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.
This production has been rated PG-13 for some adult innuendo.
Stage version of ‘60s film features incredible flying car “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” is running at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining through July 29. By Samantha Logue Steven Spielberg may have been wrong about flying cars being a commodity by 2015, but the Alhambra Theatre & Dining certainly doesn’t seem to have received the memo. […]
To celebrate 50 years one of the world’s favorite films, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang the musical of the same name will open June 13, 2018 at the iconic Alhambra Theatre & Dining. Audiences of all ages will be flying high with the show’s mixture of madness, intrigue and exuberance. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will take […]
The cast of the Alhambra’s new show, “A Fox on the Fairway.” Top row left to right: Craig Benton and Timothy Ellis. Miiddle row left to right: Becky Baxter, Lisa Valdini, Brittany Bennett. Bottom row: Ryan Borses. Ken Ludwig is a playwright whose first two shows, the 1989 farce “Lend Me a Tenor” and […]