Words & Music

All patrons can enjoy one of our event series and special show-specific events.

OPENING NIGHT PARTY

Join the cast for a post-show
celebration with live music,
food,drinks, and good times.


Great Expectations
Friday, October 21


Mary Poppins
Friday, December 2


Disgraced
Friday, January 27


Ain’t Misbehavin’
Friday, March 3


How I Learned to Drive
Friday, April 7


Deathtrap
Friday, May 12


PROLOGUE
An intimate, insightful
pre-show discussion with
the actors an hour before
curtain in the Sutton Pavilion.


ACTOR TALKBACK
What did you think of
the play? Here’s your
chance to hear from the
cast after the show.

 

WED@1 LECTURE
Enrich your theatre-going
experience with these engaging
and intelligent talks starting
at 1 p.m. prior to the Wednesday
matinee performance. FREE.

 

GREAT EXPECTATIONS: 11/2

Christian DuComb,
Assistant Professor
of English and Theater,
Colgate University. 

 

MARY POPPINS: 12/7

Miles Tylor
Associate Profess of English,
Le Moyne College.

 

DISGRACED: 2/8

Khuram Hussain,
Associate Professor of Education,
Hobart & William Smith Colleges

 

AIN’T MISBEHAVIN: 3/15

James Gordon Williams,
Assistant Professor,
African American Studies,
Syracuse University

               

HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE: 4/19

Chris Woodworth,
Assistant Professor of Theatre,
Hobart & William Smith

 

DEATHTRAP: 5/24

Barbara Block,
Syracuse-based writer,
author of the Robin Light
mystery series.

 

POETRY & PLAY
A reading series that connects
the literary arts to the work on
our stage. Local writers
share original works of
poetry and prose prompted
by themes, ideas and images in
selected season offerings.
Light refreshments.   
 

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

"Subverting Expectations”
with Joan Sauro and other
local writers

Sunday, October 30
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Sutton Pavilion

HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE
"The Road Less Travelled:
Writing the Taboo”

Saturday, April 8
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Sutton Pavilion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPCOMING SHOWS & EVENTS

Past Shows