Grammy®-nominated Singer/Songwriter Shawn Mullins is touring North America to promote My Stupid Heart, his new album, and is making a stop at the Alhambra for an intimate live performance. Originally from Clarkston, GA, Mullins’ critical breakthrough came in 1998 when his song “Lullaby,” from the album Soul’s Core, became a radio and video hit. Also from Soul’s Core, “All in My Head,” was featured on the hit television sitcom Scrubs. Another hit single, “Shimmer,” was included on the soundtrack for the TV show Dawson’s Creek.
A limited amount of VIP seats, which include a pre-show meet and greet, seats at the stage-side tables and an autographed poster, are available for $75. Regular ticket price ($40) includes the show and parking. Food will be sold a la carte with a full bar and cocktail servers throughout the evening.
Doors Open at 7:00 pm
Show Begins at 8:00 pm
Opening Act – Local Singer/Songwriter Allie Rohrer
Allie Rohrer is a 15-year-old singer songwriter from Jacksonville, Florida. Allie, along with her band, were the 2016 winners of The Jacksonville Teen Battle of the Bands. She and her band were also chosen by the North Florida Blues Society to represent Jacksonville in the youth band division at this year’s International Blues Competition. For the Alhambra performance, she will be accompanied by her brother Adam who is a music student at Jacksonville University.
Morgan Fairchild has been a working professional actress since 1973, when she appeared in four shows at what is now the Alhambra Theatre & Dining, then moved to New York and landed a role on the CBS soap opera “Search for Tomorrow.” She’s stayed busy ever since, appearing in 150 movies and TV shows. So you […]
BY KATE MILLER APRIL 21, 2017 1:38 PM Actress Morgan Fairchild is as glamorous as ever on a Saturday afternoon at the New Theatre’s rehearsal space near downtown. Many actors routinely roll up to rehearsal in athletic clothes, but Fairchild, who grew up a product of old Hollywood, is dolled up in her signature flowing […]
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, […]