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Theatre Party This Sunday November 23rd

Revive the Red Tent announces Third Annual Theatre Party! For the last two years Revive the Red Tent has celebrated theatre and performance in Fairbanks with a fun, friendly, and accessible Theatre Party! This year we will be returning with … Continue reading

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Informational Meeting Resisting Columbus Day

Hello All, I’m writing to let you know about an exciting opportunity for protest art that Revive the Red Tent will be sponsoring this coming Columbus Day. As we all know, Columbus Day celebrates an individual that was responsible for … Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight : Teal Booth

Teal has been an amazing aid in this fall’s The Enduring Fountain Medicine Show (performs tomorrow at 8 pm). She is a visual arts major at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Teal can be found absorbing inspiration in and around … Continue reading

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What’s happening in Fairbanks?

The Enduring Fountain Medicine Show this Saturday, for one! But Revive the Red Tent tries to stay up on all the arts happening in town. Here are the resources we use. 1. The Fairbanks News-Miner‘s Latitude 58 insert & online events … Continue reading

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Enduring Fountain Medicine Show Trailers

Here are the trailers our Technical Director Alex produced for his vaudeville: “Shot in one night, I wedged an extension ladder in among my basement’s joists and taped the camera to it.” “Such a pleasure working with Lorien, Teal, Tara, Marley, … Continue reading

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The Enduring Fountain Medicine Show Poster

For September 13 performance. [ IMAGE : “the Enduring Fountain Medicine Show SATURDAY 9/13 8 PM UAF Fine Arts Building Revive the Red Tent Pay what you will at the door Suggested Donation $10 ]

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The Enduring Medicine Show Welcomes Green Tara

“Green Tara first bewitched me at the Marlin and this summer she’s wowed audiences at my Light House shows,” Vaudeville Director Alex Gagne-Hawes said jovially, before insisting that both nouns in his title be capitalized. “For this project we’ll be … Continue reading

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