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Alhambra History

Shows performed here since the theatres opening in November 1967 and the stars who appeared in them.

1967
1. Come Blow Your Horn

1968
2. See How They Run
3. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the
4. Forum
5. Boys from Syracuse
6. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolfe?

1969
7. A Shot in the Dark
8. The Fantasticks
9. Any Wednesday
10. Don't Drink the Water
11. Cactus Flower
12. 1Barefoot in the Park (Dawn Wells)
13. You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running

1970
14. Wits End Revue
15. Black Comedy
16. The Owl and the Pussycat
17. There's a Girl in My Soup
18. A Girl Can Get Lucky (Imogene Coca and King Donovan)
19. Never Too Late (Don Defoe)
20. Blithe Spirit
21. Boeing, Boeing (Lyle Wagoner)
22. Pajama Tops (June Wilkinson)
23. And All the Girls Came Out to Play (Dennis Cole)
24. Tobacco Road (John Carridine, Keith Carridine, and Georgia Simmons)
25. I Do, I Do (Stephen Douglas)

1971
26. The Drunkard (Pia Zadora)
27. In One Bed, Out the Other (Mamie Van Doren)
28. Take My Wife (Milt Kammen)
29. Marriage Go Round (John Vyven)
30. Love is a Time of Day (Fabian Forte)
31. Norman, Is That You? (Robert Q. Lewis)
32. Play It Again, Sam
33. Plaza Suite (Imogene Coca and King Donovan)
34. What the Butler Saw
35. Sunday in New York (Meredith McRae)
36. Girl in the Freudian Slip (Don Ameche)

1972
37. Catch Me If You Can (James Drury)
38. Pleasure of His Company (Jonathan Harris)
39. Lullaby "on a Honeymoon" (Ann B. Davis)
40. Goodbye Charlie (Ruta Lee)
41. Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Frank Sulton)
42. 90 Day Mistress (Lara Parker)
43. 40 Carats (Vera Miles and Barbara Britton)
44. Once More with Feeling (Fanny Flagg)
45. Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter (Liv Linderland)
46. Butterflies are Free (Joan Caulfield)
47. Send Me No Flowers (Alan Sues)

1973
48. Lovers and Other Strangers
49. Born Yesterday (Betty Grable)*
50. Paisley Convertible (Bob Denver, Martin Kove, and Morgan Fairchild)
51. The Tender Trap (Tab Hunter)
52. Mary, Mary (Rosemary Pring)
53. Fallen Angels (Dorothy Lamour)
54. Seven Year Itch (Artie Johnson and Morgan Fairchild)
55. Beginners Luck (Bob Crane)
56. See How They Run (Mickey Rooney)
57. Tunnel of Love (Lori Lee Shaffer)
58. A Shot in the Dark (Monique Van Voorhon)
59. Perfect Set Up (Henry Gilson)

1974
60. Arsenic and Old Lace (Vivian Vance)
61. See How They Run (Mickey Rooney)
62. Best of Friends (Dana Andrews)
63. Any Wednesday (Parnell Roberts)
64. Cactus Flower (Hugh O’Brien, Veronica Hammell, and Pam Blair)
65. Paris is Out (Pat O’Brien)
66. Beginners Luck (Bob Crane)
67. Rms Rv Vu (George Hamilton)
68. Light Up the Sky (Kurt Kayner and Thelma Diamond)
69. Wake Up, Darling (Robert Reed)
70. How the Other Half Lives (Sal Mineo andMarjorie Lord)
71. Harvey (Gig Young)

1975
72. Ladies Night in a Turkish Bath
73. The Odd Couple
74. Tom Jones
75. Accommodations
76. Here Lies Jeremy Troy (Tab Hunter)
77. The Owl and the Pussycat (Sue Ann Langdon)
78. Come Blow Your Horn
79. Marriage Go Round (Pamela Mason)
80. Pajama Tops (June Wilkinson)
81. Natalie Needs a Nightie (Dwayne Hickman)
82. Red Dawg
83. Dracula
84. Under the Yum Yum Tree (Jack Kelley)
85. 90 Day Mistress (Sandra Dee)

1976
86. You Know I Can’t Hear You When the Water’s Running (Ray Walston)
87. Busybody (Nancy Culp)
88. Baggy Pants (Will B. Able)
89. Plaza Suite (Forrest Tucker)
90. Murder Among Friends (Jack Cassidy)
91. Nearlyweds (Esther Rolle)
92. Hotline to Heaven (Eddie Bracken)
93. Prisoner of Second Avenue (James Drury)
94. Pajama Tops (June Wilkinson)
95. French Dressing

