Let’s pull together

Dear Friends, It’s January and I don’t know about you but I could use a good laugh. Whatever may be going on in your life personally, collectively we’ve been through the short, dark days of winter, countless political debates and gearing up for another legislative...Read more

The journey of 1,000 letters begins with you

Letters Aloud: I wish you all the best “I wish you all the best” is an outreach literacy and performing arts series, an extension of the Fairbanks Concert Association’s project with Letters Aloud. Letters Aloud is a professional performance where audiences experience...Read more

Welcome to the 2015-2016 season

For as long as we can remember, you’ve been asking, “can I please go online and pick my seats?” Finally, the world of technology has caught up to us and we can combine membership, season tickets and individual seating… online! This is an...Read more

BodyVox in 4 easy questions

1. Why close out the season with Body Vox? In a season which has included a wide range of performing arts, including our first play and a live action graphic novel, this seems like the perfect way to conclude a great year.  2. What can the audience expect from this...Read more

Ramsey, John and Nat make it simple

I have a distinct recollection of having coffee with an FCA Board Member some years before coming to work here. “Isn’t the object to get the best possible artist in any genre?” He nodded in agreement. “Yes, that’s right.” Many years have passed since that coffee date...Read more
Get your dance on Fairbanks!

Get your dance on Fairbanks!

It’s time to begin our Community Dance Team.

The Community Dance Team is comprised of an unlimited number of performers spanning many generations of Fairbanks’ vast and diverse community. We are seeking dancers as young as 13 and as old as 80. The group will perform a progressive dance designed to be performed while walking.

No Dance Experience Necessary!

We invite you and your friends to learn a simple dance combination and participate in a flash mob later in the spring.

Courtland Weaver, Artistic Director of North Star Ballet, will teach a simple dance combination that you can do while walking.

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TorQ Percussion Ensemble

Friday, February 20 at 8pm – Hering Auditorium TorQ Percussion Quartet brings new vitality to percussion repertoire and performance. Renowned for their engaging performances, members Richard Burrows, Adam Campbell, Jamie Drake and Daniel Morphy make new music...Read more

All part of the fun

Spaceships, Letters to the Editor, Zygonians? It’s all part of the fun. Because let’s face it, January can be a month that’s hard to love. Without the inherent joy of the holidays, those dark days can start to get to us, right? We thought presenting The Intergalactic...Read more

News, notes and special perks

Split Knuckle Theatre’s “Endurance” Friday and Saturday, November 21-22 at 8pm Salisbury Theatre, UAF Campus Co-presented with the University of Alaska Theatre and Film Department This is an exciting month for us. 67 years old and we’re about...Read more

Workshops with Split Knuckle Theatre

Workshops with Split Knuckle Theatre Physical Storytelling Saturday, November 22, noon – 3:00. $30.00 limited to 30 participants Contact the FCA office 474-8081 to register In Physical Storytelling we introduce different techniques used to create the work we do with...Read more

Bringing Shackleton

There were times, when bringing FCA’s first presentation of a play to Fairbanks seemed like Shackleton’s epic voyage itself. The story unfolds over several years. It began in NY, we saw “Endurance” in the showcase listings and recognized it immediately as pertaining...Read more
Shackleton Sources

Shackleton Sources

The upcoming Split Knucke Theater: Endurance performance and the lecture series have given rise to renewed interest in the epic stories, history and images of this expedition. Check out the bibliography of Shackelton-related resources compiled by Dick Campbell.


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