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Don’t touch that dial.
Don’t call them the Osmonds.
Here’s who won.
He gives all his cultures a voice.
The goal: Show a side of Alaska that’s not bush people.
Anything is eight-part harmony if you’re brave enough
Perseverance Theatre tells two stories separated by centuries.
Tekla Waterfield’s “The Curtain Falls” pleasantly defies categorization without being wildly experimental. The latest album from the Seattle singer-songwriter and former Harborview Elementary and Marie… Continue reading
New choreography and costumes for “The Nutcracker.”
“The Princess Sophia” is nearly ready for its maiden voyage. The opera named for the ill-fated ship makes its world premiere 8 p.m. Thursday in… Continue reading
An eight-week open mic and art series is beginning Wednesday at the Rookery downtown. The series, called Mountainside Open Mic and Art Jam, invites people… Continue reading
The exhibit plays on the theme of teacher-student, expressed through painting, printmaking and handmade paper collage.
Seven contestants compete in Juneau Lyric Opera’s “Who’s Your Diva?” at Centennial Hall on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. Contact Staff Photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262… Continue reading
“Same” will be different. The show, which is subtitled “Local stories of gender-based violence” and planned for 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Perseverance Theatre, is… Continue reading
Heather Mitchell and Karen Allen knew “Matilda” would be perfect for Theater at Latitude 58’s teen and tween actors. But there was a sizable obstacle:… Continue reading
With summer winding down, Perseverance Theatre is ramping up for its 40th season. Rehearsals have started for “Our Town,”which will start off the season and… Continue reading
The nudity is almost an afterthought. Cameron Brockett and Taylor Vidic, two Juneau locals who are co-producers and performers for the Nude & Rude Revue… Continue reading
Capital City Weekly news briefs for Sept. 12-18, 2018.
Pictures from First Friday around downtown Juneau on Sept. 7, 2018.
Already a well known name in Southeast Alaska and in Alaska Native artwork, Tlingit Master Carver Wayne Price is preparing to pass on his knowledge… Continue reading