Egotistical leading man, director and producer Fred Graham is reunited with his ex-wife when the two are forced to play opposite one another in a new production of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew. The battle of the sexes continues onstage and off, as it becomes clear, that as much as this couple professes to hate each other, they are also still in love.
Throw in a number of cases of mistaken identity, the mob, and comedic routines into the mix and you get a dazzling Broadway classic that earned the very first Tony award for Best Musical.
Dick Kerekes & Leisla Sansom, A Dual Critics Review April 2, 2018 The Alhambra Theatre & Dining has been rocking March 28 — April 1, 2018, with “That’ll Be The Day — A Tribute to Buddy Holly and the Crickets” with Todd Meredith and The Rave-Ons. The production was a two-hour journey down a memory lane […]
By Charlie Patton Feb 20, 2018 In 1982, playwright/lyricist Howard Ashman and composer Alan Menkin decided to create a musical comedy based on director Roger Corman’s 1960 movie about a plant with a taste for human flesh. It was the second collaboration between the two, who would go on to launch Disney into the animated musical business […]
Dick Kerekes & Leisla Sansom February 19, 2018 The Alhambra Theatre opened the 2nd show of its 51st season with the classic “Little Shop of Horrors” the l982 Off-Broadway musical by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken which in turn was base on Roger Corman’s l960 movie. It has remained very popular over the years after […]