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A Statement from Syracuse Stage


The Man was Rejected, The Woman was Denied created for Syracuse Stage's COLD READ SHORTs by renowned visual artist Carrie Mae Weems from her work People of a Darker Hue (2014), speaks powerfully to our current moment.

Season Update

Dear Friends,

In a normal year, we’d be gearing up to start rehearsal for our first production of the season. But there’s nothing normal about this year, is there? We know the time will come when we’re back together again. But that time isn’t now. As we contemplate a time when we can create theatre for you again, please know that your safety, and the safety of our artists and staff, is our first consideration. Yes, we are currently hard at work planning an exciting virtual and live 48th season; we’ve already announced some of the plays, others will be new and more suited to this moment in time. We can’t wait to share them with you. We're working in tandem with our national labor unions and local government officials to determine the best path forward. Thank you for your patience. Stay safe. And stay tuned.

Bob Hupp, Artistic Director

Jill Anderson, Managing Director

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Explore the 2020-2021 Season

Two musicals, a world premiere, two classics, and a contemporary new play.

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Order today for priority seating and savings on single ticket prices. Season lineup: Mary Shelley's FrankensteinMatilda The MusicalOnce on this IslandYoga PlayOur Town, and the world premiere salt/city/blues.

Syracuse Stage is proud to celebrate the sesquicentennial of its partner, Syracuse University.




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