tomatoes  (gluten free), or
  • Duchess Soup, a rich cheese-based broth with carrots and onions, served with a fresh-baked Parmesan crustini

Second Course Choices

  • Slow roasted center cut beef sirloin with hand cut fries and garlic green beans, or
  • Baked chicken and spinach penne pasta with mornay sauce, Parmesan, tomatoes, or
  • Sweet tea-poached salmon with tomatoes and olive tapenade, with wild rice pilaf and asparagus, or
  • Pumpkin ravioli with julienned vegetables and light cinnamon brown butter sauce

Dessert  Choices

  • Extreme chocolate cake, or
  • Carrot cake
  • Fresh fruit cup, raspberry sorbet, or chocolate mousse available

Menu subject to change.  Should you have special dietary needs please call the Alhambra box office at 904.641.1212

Meet The Working Women of 9-5: The Musical
A native Rhode Islander who now calls Sarasota, FL, home, Melanie Souza has just finished a run of The Fantasticks as Bellomy in Newport, RI, and Abuela Claudia in In The Heights at American Stage in St. Petersburg, FL. Some recent favorite regional credits include: My Fair Lady (Mrs. Higgins) Ocean State Theatre, Social Security (Trudy Hayman) Alhambra Theatre starring Barbara Eden, Breaking Up is Hard to Do (Esther) Ivoryton Playhouse, 9 to 5(Roz) Theatre by the Sea and Stepping Out (Dorothy) TheatreZone starring Donna McKechnie.  Proud member of Actors’ Equity.

Juliana Davis is thrilled to be making her Alhambra debut! Her credits include: Honky Tonk Angels (Hippodrome), Motherhood: The Musical (Straz Center), The Taffetas (Denver Center) and Shear Madness (Florida Studio Theatre). Juliana received her bachelor’s in Musical Theatre from Lees-McRae College and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.    

A native of Amelia Island, this is Linzy Lauren‘s second show at Alhambra “and I’m getting quite comfortable, if I do say so myself.” She was last seen here as the Sour Kangaroo in this summer’s Seussical the Musical.

Born and raised in Chicago, IL., Olivia has been immersed in theater since the age of 9. You may have seen her recently in Elegies For Angels, Punks, and Raging Queens at The 5 and Dime, South Pacific and The Drowsy Chaperone at Alhambra, as well as Reefer Madness and Rent at Players by the Sea. Along with her passion for theater, Olivia loves clouds, seashells and flowers, listening to her extensive vinyl collection, making gourmet meals and letting life take her where it may!