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“The Addams Family” entertains at Alhambra Theatre and Dining  

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By Martie Thompson
editor@floridanewsline.com

They’re creepy and they’re kooky … and audiences will have a spooky good time with Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, Uncle Fester and the rest of the family at Alhambra Theatre & Dining’s production of “The Addams Family.” Featuring lyrics by Andrew Lippa and book by Marshall Brickman and Eric Elice, all the characters you know and love from the 1960s television show and 1991 movie invite you to their ghoulish world for the evening.

Alhambra’s “Dixie Swim Club” a hilarious comedy about friendships that last forever

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By Martie Thompson
editor@floridanewsline.com

Alhambra Theatre and Dining’s production of “Dixie Swim Club,” a warm hearted Southern comedy, will make you want to join the swim team. More than a “chick flick” for the stage, this comedic performance will surely produce a numerous chuckles if not outright belly laughs. The dialog is particularly sharp, with one-liners, banter and repartee that the cast aces.

Alhambra’s “DreamGirls” an entertaining sojourn back in time

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By Martie Thompson
editor@floridanewsline.com

“DreamGirls,” now being performed at Alhambra Theatre and Dining, is probably most familiar from the critically acclaimed 2006 film, but the iconic musical actually started life on Broadway in 1981. The show follows the tumultuous rise of three Chicago friends, Effie, Deena and Lorrell, from backup singers to headliners in the 1960s and 1970s. The musical, while not completely sung through, hardly keeps still, sparkling with energy and momentum from one song number to the next.

Show Boat rolls along at Alhambra

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By Martie Thompson
editor@floridanewsline.com

“Ol’ Man River … just keeps rollin’ along.” Throughout the 40-year time span covered by “Show Boat,” now being performed at Alhambra Theatre and Dining, the mighty Mississippi River plays a pivotal role. From the opening scene on the levee at Natchez on the Mississippi in 1887 to the final scene on the deck of the Cotton Blossom in 1927, the rolling river is always part of the show.

Alhambra’s Beauty and the Beast: This “tale as old as time” is a real beauty to behold  

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By Mark Pettus
publisher@floridanewsline.com

As I prepared to leave the office on my way to attend the Alhambra’s production of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast,” I wasn’t sure what version to be prepared for. The classic French fairy tale has been translated to film, television and the stage more than a dozen times.