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Show Boat rolls along at Alhambra

By Martie Thompson

“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  

By Mark Pettus

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.

Alhambra’s Executive Chef DeJuan Roy wins Food Network’s Guy Fieri’s Grocery Games


By NewsLine Staff

In what can only be described as a “come from behind victory,” Alhambra Theatre & Dining Executive Chef DeJuan Roy emerged the winner in a special Father’s Day episode of the Food Network’s Guy Fieri’s Grocery Games. The competition aired June 19.

Considerable fun at the Alhambra’s “Big River”

By Martie Thompson

Jim foretold that Huckleberry Finn’s life would contain “considerable trouble and considerable joy,” but the telling of their tale provides considerable fun for audiences at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre’s production of the Tony Award-winning “Big River,” based on Mark Twain’s novel, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”

Alhambra’s Honky Tonk Angels a real toe-tapper

By Linda Gay

If you are looking for an entertaining evening that will have you tapping your toes and singing along to the classic tunes of Tammy Wynette, Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn, then Honky Tonk Angels, a Ted Swindley production at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre, is a must see.