Brothers Paranormal is a mix of hilarious, heartbreaking and even genuinely horrifying moments — a sure recipe to keep you on the edge of your seat. But Perseverance Theatre says its latest production is much more than entertainment.
On this Tuesday’s Juneau Afternoon, the director of Brothers Paranormal and one of the performers, will talk about how the play’s themes of race — and trauma from immigration and disaster relocation — make it a groundbreaking play for Perseverance Theatre.
Also, on this program:
- Amy Dressel, a perennial crowd pleaser at Juneau’s Wearable Arts Extravaganza.
- Networking opportunities at U-A-S’s Spring Job Fair.
Sheli DeLaney hosts Tuesday’s program. You can catch Juneau Afternoon, Tuesday through Friday, live at 3:00 p.m. on KTOO Juneau 104.3. The rebroadcast airs at 7:00 p.m. on KTOO. You can also listen online at ktoo.org.
The UAS Spring Job Fair has been the launch pad for many a career. From summer jobs, to full and part time positions, to internships, there’s a wealth of opportunities for college students.
From summer jobs, to full and part time positions, to internships, there’s a wealth of opportunities for college students.
Two brothers from Thailand decide to start a ghost-busting business — a recipe for comedy, hair-raising moments and some cross-cultural, cross-racial experiences.
Fans of Juneau’s Wearable Art Extravaganza know that Amy Dressel is a designer who never disappoints.