We are now @PTAlaska on Twitter! We’ve changed our Twitter handle. Less characters, easier to remember, and totally sharable! Please note we are now @PTAlaska! — Perseverance Theatre (@PTAlaska) June 21, 2014
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Slideshow | Boeing Boeing | Juneau Empire – Alaska’s Capital City Online Newspaper. THANK YOU MICHAEL PENN!
Article from the Juneau Empire: Perseverance Theatre presents WriteOn, an evening of student-written, one-act plays | Juneau Empire – Alaska’s Capital City Online Newspaper.
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Summer is upon us and it means another summer to train in Alaska with amazing teachers. This year, we will also be workshoping new plays at the same time as the training. Find out more –>
[box type=”info”] The Internship Deadline for Summer 2014 & the 2014-2015 season has passed. No further applications will be accepted. Please check back in early 2015 for the next season. Thank You![/box]
From the Juneau Empire: [box] Hot “Tin Roof” heads to Anchorage April 11 If you missed the Juneau run of Perseverance Theatre’s “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” and you’re planning on being in Anchorage in April, I highly recommend you catch the production at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts. This is a standout show, anchored by riveting …
“If you’re among the Daily News readers who gets a grin from the daily “Bliss” panel on the comics page, you’ll probably enjoy “God of Carnage” mightily. The Tony Award-winning play, now being presented at Sydney Laurence Theatre by Perseverance Theatre, brims with acid wit and sarcastic insight as playwright Yasmina Reza peels away the veneer of social convention to …
JUNEAU EMPIRE, November 7, 2013 “It’s been a while since Anita Maynard-Losh has directed a play at Perseverance Theatre; 2004’s Tlingit “Macbeth” was her last local production before she moved to Washington, D.C., later that year. But in terms of her lasting influence on the theater and the Juneau community, she’s never really left.” See the Juneau Empire article for …