Evening Performances

Saturday, June 10, 8:00 PM

Blue Chair Productions presents Nick Payne’s Constellations, a play about quantum multiverse theory, love, and honeybees. The production is directed by Colby Bleicher and stars Aneliese Palmer & Ryan Buen. Suggested for audiences 14 and up.

Sunday, June 11, 8:00 PM

An Evening With Our Featured Artists, directed by Peter Ellenstein, features our artistic staff reading from the work that touches them the most. This annual event is a chance to journey into the heart of artists, experiencing the work of the leaders of this year’s Last Frontier Theatre Conference. Suggested for audiences 16 and up.

Monday, June 12, 8:00 PM

RKP Productions and Cyrano’s Theatre Company present Timothy Daly’s The Afterlife of J. Edgar Hoover, starring Jeremy Gaunt and Jay Burns and directed by Dick Reichman. This surreal play takes us out of this world and into the afterlife. We enjoy an intimate yet mysterious visit with the famous FBI director, now dead of course, and his young “caretaker”, also dead. Suggested for ages 14 and up.

Tuesday, June 13, 8:00 PM

Debrianna Mansini’s one-woman show The Meatball Chronicles, directed by Tanya Rubinstein and Laura Gardner, shares a story of finding love through a meatball. It follows Debrianna through a culinary journey of her childhood, men, and her complicated relationship to her mother. As she kneads the dough and thickens the sauce through each Italian recipe, the stories associated with those recipes reveal the complex ways that families cope, laugh, grieve, and show their love through food. Suggested for audiences 16 and up.

Wednesday, June 14, 8:00 PM

Julia Lederer’s With Love and a Major Organ, starring Laura Gardner, Michelle Gardner, and Rob Lecrone; directed by Ken Sawyer. Anabel gives her heart to a man she meets on the subway and he disappears with it. The play uses magic realism to reinvent the modern romantic comedy. Poetic, quirky, and deeply original, it examines love in the age of technology, our ability and need to connect with strangers, and the universally trying task of reconciling the head and the heart. Suggested for audience 12 and up.

Thursday, June 15, 8:00 PM

Australia’s Owl & Cat Theatre returns this year to present Arthur M. Jolly’s wildly funny farce, A Very Modern Marriage. Matthew and Tina’s marriage is already on the rocks..when Tina’s friend Christopher moves in uninvited. He has a secret agenda to steal Matt’s heart once and for all. Christopher will stop at nothing to get what he wants, but Tina is no pushover. There’s a knife, gun, wardrobe, passion + jealousy what could possibly go wrong?Suggested for audience 16 and up.

Attendance is free for Valdez residents!

Call 834-1614 for more information, or 835-2469 during the Conference