Call Group Services at 315-443-9844 for groups of 10 or more.
As we continue to work through this unprecedented situation, we are able to provide the following updates.
Update as of March 30:
With circumstances changing so rapidly, we are constantly evolving our plans for the upcoming productions at Stage. At this point, we know for certain is that Once will not run during its originally scheduled production dates, April 15 – May 3. No decision has been made yet about Yoga Play.
Presently, we are in communication with our artists to explore every option concerning these shows, including performing them later in the year if that becomes possible. Obviously, the health of our patrons, staff, and artists remains our top priority. Rescheduling performances would only become an option if we could do so in complete safety.
For now, we ask for your continued patience. Please be assured that if we determine the best course of action is to cancel Once and Yoga Play, current ticket holders will have multiple options concerning your tickets including donating them to Syracuse Stage to help support our staff, returning them for a credit toward a future purchase, or receiving a full refund.
The Cold Read Festival of New Plays, originally scheduled for April 1 – 5, has been re-scheduled for September 8 - 13. Participating artists and ticketing information to be announced.
We are grateful to you and to all of our patrons for the generous support we have received over our 47 seasons in Central New York. We are especially grateful for the support we receive at this time through donations and expressions of encouragement and appreciation. Also, we remind you that although single ticket sales are currently suspended for the season, we invite you to join us as a subscriber for the fantastic 2020/2021 season. Call the Box Office: 315-443-6897. More information about the 2020/2021 season here. If you would like to make a much appreciated donation to support our staff, click here.
The Period Wigs of Amadeus
We miss you at Syracuse Stage and we're sorry we all couldn't share our live performance of Amadeus together. We still wanted to share a little bit of the hard work that went into this amazing production that opened and closed in just one night. Wig designer Rob Pickens shares how each wig was hand-crafted and created to bring the court of Joseph II in Vienna, Austria to life.
Syracuse Stage's production of Amadeus. By Peter Shaffer. Directed by Robert Hupp. Scenic design by Misha Kachman. Costume design by Tracy Dorman. Lighting design by Dawn Chiang. Sound design by Victoria Deiorio. Hair and wig design by Robert Pickens.
Announcing the 2020/2021 Season:
Two musicals, a world premiere, two classics, and a contemporary new play. Season subscriptions on sale now! Order today for priority seating and savings on single ticket prices.
ACT-ivate your summer with Summer Youth Theatre Experience at Syracuse Stage
Two programs for students ages 11-14 taught by professional teaching artists.
Register by April 1 and save up to $200.
Session One, July 13 - 24: Telling Tales explores playwriting and musical composition.
Session Two, July 27 - August 7: Students train for two weeks in Shakespearean text and physical comedy as they rehearse and perform The Comedy of Errors.
Syracuse Stage is proud to celebrate the sesquicentennial of its partner, Syracuse University.