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18+ Only: Dan Savage’s 2024 Hump Film Festival

Saturday, 5/25, 9pm

Upcoming Showings with Open Captions

Open Captions showtimes TBD.

Alaska’s only art-house theater.

Located on the unceded territory of the L’eedini Áakʼw Ḵwáan, also known as Juneau, Alaska, the Gold Town Theater features new and classic independent, foreign, and documentary films on digital and 35MM film in our single-screen theater on Shattuck Way. Our drive-in location shows classic Hollywood fare. 

The Criterion Collection mini-doc on our theater. Read the feature at Criterion’s online zine, Current.

Now Playing & Coming Soon

See the showtimes calendar for the most up-to-date information.

Now Playing

  • Nothing is scheduled right now. the theater is available for private rentals. Contact us for prices and other details.

    • Sealaska presents Tlingit Macbeth Fri, June 21 7:00pm9:00pm

      Two decades ago, and nearly 400 years after scholars believe it was first performed before an audience, Perseverance Theater collaborated with Tlingit elder, Johnny Marks, to translate Shakespeare’s “Scottish Play” into the Tlingit language. Conceived and directed by Anita Maynard-Losh, this version turns the famous play on its head and brings in many aspects of traditional Tlingit culture. The play was enormously successful and reached far beyond Juneau. In 2007, the production was brought to the Rasmuson Theater at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). During that residency, Sealaska Corporation gained the rights to film the play in its entirety with the intention of creating a DVD version to share with the public. Unfortunately, the footage was never edited to create a DVD of the play. Last year, SHI and Sealaska Corporation received support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to edit the over 20 hours of raw footage across four cameras into a 2 hour and change feature film. This project celebrates and shares the unique contributions made by members of the Alaska Native community that worked so hard to create Tlingit Macbeth and also honors their memory, such as the translator Johnny Marks who has since ‘Walked into the Forest.’

       SEAT RESERVATIONS HERE

      See more details
    • Sealaska presents Tlingit Macbeth Sat, June 22 4:00pm6:00pm

      Two decades ago, and nearly 400 years after scholars believe it was first performed before an audience, Perseverance Theater collaborated with Tlingit elder, Johnny Marks, to translate Shakespeare’s “Scottish Play” into the Tlingit language. Conceived and directed by Anita Maynard-Losh, this version turns the famous play on its head and brings in many aspects of traditional Tlingit culture. The play was enormously successful and reached far beyond Juneau. In 2007, the production was brought to the Rasmuson Theater at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). During that residency, Sealaska Corporation gained the rights to film the play in its entirety with the intention of creating a DVD version to share with the public. Unfortunately, the footage was never edited to create a DVD of the play. Last year, SHI and Sealaska Corporation received support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to edit the over 20 hours of raw footage across four cameras into a 2 hour and change feature film. This project celebrates and shares the unique contributions made by members of the Alaska Native community that worked so hard to create Tlingit Macbeth and also honors their memory, such as the translator Johnny Marks who has since ‘Walked into the Forest.’

       SEAT RESERVATIONS HERE

      See more details
  • Upcoming Open Captions showtimes TBD.

Coming Soon

  • Nothing is scheduled right now. the theater is available for private rentals. Contact us for prices and other details.

  • Nothing is scheduled right now. the theater is available for private rentals. Contact us for prices and other details.

    • Sealaska presents Tlingit Macbeth Fri, June 21 7:00pm9:00pm

      Two decades ago, and nearly 400 years after scholars believe it was first performed before an audience, Perseverance Theater collaborated with Tlingit elder, Johnny Marks, to translate Shakespeare’s “Scottish Play” into the Tlingit language. Conceived and directed by Anita Maynard-Losh, this version turns the famous play on its head and brings in many aspects of traditional Tlingit culture. The play was enormously successful and reached far beyond Juneau. In 2007, the production was brought to the Rasmuson Theater at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). During that residency, Sealaska Corporation gained the rights to film the play in its entirety with the intention of creating a DVD version to share with the public. Unfortunately, the footage was never edited to create a DVD of the play. Last year, SHI and Sealaska Corporation received support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to edit the over 20 hours of raw footage across four cameras into a 2 hour and change feature film. This project celebrates and shares the unique contributions made by members of the Alaska Native community that worked so hard to create Tlingit Macbeth and also honors their memory, such as the translator Johnny Marks who has since ‘Walked into the Forest.’

       SEAT RESERVATIONS HERE

      See more details
    • Sealaska presents Tlingit Macbeth Sat, June 22 4:00pm6:00pm

      Two decades ago, and nearly 400 years after scholars believe it was first performed before an audience, Perseverance Theater collaborated with Tlingit elder, Johnny Marks, to translate Shakespeare’s “Scottish Play” into the Tlingit language. Conceived and directed by Anita Maynard-Losh, this version turns the famous play on its head and brings in many aspects of traditional Tlingit culture. The play was enormously successful and reached far beyond Juneau. In 2007, the production was brought to the Rasmuson Theater at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). During that residency, Sealaska Corporation gained the rights to film the play in its entirety with the intention of creating a DVD version to share with the public. Unfortunately, the footage was never edited to create a DVD of the play. Last year, SHI and Sealaska Corporation received support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to edit the over 20 hours of raw footage across four cameras into a 2 hour and change feature film. This project celebrates and shares the unique contributions made by members of the Alaska Native community that worked so hard to create Tlingit Macbeth and also honors their memory, such as the translator Johnny Marks who has since ‘Walked into the Forest.’

       SEAT RESERVATIONS HERE

      See more details
  • Upcoming Open Captions showtimes TBD.

    • Sun, July 14 2:00pm4:00pm

    • Sun, August 11 2:00pm4:00pm

    • Sun, September 8 2:00pm4:00pm

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All our memberships include:

  • $2 off all feature film tickets
  • Discounts to Gold Town specialty events
  • Free movie & popcorn on your birthday week
  • Frequent Spyer Club privileges (see six movies, get one free)

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