From the Apollo Theatre to the Las Vegas Hilton, to international acclaim, DreamGirls follows the development, conflicts and eventual breakup of the three-member female singing group called, “The Dreams.” The parallels to the story of “The Supremes” are obvious. The music is period, the characters are similar and the conflicts are as real and powerful as the stories you have heard. You will laugh and cry at the price of fame and its effect on all involved.
Arts Notes: Alhambra set to throw a 50th birthday party Posted December 4, 2017 12:08 pm By Charlie Patton Craig Smith, managing partner, and Tod Booth, artistic director of the Alhambra Theatre & Dining, recreate a photo taken in 1967, of Ted Johnson, managing partner, and George Ballis, artistic director, of the soon-to-open Alhambra Dinner Theatre. […]
Posted October 12, 2017 03:02 pm Jacksonville.com By Charlie Patton The ghoulish Addams Family first appeared in a one-panel cartoon Charles Addams drew for the New Yorker in 1938. That eventually led to television’s “The Addams Family,” which ran for two seasons on ABC 1964-1966. Many subsequent TV appearances, some live action, others animated, followed. Finally, […]