This 25-minute show features a very capable cast that recounts, with humor and lots of action, the story of how "the world's oldest profession" first came to Ketchikan in the early 1900s. It is located inside a very large white seasonal tent-like structure next to Berth 4 of the cruise ship area. The play focuses on the personalities of real-life characters and some of the humor (thankfully) goes over the head of the younger audience members - nothing naughty is said, but adults get the drift of what "that new female stranger Dolly" is trying to establish (NOTE: She became a living legend in Alaska whose obituary in 1965 was carried in every major Alaska newspaper. Her "house" is still standing in the scenic Creek Street stream area north of Old Town. NOTE: Large groups can get a decent discount.
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