What's Playing

All performances are held at APU's Grant Hall, 4101 University Drive, Anchorage (view map), except The Wizard of Oz, which will be performed at the UAA Wendy Williamson Auditorium.


2015-2016 Season

Folk's Tales: Fairy Tales
September 25-27 ~ School Shows: September 25
Join Anchorage's favorite story-tellers and musicians in this wonderful show all about your favorite fairy tales!


The Burning
October 23-31 ~ School Shows: October 30
In the time of the Salem Witch Trials, Mercy Summers is desperate for the love of the preacher's apprentice, and gets wrapped up in a real coven of witches who promise her a potion to trap her love.  Before long it all becomes too much as the innocent are put to death while real evil roams free.  How can the people of Salem possibly triumph over centuries of evil?  See if they can in this haunting, original story recommended for ages 10 and up or those who can handle a good scare.


The Weird Sister's Dreadful Disco Dance Party
October 24 & 31 at 3pm ~ School Shows: October 28
Each year, the Weird Sisters Halloween Dance Party is the talk of Nightmare Hallow, as everyone vies for the title of scariest moves.  With witches, vampires, a ghost, a mummy, and even a zombie pirate, this disco party is stayin alive even when everything seems like it might fall apart.  Get on your boogie shoes and join the fun in this brand new musical Halloween romp suited for all ages!


In the Key of Christmas
December 11-20 ~ School Shows: December 11
In the style of classic musicals like Summer Stock, Babes in Arms and White Christmas, the local theatre company might get their building taken away forever, but they have the opportunity to put on one last show for the holidays to raise enough money to keep their company and the heart of the town.  This hope filled musical is perfect for the holiday season.


TBA After Dark presents Reduced Shakespeare Company's Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged
Dates to be announced soon!


The Wizard of Oz
March 25 - April 3 ~ School Show: April 1
Dorothy Gale of Kansas dreams about Somewhere Over the Rainbow, and when a twister hits and carries off her house, she travels over the rainbow to the magical land of Oz, meeting friends and enemies, and all the while trying to get home.  Featuring the songs from the MGM musical movie, this show has something for everyone, from the young in age to the young at heart.

*This show will perform at the Wendy Williamson Auditorium on the UAA Campus

The Apple & the Arrow - A Legend of William Tell
May 6-15 ~ School Shows: May 6
Adventure awaits in the this thrilling tell of the life and times of William Tell.  Fun for the whole family!


For reservations at our school shows, email fieldtrips@tbatheatre.org!

For tickets to public shows will be available in September by clicking the Tickets link below.

Past Productions

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