1977
96. Gods’ Favorite (Jack Somack)
97. Funny Girl (Selma Diamond)
98. Mary, Mary (Judy Carne)
99. Everybody Loves Opal (Martha Raye)
100. A Dash of Spirits (Mamie Van Doren)
101. Hot Shot (Gene Barry)

1977 continued
102. Personal Appearance (Dorothy Lamour)
103. The Second Time Around (Brodrick Crawford)
104. Baggy Pants
105. Never Too Late (Gale Gordon)
106. South Pacific

1978
107. Play It Again, Sam (Robert Morse)
108. Hanky Panky (Richard Egan)
109. Who Wants Fat Hair? (Morey Amsterdam)
110. Kindling (Cyd Charisse)
111. The 90 Day Mistress (June Wilkinson)
112. The Dennis Day Show (Dennis Day and Mickey Shaughnessy)
113. Never Get Smart with an Angel (Cesar Romaro)
114. Guys and Dolls
115. Any Wednesday (Patty Weaver)
116. Fiddler on the Roof
117. 1Rue De L’Amour (Carol Baker)

1979
118. My Fair Lady
119. California Suite (James Drury)
120. Broken Up (Richard Egan)
121. I Do, I Do (Jon Raitt)
122. Same Time Next Year(Sandy Dennis)
123. The Sound of Music (Paige O’Hara)
124. Love and Kisses (Gale Gordon)
125. Kiss Me, Kate
126. The Impossible Years (Dennis James)

1980
127. Murder at the Howard Johnsons (Robert Morse)
128. The King and I
129. The Tender Trap (Martin Milner)
130. Annie Get Your Gun
131. Chapter Two (Jay Thomas)
132. Camelot
133. The Music Man
134. Marriage Go Round (Lee Meridith)
135. Peaches and Bananas
136. Lovers Leap (Gene Rayburn)

1981
137. Promises, Promises
138. Mister Roberts
139. Bell, Book, and Candle (Cyd Charisse)
140. West Side Story
141. Captain Outrageous (Forrest Tucker)
142. The Owl and the Pussycat (Bob Denver)
143. Tribute (Bill Daily)
144. Born Yesterday (Lauren Tewes)
145. Fiddler on the Roof
146. The Seven Year Itch (Joey Bishop)

1982
147. See How They Run (Jay Thomas)
148. Oklahoma!
149. Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Sid Cesar)
150. A Touch of Elvis (Ron Furr)
151. Rms Riv Vu (Elaine Joyce)
152. South Pacific
153. A Gentleman and a Scoundrel (Jay Thomas)
154. Boney Kern (Gary Burghoff)
155. The Sound of Music (Paige O’Hara)
156. My Three Angels (Imogene Coca)

1983
157. The Ron Furr Show
158. The Pirates of Penzance
159. Everybody Loves Opal (Martha Raye)
160. They’re Playing Our Song
161. Norman, Is That You? (Gordon Jump)
162. I Do, I Do
163. Arsenic and Old Lace (Randy Mantooth)
164. Annie
165. Where’s Charlie?

1984
166. Wits End Review
167. I Ought to Be in Pictures (Claude Atkins) (Director Tod Booth Sr.)
168. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
169. Wally’s Café (Robert Morse)
170. Elvis (Ron Furr)
171. Benchwarmers (Forrest Tucker)
172. Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1st show under Tod Booth)

1985
173. Godspell
174. Vanities
175. My Fair Lady
176. Company (Bobby the Bartender)
177. Oliver
178. Man of La Mancha
179. Christmas Carole

1986
180. Chorus Line
181. Grease
182. Painting Churches (Vera Miles)
183. Fiddler on the Roof
184. Oklahoma!
185. 1776

1987
186. Cabaret
187. Guys and Dolls
188. West Side Story
189. Music Man
190. South Pacific
191. Christmas Carole

1988
192. The Odd Couple
193. Sound of Music
194. Little Shop of Horrors
195. Bye Bye Birdie
196. Annie
197. Show Boat
198. Pump Boys and Dinettes

1989
199. The King and I
200. Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?
201. La Cage Aux Folles
202. The Wiz
203. The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
204. Christmas Carole

1990
205. Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?
206. Shenandoah
207. Ain’t Misbehavin’
208. Dames at Sea
209. Godspell
210. Love, Sex and the I.R.S.
211. Annie Get Your Gun
212. Christmas Carole

