Theatre in the Rough will open their spring production, "The Life of King Henry V," on Friday March 6, at McPhetres Hall in Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
The Alaska State Council on the Arts and the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council will host the state finals for Poetry Out Loud, a national high-school recitation contest, at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10, at 360 North at the KTOO Building.
Many times I have said I eat my emotions. By this I don't mean that I eat a pint of mint chocolate chip ice cream because I'm sad. I actually eat food that evokes great memories for me. For example, a couple of weeks ago, I shared a recipe that my mom makes for me whenever I go visit her. I quite often share recipes that are a tribute to something wonderful I had in a restaurant here or while on my travels.
This month's art openings include the annual 12x12 Community Exhibit at the Juneau Douglas City Museum, the grand opening of Heritage Coffee's new location on Front Street featuring work by Anchorage artist Kate Sevigny, a fairy tale themed photo booth at Kindred Post, and a jewelry demonstration by Jerrod Galanin at Trickster. Read on for details.
Perseverance Theatre will open the Tony Award-winning play "The Odd Couple," by Neil Simon, on March 6. Simon's 1965 comedy provided the basis for the popular TV show of the same name, starring Tony Randall and Jack Klugman. It tells the story of two divorced men with very different personal habits who live together in Manhattan.
"There's a lot of them - the artists. Ray Troll and David Rubin (among others.) They all live in Ketchikan. They do a lot to keep the scene alive. And the Folk Fest people, like Bob Banghart. A lot of people don't know who they are. I'm for the underdogs.
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