Anchorage often surprises visitors with the variety—and high quality—of its cultural activities. In addition to top-name touring groups and performers, some local productions are always going on around town. These might include provocative theater, children's shows, improvisational troupes, Buddhist lectures, photography exhibits, poetry readings, and Alaska Native dance performances. The Friday entertainment section of the Anchorage Daily News is packed with events and activities.

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  • 1. Alaska Center for the Performing Arts

    Downtown | Arts Centers

    Four theaters make up the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which is home to 10 resident performing arts companies—including Alaska Dance...Read More

  • 2. Anchorage Market and Festival

    Downtown | Festivals

    A range of performers in nearly every genre are featured for free at the Anchorage Market and Festival every weekend from mid-May to mid-September. ...Read More

  • 3. Bear Tooth Theatrepub

    Spenard | Film

    The popular Bear Tooth Theatrepub screens second-run films—from art house to blockbuster—for only $4 and also serves tasty pizzas, sandwiches...Read More

  • 4. Music in the Park

    Downtown | Music

    On summertime Wednesdays, open-air concerts are presented at noon in Peratrovich Park (also known as Old City Hall Park). Come back with the...Read More

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