About the Audio Guide
Get a kick out of the cancan girls--this building is host to the longest running summer stock theatre program in the Western United States.
About the Location
In the Eagles Hall each summer, the curtain rises on the popular Days of '98 Show, Alaska's longest running theater production. The show dates back to 1927. Those interested in the history of the show can view photographs of early scenes and characters in the hall's gambling room. The hall is composed of two gold rush hotels: The Mondamin Hotel was moved here in 1916 and the Pacific Hotel was added to the rear in 1920. The fraternity first met here in 1899. Of the thousands of Eagles Aeries (chapters), this is Aerie No. 25. The wing on the south side dates from the 1960s; it once housed a bowling alley.