1991
213. Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really
214. Reflect Up?
215. Camelot
216. Me and My Girl
217. Nunsense
218. Little Shop of Horrors
219. Singing in the Rain
220. Christmas Carole

1992
221. Love, Sex and the I.R.S.
222. Fiddler on the Roof
223. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
224. Run for Your Wife
225. Plaza Suite
226. Gypsy
227. Christmas Carole

1993
228. Greater Tuna
229. My Fair Lady
230. Brighton Beach Memoirs
231. Biloxi Blues
232. Broadway Bound
233. Hello Dolly
234. Phantom
235. Christmas Carole (Was performed this year at the Civic Auditorium)

1994
236. Chorus Line
237. Man of La Mancha
238. Don’t Dress for Dinner
239. Steel Magnolias
240. Big River Oct – Dec 4
241. Christmas Carole

1995
242. Phantom
243. Oklahoma! Feb 2– April 30
244. The Foreigner May – June 18
245. Breaking Legs (Frank Gorshin) June – Aug 6
246. Lend Me a Tenor Aug – Sept 24
247. South Pacific Sept 2– Dec. 3
248. Christmas Carole Dec. – Dec 24

1996
249. Annie Dec. 2– Feb. 25
250. Guys and Dolls Feb 2– April 21
251. The Nerd April 2– June 9
252. The Odd Couple June 1– July 28
253. Turn of the Worm July – Sept 15
254. The Sound of Music Sept 1– Nov. 24
255. Christmas Carole Nov. 26 – Dec. 24

1997
256. Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? Jan 2– Feb 23
257. Shenandoah Feb 2– April 30
258. Arsenic and Old Lace May – June 1
259. Smoke and Mirrors June – July 20
260. Barefoot in the Park (Leanza Cornett) July 2– Sept 7
261. The Music Man Sept – Nov 23
262. Christmas Carole Nov 25 – Dec 24

1998
263. Fiddler on the Roof
264. Some Like It Hot
265. The Fantasticks
266. You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
267. Forever Plaid
268. Camelot Sept – Nov 15
269. Christmas Carole Nov 21 – Dec 24

1999
270. Singing in the Rain Dec 29 – Feb 28
271. 1776 March 3 – April 25
272. Little Shop of Horrors April 28 – June 6
273. Love, Sex, and the I.R.S June8 – July 25
274. Ain’t Misbehavin’ July 28 – Sept 12
275. Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Sept 15 – Nov 14
276. Christmas Carole Nov 16 – Dec 24

2000
277. Forever Plaid
278. Grease Feb2 – March 26
279. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat March 29 – May 21
280. The Four Bills (World Premiere) May 24 – July 02
281. Steel Magnolias July5 – Aug 13
282. A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline (Gail Bliss) Aug 16 – Sept 24
283. My Fair Lady Sept 27 – Nov 19
284. Christmas Carole Nov 22 – Dec 24

2001
285. A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline (Gail Bliss) Dec 28 – Feb 3
286. Me and My Girl Feb 6 – March 31
287. West Side Story April3 – May 26
288. The Odd Couple (Female version) May 29 – June 30
289. The Wizard of Oz July5 – Aug 11
290. Pump Boys and Dinettes Aug 14 – Sept 15
291. The King and I Sept 18 – Nov 17
292. Christmas Carole Nov. 19 – Dec 24

2002
293. Grease Dec 27 – Feb 3
294. Jekyll and Hyde Feb 5 – March 30
295. La Cage Aux Folles April2 – May 25
296. The Foreigner May 28 – July 6
297. Annie July 9 – Aug 17
298. Smokey Joe’s Café Aug20 – Sept 28
299. Man of La Mancha Oct 1 – Nov 23
300. An Evening with Nashville Recording Artist Gail Bliss Nov 26 – Dec 1
301. Christmas Carole Dec 3 – Dec 24

2003
302. Smokey Joe's Café Dec 28 – Feb 1
303. Fiddler on the Roof Feb 4 –April 5
304. Guys and Dolls April 8 – May 31
305. Brighton Beach Memoirs June 3 – July 5
306. The Sound of Music July 8 – Aug 30
307. Don’t Dress for Dinner Sept 2– Oct 4
308. South Pacific Oct 7 – Nov 29
309. Christmas Carole Dec 2 – Dec 24

2004
310. A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline (w Gail Bliss) Dec 29– Jan 17
311. Phantom Jan 27 – March 27
312. Damn Yankees March 30 – May 22
313. Lost in Yonkers May 25 – June 26
314. Footloose June 29 – Aug. 21
315. My Way Aug. 24 – Oct. 2
316. Showboat Oct 5 – Nov. 27
317. Christmas Carole Nov 30 – Dec. 24

