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.
Coming full circle with Jennifer Medure, who plays Grace in “Annie” Often in life we go the full circle. When I was 7 years old, my mother treated me to my first theatrical experience at what was then the Alhambra Dinner Theatre. I remember very clearly being captivated by the spectacle of the singing, dancing, […]
Dawn Wells, probably best known for playing Mary Ann Summers on the CBS sitcom “Gilligan’s Island,” is headlining the cast of “Steel Magnolias” at Alhambra Theatre & Dining. For a long time after production ended on “Gilligan’s Island,” Dawn Wells hoped to change her image as the sweet, pretty “perfect ingenue.” “I was always trying […]
Linzy Lauren, Mandi Jo John and Alexis Tidwell perform as the group The Dreams in “Dreamgirls,” now playing at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining. (Provided by Alhambra Theatre & Dining) Linzy Lauren, Mandi Jo John and Alexis Tidwell perform as the group The Dreams in “Dreamgirls,” now playing at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining. (Provided […]