Ketchikan Plays & Performances

Prepare to be entertained by Ketchikan’s dynamic plays and performances, which showcase the talents of local artists. Immerse yourself in the creativity of the community and enjoy an authentic Alaskan show that gives you a glimpse into the region’s history.

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Plays & Performances

Offer­ing up sev­er­al shows a year, First City Play­ers is prob­a­bly best known for its long-run­ning melo­dra­ma, The Fish Pirate’s daugh­ter, which plays three week­ends each July – accom­pa­nied by an all-you-can-eat crab din­ner – to crowds of locals and vis­i­tors alike. A spoof on Creek Street and Pro­hi­bi­tion, The Fish Pirate’s Daugh­ter is a humor­ous glance into the city’s illus­tri­ous past.

If you’re like most folks who want a taste of Ketchikan’s lum­ber his­to­ry, you’ll enjoy an enter­tain­ing hour of com­e­dy and dra­ma fea­tur­ing young ath­letes in flan­nel who try to out­do each oth­er in sev­er­al log­ging events.

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