Valley Performing Arts’ South Pacific02/28/15
It's winter and the thoughts of all Alaskans go to visiting the tropics, and Valley Performing Arts is bringing to the stage Rogers and Hammerstein's classic musical South Pacific. But not all is as simple as "washing that man right outta my hair"....
Spirit–The 7th Fire of Alaska
If collaboration is the common denominator of all performing arts, Spirit--The 7th Fire of Alaska is the ubber-collaboration as it brings together people from Alaska Dance Theatre, Alaska Native Heritage Center, Theatre Artists United, Alaska...
Perseverance Theatre’s The Mountaintop
Michael Flood and Liz Morgan from Katori Hall's 2010 Olivia Award winning drama about a chance meeting between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a mysterious hotel maid on the night before King's assassination come byStage Talk this week. Tune in to hear...
Synesthesia Artist Collective’s Flowers for Algernon
What happens when a man wants to be "normal"? What exactly is "normal" and what happens to Charley when science steps in to change his life? Tune in to Stage Talk this week to hear director Teresa Pond and "Charley", actor Jaron Carlson as they talk...
ACT’s Crimes of the Heart
Director Rebecca Casselman and Kimberly Allely who plays "Babe" from Anchorage Community Theatre's presentation of the Pulitzer Prize winning play by Beth Henley, Crimes of the Heart drop by the studio this week to engage in a stimulating conversation...
West High and Anchorage Opera’s co-production of two Holocaust shows
West High School and Anchorage Opera have come together to produce two moving productions that have one thing in common: Theresienstadt Concentration Camp in Czechoslovakia during WWII. Join Director Dave Block and actors Suparat Prasannet and Luke...
Momentum Dance Collective’s Breaking Ground
Momentum Dance Collective's Ariel Graham and Becky Kendall drop by the studio to talk about their upcoming production of Breaking Ground performing January 17th at the Alaska Dance Theatre as well as to chat about dance opportunities in Anchorage and...
Cyrano’s The Ice-Breaker
Two of Anchorage's finest actors join together in the two-person play about love and science, David Rambo's The Ice-Breaker, opening at Cyrano's Theatre Company on January 9th and running until February 1st. Join Mark Robokoff and Sarah Baird and they...
Perseverance’s A Christmas Carol
Local playwright Arlitia Jones working in collaboration with director Michael Haney has come up with a new and exciting version of Dickens' classic holiday tale A Christmas Carol. Actor Jamie Nelson, who plays Bob Cratchit and Josh Lowman of...
ACT’s Christmas Belles
Join Director Don Gomes and Actor Sarah Weaver as they talk about Anchorage Community Theatre putting on a play about a group trying their "bless their little hearts" best to put on a Christmas pageant. The results are almost disasterous. For the poor...
AFAA’s The Little Town of Christmas
Let's go on a trip to... oh say, The Little Town of Christmas as produced by The Alaska Fine Arts Academy. But first, let's hear from out trip advisors, Director Renee Chumley and Actor Betty Burke this week on Stage Talk. KSKA: Friday, Dec. 5, at...
VPA’s The Story of the Velveteen Rabbit
Valley Performing Arts brings to the stage a musical version of the classic tale of a child's favorite toy, The Story of the Velveteen Rabbit from the story by Margery Williams adapted by Anita Larsen with music and lyrics by Bill Francoeur opening...
Cyrano’s Alexander… just go back to bed
The popular children's story of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day comes to the Cyrano's Theatre Company stage in a musical version by Judith Viorst and Shelly Markham. Nathan M. Swan (Alexander) doesn't get as far as...
UAA’s Twelfth Night, or What You Will
UAA Department of Theatre and Dance's scenic designer Daniel Carlgren is thinking globally and acting locally with his set for Shakespeare's comedy, Twelfth Night, or What You Will opening Nov. 21 and running through Dec. 7 on the UAA Theatre Main...
‘night Mother at APU
RKP Productions in collaboration with Anchorage Community Theatre are bringing to the Alaska Pacific University E. R. Brown Auditorium (Grant Hall Theatre) the riviting drama of a mother and daughter dealing with the daughter's dramatic and impending...
Anchorage Opera presents Madame Butterfly
As its season premier, Anchorage Opera is presenting one of the most produced operas worldwide in Giacomo Puccini's Madame Butterfly. Also making a premier, of sorts, is new General Director of AO, Reed Smith. Join both Reed as he talks about joining...
Perseverance Theatre’s ‘An Illiad’
At its core, theatre is storytelling and in Lisa Peterson and Denis O'Hare's re-telling of Homer's The Illiad as An Illiad a poet appears in an empty theatre to tell a story about sacrifice, war and the rage of mankind. Bostin Christopher, as The...
VPA’s The Canterville Ghost
It's almost Halloween and so why not go visit a haunted house with a ghost that's well... a little frustrated that no one takes him seriously!Valley Performing Arts is presenting the John Vreeke stage adaptation of the Oscar Wilde short story,The...
Cyrano’s presents Ibsen’s ‘Hedda Gabler’
One of drama's most complex and powerful women comes to the stage as Cyrano's Theatre Company presents Henrik Ibsen'sHedda Gablerin a new translation by Jon Robin Baitzopening October 10th and running through November 2nd. Annia Wyndam who plays the...
ACT presents ‘Bell, Book and Candle’
It's that time of year when witches come out... on stage? Well they do if the play isJohn Van Druten'sBell, Book and Candlebeing presented by Anchorage Community Theatre opening October 10th and running through November 2nd. Director David Flavin and...
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