“Frida," opening this week, tells the story of the artist’s surreal life, set to elements of tango, zarzuela, Mexican folk songs, ragtime, vaudeville, ’30s jazz, and hints of Wagner, Tchaikovsky.
If you’re sick of the sight of your own four walls, have a look at some of your options.
Theater review: Part fever dream, part glitzy revue, part European carnival, the show will continue through Sunday at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts.
There will be acrobatics, singing, dancing, circus acts and a nonstop onslaught of seasonal and holiday imagery.
“Disney’s The Little Mermaid” is a story that appeals to some of our deepest hopes and fears. This stage version is best enjoyed by older kids (and adults).
Here’s the real question, though: How do they swim?
From “The Little Mermaid” to “Constance & Sinestra and the Cabinet of Screams,” there’s a mix of new and familiar productions coming to town.
Indulge your inner child, or bring your own kids, and have fun. We couldn’t possibly list everything that’s going on, but here’s our A-to-Z list to get you started.
As usual, the ensemble ran a tightly-paced, vaudeville-style mix of song, dance, slide shows (with just three bare backsides this time) and what Whitekeys calls “snotty political humor.”
Jill Bess, whose experience as a mother informed “Mommy Dance," wrote “The Old Woman Who Lost Her Voice” after she developed trismus -- and literally couldn’t speak for about months.
Since the mid-1980s, his Anchorage musical revues have celebrated Spam, duct tape, snow, moose nuggets, small planes and the sheer cussedness of the Last Frontier.
The Newsboys Strike of 1899 is the inspiration for “Disney’s Newsies: The Musical,” opening at the Glenn Massay Theater in Palmer.
Cyrano’s is putting on a holiday production based on a character from Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice.”
A touring company will perform the Tony Award-winning musical a dozen times in Anchorage this month.
Sometimes life throws curveballs right when we’re at our most financially vulnerable. But as adults, it’s up to us to deal - and the Permanent Fund dividend is a good way to start to be prepared.