Chef DeJuan Roy, Executive Chef for the Alhambra Theater and Dining has some mouth-watering dishes. He has created a menu for “Weekend Comedy” that is consistent with the show’s ‘Rustic Catskill Mountain Foods’ theme which is plated and served to your table. Take a look at the “LIST” photos and see what you’re missing if you don’t attend the show from September 18 through October 20, 2013.
About the Show: Two couples – one in their 50s and one in their 20s – have booked the same Catskills cabin for Memorial Day weekend. After talking it over the two couples decide to share the one-bedroom, one-bathroom cabin for that weekend - and things just happen.
About the Theater: The Alhambra Theatre & Dining is the nation’s longest continuously operating professional dinner theater and the only professional resident theater between Atlanta and Miami. Opened in 1967, The Alhambra has hosted legends such as Tony Curtis, Claude Aiken, Sid Cesar and Cesar Romero, and, recently, Michael Learned, Lance Nichols, Sally Struthers, Barry Williams, Loretta Swit and Jamie Farr. The Alhambra was the place of Betty Grable’s final acting role. In November 2009, the Alhambra was purchased by Theatre Partners, LLC, headed by Jacksonville entrepreneur and Alhambra patron, Craig Smith as a way to give back to Jacksonville and preserve what he believes is one of its cultural jewels.