Tag Archives: Lexi Langs

A Classic Dramedy “STEEL MAGNOLIAS” at the Alhambra

ALHAMBRA DINNER THEATRE A Dual Critics Review by Dick Kerekes & Leisla Sansom Jacksonville’s continued the year-long celebration of its fiftieth birthday by presenting another great play from the past with Robert Harling’s “,” which opened May 24 and will run until June 25, 2017. This show has blossomed into a classic dramedy since its debut in 1987, remaining popular in the US and many other countries throughout the world. A film adaptation was released in 1989. For this choice, the Alhambra, which opened in 1967, has drawn from its history. In 1969, the theatre staged “Barefoot in the Park,” …

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BLITHE SPIRIT – a ghostly comedy

ALHAMBRA THEATRE & DINING REVIEW DICK KEREKES & LEISLA SANSOM [email protected] Jacksonville’s has a special treat on tap through June 5, 2016. On stage at 12000 Beach Boulevard is “,” which opened on May 4, and is one of the most unique and interesting comedies ever written. The play was written by (1899 – 1973), who was truly Mr. Theatre, as he was a playwright, director, actor, composer, and singer. Alhambra Director/Producer Tod Booth has assembled a dynamite cast, with outstanding performances that are authentic and thrilling. This play has an interesting history. Germany was bombing London in September of …

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