The Winter Bear in Anchorage

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Get Tickets RED DOG MINE presents Perseverance Theatre’s production of The Winter Bear A PLAY BY ANNE HANLEY Inspired by the life of Koyukon Athabascan elder Sidney Huntington Sunday, April 15 and Monday April 16 at 7:00 pm

Young Company to perform Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology

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Tales from the Nine Worlds: Selections from Neil Gaiman’s NORSE MYTHOLOGY  Adapted and directed by Julie York Coppens  Odin and Thor, Loki and Idun — the colorful gods and goddesses of Asgard, and the motley creatures they like to mess with, have always held a special fascination for master storyteller Neil Gaiman (Neverwhere, Coraline, American Gods). His latest book, just …

Love Poetry Slam

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Perseverance Theatre and 49th State Brewing Co. Present Poetry Slam – The Love Sessions Wednesday April 18th, 2018 – Door at 6pm, Slam at 7pm. at the 49th State Brewing Co. @ 3rd and G. Master of Ceremony – Trey Parker Guest Judges Shyanne Beatty – Alaska Native Heritage Center Don Megga – radio host Daryl Schaff – theatre personality …

Spring Break Camps 2018

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Spring Break Onstage – Classes for Young Theatre Artists March 19-23 in Juneau March 12-16 in Anchorage Creative Dramatics, ages 6-10 9:30am – 11:30am Develop new acting skills in this lively class with theatre exercises and creative play. Improvisation, ages 9-14 9:30am – 11:30am Learn the basics of theatre improvisation and the art of thinking quickly on your feet. Performance …

2018 Travel Raffle

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Prize List for the 34th Annual Travel Raffle This travel raffle is a fundraiser to benefit Perseverance Theatre. The drawing will be held Monday, June 11, 2018 at Perseverance Theatre in Douglas, Alaska. You need not be present to win. The chances of winning a prize are approximately 1:160, based on the sale of 4000 tickets. Tickets are $10 each.  …

The 5th Alaska One-Minute Play Festival

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The One-Minute Play Festival (#1MPF) and Perseverance Theatre present THE 5th ANNUAL ALASKA ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY: SUNDAY MARCH 4TH, & MONDAY MARCH 5th 2018  AT 8:00pm AT: THE ALASKA CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 621 West 6th Ave Anchorage, AK 99501 Tickets are $22.25 ($16 + 6.25 ticketing fees) and available for purchase online at 907-263-ARTS, …

Give the Gift of Perseverance Theatre this Season

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Give the gift of theatre this holiday season! If you have a theatre-lover in your life we have wonderful, easy to give, and perfect last-minute gifts you can share! We now have TWO  holiday gift cards you can print out if you’re buying your gift online and would like to have a festive way to share your gift of theatre. …

Dreaming Glacier Bay – A new play by Joel Bennett – Opens Oct 27

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Dreaming Glacier Bay by Joel Bennett A True Story With Mystery at its Heart JUNEAU, AK — What draws 1920s movie star John Barrymore to sail his ship into the wilderness of Glacier Bay? Who is the couple he keeps returning to visit, and how are their lives intertwined? Dreaming Glacier Bay is a new play based on true events by Juneau playwright Joel Bennett. — See Dreaming …

The Complete Works of Shakespeare: Abridged

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The Black Box Series Presents: The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) Play by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield Directed by Joseph Biagini With Bryan Crowder, DeAndre King, Genevieve Wiley, Rochelle Smallwood, and Evgeniya Golofeeva PAY-AS-YOU-CAN at Perseverance Theatre, Shows October 19th-22nd, 7:30pm Thur-Sat, 4pm Sunday Matinee Synopsis: All 37 plays in 97 minutes! Madcap actors weave their wicked …

Celebrating Indigenous People’s Day

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Dear Theatre Friends, Earlier this year, Gov. Walker signed a law recognizing the second Monday of October as Indigenous People’s Day. This was a holiday formerly recognized as Columbus Day, which Perseverance Theatre has not taken as a recognized holiday because we felt it was not respectful to the indigenous people of our land to do so. In light of …