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"The New Archangel Dancers mission is to promote and encourage interest in Alaska's Russian History and culture through sharing of ethnic folk dance and song. The Dancers support performing arts in the community of Sitka, and promote and encourage...more
We thoroughly enjoyed the New Archangel Dancers! The theater where the dance troupe rehearses and performs is very modern, beautiful, and comfortable. The show we saw consisted of 6 dances, each one with a good story and lots of energy! The entire audience naturally started...More
We were encouraged to go to a performance of these local ladies who are about to celebrate 50 years as a dancing company. They were very good, showing great strength & agility as well as nice acting skills. For an amateur group they put on...More
Was hoping to learn something of the Russian heritage in Alaska. This was a group of women (none of whom are Russian) who wear Russian garb and preform Russian dances. Not sure if the Russian Centennial hall has any other activities to explain the Russian...More
Planned to stop here as part of our personal walking tour of Sitka. Costs $10 for the presentation. Got a seat up front and spoke with a lady who was part of the local fire department as an EMT III. She had been a dancer...More
We were lucky enough to have front row seats to see the New Archangel Dancers. The Mistress of Ceremonies gave a wonderful presentation and the Dancers were Fantastic!! The beautiful, colorful costumes and energy had us clapping for delight!! I encourage anyone visiting Sitka to...More
I loved Sitka, a city with a Russian flavor all around, and the New Archangel Dancers were the icing on the cake of a very delightful day in Sitka. This is an all women troupe who must practice a lot because they are very physically...More
The best way to see them is to book thru a shore excursion offered by your cruise line. The dance group does travel for performances and I don't remember seeing a performance schedule. Booking a shore excursion thru your... More
The best way to see them is to book thru a shore excursion offered by your cruise line. The dance group does travel for performances and I don't remember seeing a performance schedule. Booking a shore excursion thru your cruise would be best, that is what we did.