woman dancer dancing french cancan
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This vaudeville revue celebrates the pioneer entertainment of the great Klondike Gold Rush era. Since 1970, the 90-minute shows have entertained visitors each summer. Brace yourself for comedy skits, dramatic performances of Robert Service poems and, of course, high-kicking hoofers doing the cancan. Not to mention unicycles, musical saws and a 12-banjo orchestra! “Opening night I think we had nine people,” says cofounder Lyall Murdoch. “Since then we’ve had over 1.5 million.” Purchase tickets at the box office from 4 p.m. daily.