A childhood friendship that begins with birthday thank-you notes and summer camp postcards blossoms into the love story of Andy and Melissa. For the next 50 years, they continue to exchange letters and pour their hearts out to one another through personal triumphs and despair, wars and marriages, children and careers. This story, nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, is a tender examination of the shared nostalgia and deep closeness of a life-long friendship.
Dick Kerekes & Leisla Sansom September 25, 2019 Dual Critics Jacksonville’s Alhambra Theatre & Dining opened Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs on September 18, which runs through October 13, 2019. The theatre is located at 12000 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville, Florida. Visit alhambrajax.com or call 904-641-1212 for reservations. After this comedy with heart opened on Broadway in 1983, Matthew Broderick […]
Posted Thursday, August 22, 2019 By Paris Moulden It’s been over a week and no matter what I do, I still can’t get ABBA’s “Dancing Queen” out of my head. Maybe it’s because it’s such a catchy tune, or because of the fun time the audience had during the renditions of “Dancing Queen” at the Alhambra Theatre […]
August 19, 2019 By Martie Thompson If you’re looking for a joyous trip down pop music memory lane, Alhambra’s production of “Mamma Mia” is for you. But a friendly warning: You will find yourself singing along (with everyone else in the audience) to this clever comedy that finds a way to utilize the ABBA songbook […]