Anchorage Opera’s Production Of The Sound Of Music
Members of the Anchorage Opera discuss one of the most beloved musicals of all time, The Sound of Music. This production marks the final presentation of the Opera’s 50th anniversary season. KSKA: Friday, 3/16 at 2:45pm
The Wizard of Oz
Valley Performing Arts in Wasilla wants the audience to feel like they’ve stepped into the classic movie The Wizard of Oz when they come see their live production. Director Larry Bottjen has assembled over 50 cast members, a live orchestra, a dog named Toto and even a melting witch to recreate the world where Dorothy and her new friends come upon adventure after adventure. KSKA: Friday. 3/9 at 2:45pm
A funny and moving evening of theatre about the healing power of friendship by Pulitzer prize and Tony Award winning playwright and member of the famed Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago. As fresh and tasty as a donut right out of the oven! KSKA: Friday, 2/24 at 2:45pm
How To Make Love Like an Alaskan
Friday, July 29 at 2:45 pm If you haven't seen How to Make Love Like an Alaskan in Talkeetna yet, less than 20 shows remain until the laugh-out-loud, improv, sketch concludes its run at the end of August. Director, Nick Condon and actress, Sandra White share scenes from the romantic comedy about love and relationships in the Last Frontier this week on Stage Talk.
The 39 Steps
Friday, July 22 at 2:45 pm Based on the classic 1935 Alfred Hitchcock movie, Alaska Community Theatre in partnership with Midnight Sun Theatre presents The 39 Steps through July 30. This week on Stage Talk, meet actor Alex Lannin who plays over 30 characters in the play and director, David Block.
Stories at the Cemetery
Friday, July 15 at 2:45 pm The spirits of Russian Jack, Syndney Laurence and other memorable Anchorage area pioneers will return to their grave sites in downtown Anchorage for Stories at the Cemetery this Friday night. Tour organizers Linda Benson and Audrey Kelly join host Jean Paal this week on Stage Talk.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Friday, July 8 at 2:45 pm Opening at Out North in Anchorage on July 8, Leo Grimberg stars as Hedwig telling his life story through concerts and David Bowie music. Director, John Minton joins Leo in the studio this week to talk about the actor director partnership and preparing for the show at Out North.
The Sleeping Beauty
July 1 at 2:45 pm Join us on Stage Talk this week as we speak with director Joe King and actress Joan Hamilton about the Alaska Fine Arts Academy's production of The Sleeping Beauty.
Last Frontier Theater Conference in Valdez
Friday June 10 at 2:45 pm Playwrights, actors, directors, technical engineers, and theater aficionados will soon be flocking to Valdez, Alaska tor the 19th Annual Last Frontier Theater Conference.