The Holidays are here and this year Estella Scrooge (like her ancestor Ebenezer) is haunted by three uninvited visitors. In this unique take on a classic story, you'll experience a mix of a few Dickens classic tales brought to life as a lush new Broadway musical.BUY TICKETSEXPLORE
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Due to the steady increase in COVID-19 cases and new guidelines from Actors' Equity Association, we have decided to make changes to the remainder of the 2020/2021 season for the health and safety of our artists, staff, and patrons.
We have found plays that we could produce that are exciting discoveries for you, speak to our lives right now, and work well in a streaming on demand format. Our commitment remains to entertain and engage the Central New York community during this time.
3-Play Passes available now for $90.
Patrese D. McClain portrays more than 30 characters in the engaging and enlightening docu-drama Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize nominee Anna Deavere Smith. Smith created Twilight in 1993 as a response to the assault on Rodney King and the subsequent unrest following the acquittal of four Los Angeles police officers charged in the attack. Smith conducted more than 300 interviews to shape a theatrical mosaic that ruthlessly probes issues of class and racism in Los Angeles from multiple points of view—from community leaders to individuals on the street, from newspaper editors and police chiefs to store owners and King’s relatives. The insights revealed in McClain’s tour de force performance belong as much to today’s world as that of Los Angeles in the ‘90s. Enhanced by a three camera capture and dual green screen technology that create the tone and feel of a documentary, Twilight retains the empathetic theatrical power that allows us to step inside the shoes of another and recognize our common humanity.
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.