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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Links are provided to those sources we could find on Amazon Smile.
One of the many reasons the Split Knuckle Theatre Endurance project is so compelling is the wealth of material available on the source. Ever since we found this project, we’ve been collecting that material. We think you’ll appreciate the performance even more if you immerse yourself in the history behind it. We offer you a wealth of online resources and media about Shackleton’s Expedition, his team, his whiskey, the legacy and the Split Knuckle Theatre’s Endurance project.
Palace Saloon, November 3-13
PowerPoint by lamp oil in an historic setting
Join us at the Palace Saloon, Pioneer Park for some turn of the century ambiance and informal talks by local experts — all running up to our presentation of Split Knuckle Theatre’s performance of “Endurance”. A play which merges Shackleton’s Antarctic exploration with a story of modern day perseverance.
Monday, November 3rd, 6:00 pm
“Watching ice grow: Wintering in Antarctica and continuing a hundred years of science in McMurdo Sound” with Andy Mahoney
Wednesday, November 5th, 6:00 pm
“Rediscovered: Polar Exploration in the 20th Century” with Mike Castellini
Thursday, Nov 6th, 6:00 pm
“Visions of Endurance: The Films and Photographs of Frank Hurley” with Len Kamerling
Monday, Nov 10th, 6:00 pm
“Resiliency Discovered: Ernest Shackleton’s Unparalleled Leadership” with Mike Castellini
Thursday November 13th, 7:00 pm
“Polar Music in the Days of Whalers and Sailors” with Paul Krejci
Don’t miss Black Violin on October 24th, Hering Auditorium at 8 pm.
We invite you to join us for the 2014-2015 Season—a season filled with programs that offer the diversity and quality your feedback always tells us you value. There is something for everyone and we invite you to explore! From Lyle Lovett in September to BodyVox in May, these are the artists you’ve asked us for. You asked. We listened.
Of course we’re excited for the return of Ramsey Lewis, along with John Pizzarelli and the best quartet we’ve ever heard in a tribute to Nat King Cole we know you’ll love. We’re also thrilled to bring you our first full-on theater production in an exciting new partnership with Theater UAF. Something old is something new when it’s Intergalactic Nemesis—prepare to be invaded by Zygonians, Fairbanks!
We’re as curious as you to see what happens when classical violin combines with beat box and DJ when Black Violin arrives. We think you’ll love both our world music offerings: Masters of Hawaiian Music and African Guitar Summit.