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A DUAL CRITICS REVIEW by DICK KEREKES & LEISLA SANSOM [email protected] The Dual Critics took a four-hour trip to Las Vegas on June 8, 2016 but never went beyond the city limits of Jacksonville. Instead, we went to our first experience at . The Alhambra’s owners have presented ten such special events in recent years, with most of the programming featuring recreations of the performances of famous entertainers from the past in a nightclub setting. The Rat Pack — Live and Swingin! featured , , and , three of Vegas’ most acclaimed crooners, all of whom have passed on to …

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Excellent Performances In “THE PHILADELPHIA STORY”

ORANGE PARK COMMUNITY THEATRE REVIEW The classic “Philadelphia Story” opened April 10, 2015 on the OPCT stage and will run through April 26. Seventy-six years have passed since ’s “The Philadelphia Story” debuted on Broadway in 1939. The play was written for , who starred both in the play and in the film version, which was financed by . Both the play and the film were huge hits. The years have not diminished the grace, charm, and humor of this true classic. In case you have not caught the excellent movie version with Hepburn, , and , or “,” the …

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