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For ticketed events in the ACPA, the CenterTix Box Office opens 90 minutes prior to event curtain times and will remain open through intermission (or 30 minutes after curtain time when there is no intermission and for Voth Hall events).

During these extended hours, the box office gives priority to business for shows performing that same day. All other business may be deferred until the curtain rises.

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49th State Brewing Company
717 W 3rd Ave
Anchorage, AK 99501 (US)
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Web: 49statebrewing.com/index-0.html
E-mail: info@49statebrewing.com
Phone: 907-277-7727
Formerly Snow Goose Theater
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
621 W. 6th Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99501 (US)
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Web: www.myalaskacenter.com
E-mail: centertix@alaskapac.org
Phone: 907-263-ARTS
Fax: 907-263-2716
The ACPA (Alaska Center for the Performing Arts) is located in the heart of downtown Anchorage adjacent to the Town Square Park at F Street between 5th and 6th Avenues. The ACPA houses 4 performances spaces - Atwood Concert Hall, Discovery Theatre, Sydney Laurence and Voth Hall.
Atwood Concert Hall
621 W. 6th Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99501 (US)
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Web: https://www.myalaskacenter.com
E-mail: centertix@alaskapac.org
Phone: 907-263-2900
Fax: 907-263-2927
p class="bodyText"Acoustically sensitive and dramatically designed, the largest venue in the Alaska Center is the Evangeline Atwood Concert Hall. It seats over 2,000 and features a large stage (120' wide by 52' deep with a proscenium opening that is 57' wide and 35' high) as well as state-of-the-art equipment such as a Meyers Sound System. It showcases symphonic, chamber and popular music presentations as well as dance and Broadway musicals. The star burst ceiling in the auditorium of the Atwood Concert Hall, radiating out from the proscenium arch in reds, gold and greens, stunningly captures the effect of an aurora borealis./p p class="bodyText"Evangeline Atwood was a noted historian, author of several books and Anchorage’s most famous hostess. She and her husband Robert Atwood (owner of the Times and champion of Alaska statehood) arrived in Alaska in 1935./p p class="bodyText"The Atwood Concert Hall seats approximately 2,000 and consists of three levels (orchestra, mezzanine and balcony). A horseshoe-shaped parterre surrounds the center floor section of the orchestra./p
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621 W 6th Ave
Anchorage, AK AK (US)
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Phone: 263-ARTS
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Cyrano's Off Center Playhouse
411 D St
Anchorage, AK 99501 (US)
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Web: www.cyranos.org
E-mail: cyrano@ak.net
Phone: 907-274-2599
Fax: 907-277-4698
brul liBOX OFFICE HOURS: Opens 1 hour before curtain. br liSERVICE CHARGES: None. Box office prices match CenterTix prices. br liPAYMENT: VISA, Mastercard & cash. br liPARKING: Downtown Anchorage - No designated parking for Cyrano's. br liCHILDREN: Young children are not admitted (except for select youth oriented events). See show description for details. /ul
Discovery Theatre
621 W. 6th Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99501 (US)
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Web: www.myalaskacenter.com
E-mail: centertix@alaskapac.org
Phone: 907-263-2900
Fax: 907-263-2927

Recognized as an excellent setting for theatre, opera, dance, film and musical presentations, the Discovery Theatre boasts a stage in size equal to the Atwood Concert Hall with a seating capacity of approximately 700.

The auditorium of the Discovery Theatre is characterized by long, sweeping curves, defining partitions and balconies and a ceiling of silvery, saucer-shaped acoustical discs. The seat upholstery, a tapestry designed by Alaskan resident Paula Dickey entitled "Salmonberries," adds to the overall effect with a palette of rose and forest green.

The Discovery Theatre seats approximately 700 and consists of two levels (orchestra and mezzanine).

East High Auditorium
4025 E Northern Lights Blvd
Anchorage, AK 99508 (US)
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Web: www.asdk12.org/schools/east/pages/
Phone: 907-742-2125
Newly renovated theater in East Anchorage High School. Seats approximately 700.
  • BOX OFFICE HOURS: 1 hour prior to show
  • SERVICE CHARGES: None
  • PAYMENT: Cash
  • PARKING: Free event parking is available in the East High parking lot.
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CenterTix
621 W 6th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99501 (US)
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Web: www.centertix.net
E-mail: centertix@alaskapac.org
Phone: 907 263-2787
Fax: 907 263-2716
Glenn Massay Theater
8295 College Dr.
PO Box 2889
Palmer, AK 99645 (US)
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Take the Trunk Road exit off the Parks Highway. Turn east on College Drive. The theatre is on the Mat-Su College campus.
Sydney Laurence Theatre
621 W. 6th Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99501 (US)
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Web: www.myalaskacenter.com
E-mail: centertix@alaskapac.org
Phone: 907-263-2900
Fax: 907-263-2927

The Sydney Laurence Theatre is a flexible proscenium theatre, perfectly suited for theatre, film and chamber music. It has an ample stage (94' wide by 27' deep with a proscenium opening of 47' wide by 21' high) and a seating capacity of approximately 340.

The asymmetrical seating arrangement in the Laurence Theatre, with open boxes on the sides, creates a strong dramatic effect. The twilight palette of blues, grays and mauves is reinforced in the seating upholstery, designed by Alaskan resident Hugh McPeck, entitled Forest Floor.

Sydney Laurence (1865-1940) was the foremost painter of Alaskan landscapes. He came to Alaska in 1904 in search of gold and found painting to be more productive. His large canvas of Denali (Mt. McKinley) is part of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Collection of Fine Arts. The Anchorage Museum of History and Art has an entire gallery dedicated to his work.

The Sydney Laurence Theatre seats approximately 340 and consists of two levels (orchestra and mezzanine).