I and You
May 5 - May 23, 2021

Isolated due to a life-threatening illness, Caroline hasn't been to school in months. Confined to her room, she relies on Instagram, Facebook and a stuffed turtle for company. That is until classmate Anthony bursts in—unexpectedly and bearing waffle fries, some Walt Whitman poetry and a literature project due the next day.This sharp, funny, and tender-hearted play won the Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award in 2014.



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A Re-Imagined 20/21 Season: Update

We welcome the March 3 announcement about reopening smaller performance venues in New York State. While we want nothing more than to open our doors and welcome back our artists and loyal patrons, there are still many unknowns that must be considered before we can offer any definitive plans.

At this time, we will continue to produce the remainder of the 20/21 season in a streaming on demand format for the health and safety of our artists, staff, and patrons.

3-Play Passes available now for $90.


Virtual Classes & Workshops

Enrolling now for grades K - 12. Classes begin in March and April. Younger students focus on boosting imagination, expanding creativity, and learning basic movement and vocal techniques. Older students build upon existing acting and theatre experiences and have options to focus on either acting, audition prep, or storybuilding. All classes taught by professional teaching artists with limted spots available.


100 Conversations for Change in partnership with 100 Black Men of Syracuse and Black Cub Productions

Conversations available to watch now.

Poetry and Play

The online edition of Syracuse Stage's "Poetry & Play" series is a video anthology of theatre-related poetry and prose read by actors, poets, writers, and scholars.


Cold Read Shorts

Introducing COLD READ SHORTs, a diverse selection of new theatrical offerings available online that are long on bold, relevant, and exciting new work. Featuring pieces by Carrie Mae Weems, Bill Bowers, and more.






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