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Coming Soon to Syracuse Stage: Our 2021 Cold Read Festival of New Plays


The 2021 Cold Read Festival promises six exciting virtual events that feature new work hot from the imaginations of some of the freshest voices writing for theatre today. A full Festival pass is $15 and gives you access to all pre-recorded readings and daily live Zoom discussions with Festival artists. Playwright-In-Residence (Pictured left, above) Kate Hamill is More »



Syracuse Stage presents ‘Annapurna’

Syracuse, NY – “Annapurna” is the name of a massif in the Himalaya mountain range, the Hindu goddess of nourishment and the next play in the reimagined and fully digital Syracuse Stage 2020/2021 season. Written by Sharr White and directed by Stage artistic director Robert Hupp, “Annapurna” is a carefully balanced blend of sharp comedy More »


Free public streaming performance Bank of America Children’s Tour: Danny, King of the Basement

Meet Danny and explore his amazing imaginary world. Free public streaming performance. February 26-28 Danny, King of the Basement tells the story of 10-year-old Danny “Delco” Carter. Danny is the “king of moving.” In two years, he and his mother, who is dealing with unemployment, have moved more times than most kids lose teeth. But far More »


Governor Cuomo Signs Executive Order Extending Restaurants, Bars & Other SLA-Licensed Entities Closing Times To 11 P.M. Statewide

11 P.M. Closing Time Extended to Gyms and Fitness Centers, Casinos, Billiards Halls Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that, given the continued decline in hospitalization and infection rates throughout New York State, he has signed Executive Order 202.94 extending closing times for bars, restaurants, gyms and fitness centers, casinos, billiards halls, as well as other State Liquor Authority-licensed establishments, from 10 p.m. More »


Syracuse Opera Celebrates Black History Month


Join Syracuse Opera in celebrating Black History Month all though February. They’re showcasing Black artists from our past, but also contemporary artists and later in the month, a peek into the future. Syracuse Opera started the month with a few trailblazers, there’s also an exciting interview with Wayne Sanders, co-founder and Music Director of Opera More »



Syracuse Stage presents ‘Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992’ Streaming Feb. 3 – 14


Syracuse, NY – Syracuse Stage continues the 2020/2021 online on-demand season with the stunning documentary drama “Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992” by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize nominated playwright Anna Deavere Smith. “Twilight” will be available as video on demand Feb. 3 – 14 at www.syracusestage.org. Smith created “Twilight” as an interrogation of the events surrounding More »


Coming Soon to Destiny USA: Aloha Krab


Authentic Cajun seafood boil coming soon to Destiny USA Syracuse, NY (January 27, 2021) – Say “aloha” to Destiny USA’s newest restaurant! Offering an array of authentic seafood dishes and modern cuisine, Aloha Krab will be opening a new location at Destiny USA this summer. Enjoy different authentic dishes, friendly service, and a lively environment More »


This installment of Poetry & Play: Enjoy Ewa Hryniewicz-Yarbrough reading Theater Impressions by Wisława Szymborska


Our latest installment features translator and essayist Ewa Hryniewicz-Yarbrough reading Theater Impressions by Wisława Szymborska. (Poem translated by Clare Cavanagh and Stanisław Barańczak) Wisława Szymborska Well-known in her native Poland, Wisława Szymborska received international recognition when she won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1996. In awarding the prize, the Academy praised her “poetry that with ironic precision allows More »