Erin Tripp, born and raised in Juneau, plays the protagonist in Perseverance Theatre’s 41st season-opener “Devilfish.” Juneau theater fans might recognize her from “Whale Song” and “Our Voices Will Be Heard” among other plays, too. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Erin Tripp, born and raised in Juneau, plays the protagonist in Perseverance Theatre’s 41st season-opener “Devilfish.” Juneau theater fans might recognize her from “Whale Song” and “Our Voices Will Be Heard” among other plays, too. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

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