The show recognized by the Alaska Visitor's Association and thousands of satisfied patrons every summer since 1986 as "The Number One Show Throughout Alaska and Canada."
by a polished, professional cast, "The Golden
Heart Revue," features music and lyrics
by Fairbanks composer Jim Bell, and book
by Timothy Ames,
William Arnold, Richard Ussery and Steve
Arthur. The show is performed nightly at
8:15pm in the Palace Theatre in Gold Rush Town in Pioneer Park in Fairbanks.
The performance season opens in mid-May
with shows nightly through mid-September.
"The Golden Heart Revue" is a lighthearted, comic look at the colorful characters from early & present day Fairbanks. With the Fairbanks gold strike by Italian immigrant miner, Felix Pedro, in 1902, came the opportunists, homemakers and other seekers who built the town of Fairbanks on the banks of the Chena River in the very heart of the vast Alaskan wilderness.
Fairbanks has always been known as the "Golden Heart of Alaska", and this sparkling musical show explores that largeness of heart (with the focus on the gold!) all the way back to the turn of the century.
The Palace Theatre is located in Pioneer Park's Gold Rush Town - an authentic taste of the frontier Old Town Fairbanks - and is located just a short walk away from your dinner spot before the show - The Alaska Salmon Bake in Pioneer Park’s Mining Valley, where dinner is served 5 - 9pm nightly.
Show nightly at 8:15 pm, performed by a polished, professional cast.
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