2005
318. Beatlemania Again Dec. 28 – Feb. 5
319. Cabaret Feb 9 – March 27
320. Sweet Charity March 30– May1
321. The Sunshine Boys (Bernie Kopell) May 18 – June 19
322. Cinderella June 22 – Aug 23
323. Ain’t Misbehavin’ Aug10 – Sept 4
324. Black Patent Leather Shoes Sept 7 – Oct 9
325. Gypsy Oct 12 – Nov 27
326. Christmas Carole Nov. 29 – Dec 24

2006
327. Hank and My Honky Tonk Heroes Dec. 27– Jan. 22
328. Almost ABBA Jan. 23– Feb. 5
329. Hank and My Honky Tonk Heroes Feb. 7 – Feb. 19
330. Hello Dolly Feb. 22 – April 16
331. Barefoot in the Park April 19 – May 21
332. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast May 24 – July 16
333. Love, Sex and the I.R.S. July 19 – Aug. 20
334. Dreamgirls Aug. 23 – Oct. 1
335. Oklahoma Oct.4 – Nov. 26
336. Christmas Carole Nov.28 – Dec 24

2007
337. Hank and My Honky Tonk Heroes Dec. 29 – Feb. 4
338. Shenandoah Feb7 – April 1
339. Grease April4 – May 27
340. The Wizard of Oz May30 – July 22
341. Smokey Joe's Café July 25 –Sept.2
342. Steel Magnolias Sept.5 – Oct. 7
343. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Oct.10 – Nov 25
344. Christmas Carole Nov. 30 – Dec. 24

2008
345. Breaking Up is Hard to Do Dec. 29 – Feb. 10
346. Company Feb. 13 – April 6
347. Jesus Christ Superstar April 9 – June 1
348. The Sound of Music` June 4 – July 27
349. Little Shop of Horrors July 30 – Aug. 31
350. Moon Over Buffalo Sept. 3 – Oct. 5
351. All Shook Up Oct. 8 – Nov. 30
352. Christmas Carole Dec. 2 – Dec. 24
353. Mama Mia!.. It's Almost ABBA Dec. 26 – Dec. 31

2009
354. A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline Jan. 6 – Feb. 15
355. Singing in the Rain Feb. 18 – April 5
356. Footloose April 8 – May 31
357. Annie June 3 – July 26
358. Forever Plaid July 29 – Aug. 30
Theatre closed for 4 Months
359. Christmas Carole Dec 4 – Dec 24

2010
360. High School Musical Dec 30 – March 7
361. 42nd Street March 10 – April 25
362. The Foreigner April 28 – June 13
363. Cinderella June 16 – Aug 8
364. Amorous Crossing Aug 11 – Sept 5
365. The Wedding Singer Sept 8 – Oct 10
366. The King and I Oct. 13 – Nov 28
367. It’s a Wonderful Life Dec 1 – Dec 24

2011
367. A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline Jan 18 – Feb 14
368. Hairspray Feb 17 – April 3
369. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers April 6 – May 22
370. The Odd Couple (Barry Williams) May 25 – June 19
371. Willy Wonka June 22 – Aug 7
372. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Aug 10 – Sept 18
373. Lend Me a Tenor (Jamie Farr) Sept 21 – Oct 16
374. My Fair Lady Oct 19 – Nov 27
375. Christmas Carole Nov 30 – Dec 24

2012
376. Nunsense Dec. 30– February 5
377. A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline Feb. 8– February 26
378. Hello Dolly (Sally Struthers) Feb. 29 – April 8
379. The Buddy Holly Story April 11 – June 3
380. The Wizard of Oz June 6 – July 22
381. Hank and the Honky Tonk Heroes July 25 – August 19
382. Remember Me (Joyce DeWitt) Sept 5 – Oct 7
383. Phantom Oct.10 – Nov. 25
384. White Christmas Nov 28 – Dec 24

2013
385.Ring of Fire Dec 28 – Feb 3
386. Driving Miss Daisy(Michael Learned) Feb 6 – March 17
387.Crazy for You March 20 – May 5
388.Murder Among Friends(Loretta Swit) May 8 – June 9
389.Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - June 12 – Aug 4
390.Dixie Swim Club Aug 7 – Sept 15
391.Weekend Comedy (Cindy Williams) Sept 18 – Oct 20
392.South Pacific Oct 23 – Dec 1
393.Christmas Carole



 

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