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.
Father & son perform in Jacksonville on the same night but on different stages Father, Justin Murphy leads in Alhambra’s “Jekyll & Hyde” Son, Trey Murphy, stars in “A Bronx Tale” at Times Union Center (Jacksonville, FL) – 11-year-old Jacksonville native Trey Murphy returns home as Young Calogero in the Broadway National Tour of A […]
Story by JENNIFER MELVILLE In every heart is a delicate dichotomy of good versus evil. This inner tension has inspired art and literature for ages. Robert Louis Stevenson’s 1886 gothic novella, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, took the metaphorical struggle and made it literal. It’s the tale of two men trapped in one body. […]
By David Vandygriff As the Halloween season is upon us, we find Jekyll & Hyde a wonderful addition to the good versus evil to add to this spooky season. Jekyll & Hyde is a tale of two men – one, a doctor, passionate and romantic; the other, a terrifying madman – and two women – […]