Some of the original cast of Ketchikan’s original musical melodrama, “The Fish Pirate’s Daughter” are in town for the play’s 50th anniversary. Bob Kinerk, who wrote the play, and Jim Alguire, who penned the score, were joined by other cast members who reminisced about the original play, and talked about how it’s evolved over five decades.
Below is most of the Morning Edition interview. (We forgot to hit record until about three minutes into the discussion.)
A special performance of the original script and score starts at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Ted Ferry Civic Center.