Syracuse Stories Series

We are proud to introduce our Syracuse Stories series. It's a place where we can come together and explore topics that directly impact our city. Syracuse Stories embraces the idea that theatre has the power to help foster change in ourselves, our community, and our world.
Many Syracuse Stories will be presented virtually through Zoom. Click the "Register Now" button to sign up and receive an email with the Zoom login information for the Syracuse Story you are interested in. Recordings of previous conversations will be available to watch on your own time.

"Who Counts?" Collecting Stories with the Census

Thursday, September 3, 5PM on Zoom

This special Syracuse Story is about our partnership with the US Census. Learn more about the Census, be a part of collecting local stories, and leave a message for future generations about why each one of us "counts."

Topics for discussion:
- The impact the Census has in our community
- Who we are as a community
- How to collect stories from friends and family that will be included in a video collage created by Syracuse Stage and the Census
- How to earn a $50 gift card for joining the "Who Counts" project

Arts Online: Strategies of Teaching Theatre through Zoom

Friday, August 14, 5PM on Zoom

Meet our Education Team and be a part of the conversation as we look at strategies for teachers, parents, and students involved in arts education and creative performances/exhibits. We will share resources about teaching arts programming online and lessons learned from successfully hosting a two-week, entirely online summer theatre program for middle school students.

Topics for consideration:
- After school arts programming
- Staging a Zoom performance
- Zoom exhibits
- Playwriting workshops
- Live vs. recorded
- Zoom bandwidth

For questions and more information about the Arts Online Syracuse Story, contact Kate Laissle at

Upcoming Syracuse Stories

Dates and times to be announced
-  Revisiting Tales from the Salt City: A transformative theatre reunion 
- A Gatherin' Place: Talkback with the Harriet Tubman Troupe
- 100 Conversations for Change: 100 Black Men of Syracuse in partnership with Syracuse Stage
- Stephan Wolfert: Meet artist in residence Stephan Wolfert as he discusses his work with veterans around the country, his upcoming Syracuse projects, and performance workshops for the community


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