Cyrano’s Theatre Company presents the world premiere of the play titled “Uncle Ted,” Sept. 29 in Anchorage.
Billed as an homage to the “famous longtime Alaskan senator,” Ted Stevens, the play examines the reputation, the rise, and the fall of the powerful and productive senator whom many knew as “Uncle Ted.”
The playwright is none other than State Sen. Gary Stevens (no relation), of Kodiak, who wrote the two-act monologue, which is directed by Kalli Denali Randall. Dan Morrison plays the part of Sen. Ted Stevens.
The “Uncle Ted” script can be read at this link.
Tickets for the performance, which runs through Oct. 22, can be purchased at this link.