A 30-minute, dynamic performance that highlights hundreds of years of Sitka’s history through dance, art and narrative, delving deep into the time the Russians came to Alaska and made Sitka the Capital of Russian America. Exploration, tension, battles, political maneuvering, and Alaska’s first steps in creating civil rights laws are covered in a unique, entertaining and insightful way, through the eyes of a narrator that everyone can relate to. Suitable for all ages. Kids under 10 are free! Performances are mainly held at Harrigan Centennial Hall, the shuttle drop-off site and visitor center for most cruise ship visitors, and showtimes are set to accommodate cruise schedules.

Note: Occasionally we perform in other venues.