Pier One 2017 Summer Season

Except as noted, all performances are $15 general, $14 seniors, $13 Raven’s Club, $10 youth and $45 family.

Tickets are on sale at the Homer Bookstore and at the door or call 226-2287 for reservations.

The Drunkard by Brian J. Burton

Directed by Laura Norton, Music Director Johnny B., with Choreography by Lynne Roff

7:30 p.m. May 26-28, June 1-3

Rhythm of the North

Written &Performed By Johnny B.

3 p.m. alternating Tuesdays (M/V Amsterdam cruise ship visits) May 30-Sept. 26

A multi-media extravaganza featuring the unique, undeniable and unparalleled Johnny B.

In the Park

Three One-Act Plays Directed By Owen Duffy and Kathleen Gustafson

“The Zoo Story,” by Edward Albee; directed by Owen Duffy

Set in Central Park, The Zoo Story is a confrontation between middle-class America and the outcasts of society.

“The Statue of Bolívar,” by Eric Lane and “2B (Or Not 2B),” by Jacquelyn Reingold; directed by Kathleen Gustafson

7:30 p.m. June 9-11, June 15-17

Youth Theatre Skills Camp Sharing Performance

Directed By Lindsey Schneider and Landon Bunting

7 p.m. June 22, 3 and 7 p.m. June 23

$10 general, $8 Raven’s Club, $5 youth and camper family members

Outrageous Jazz

7:30 p.m. June 24, 3 p.m. June 25

This live jazz ensemble is back for the sixth year in a row and features Karen Strid-Chadwick on keyboard, Ray Booker on bass, Dale Curtis on trumpet, Cameron Cartland on drums, and Brenda Vulgamore-Hune on vocals.


By Fred Ebb, Bob Fosse and John Kander

Directed by Jennifer Norton, Lance Petersen and Mark Robinson

Choreography by Ann Gittenger

7:30 p.m. June 30-July 2, July 6-9, July 12-15

Ticket prices to be announced.

Set in the legendary city during the 1920s, Chicago tells the story of two rival vaudevillian murderesses locked up in Cook County Jail.

The Head That Wouldn’t Die

By Rand Higbee

Directed by Nancy Chastain and Ken Landfield

7:30 p.m. July 21-23, July 27-29

Highlights of the Last Frontier Theatre Conference

Directed by Kate Rich

7:30 p.m. Aug. 3-5

All seats $10 or a 3-day pass for $25

A potpourri of readings from new plays, performed by locals. Kate Rich selects a variety of short plays from the Last Frontier Theatre Conference in Valdez. New plays are shown each night.

Honor Among Thieves

By Lindsey Schneider

Directed by Lindsey Schneider and Landon Bunting

7:30 p.m. Aug. 11-13, Aug. 17-19

A Pier One Youth Theatre Production. $12 general, $11 seniors, $10 Raven’s Club, $8 youth and camper family members.

Stage Kiss

By Sara Ruhl

Directed by Peter Sheppard

7:30 p.m. Aug. 25-27

Jesus Christ Superstar

By Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice

Directed by Lance Petersen, Jennifer Norton and Mark Robinson

7:30 p.m. Oct. 6-8, Oct. 12-15

All Performances are at the Homer Mariner Theater. Ticket prices to be announced.

Pier One Theatre staff: Jen Norton, artistic director; Laura Norton, production manager; Dick Sanders, office manager; Linda Ellsworth, concessions; Jesse D. Bolt, technical director; Carolyn Norton, web design and floating staff; Emmett Meyer, Neil and Drew Wimmerstedt, tech crew; Lindsey Schneider, youth theatre director; Landon Bunting, assistant youth theatre director; Kathleen Gustafson, Theater Play director; Peter Norton, poster design; Lynn Burt and Marie Walker, costume design; Lynn Spence, Karen Murdock and others, box office

Office: 332 E Pioneer Ave. #3 Homer, AK 99603

Phone: 226-2287

Theater: 3858 Homer Spit Road

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