Ketchikan Plays & Performances

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Plays & Performances

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.

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.

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