Red House

October 28, 2013 - 6:41pm
Review: '50 Shades of F****d Up,' an unofficial parody of 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' had a brief but memorable stay at the Red House Arts Center.

In the hands of Tricia Brouk, when Christian Grey and Anastasia Steel meet, they sing, they dance and they spank.

As a part of their Presenting Residency Program, the Red House Arts Center presented 50 Shades Of F****d Up, an unofficial parody of the popular Fifty Shades Of Grey series.

October 7, 2011 - 10:38am
Review: The one-woman murder mystery is filled with surprises

“Radio Star,” a one-woman play by Tanya O'Debra, features a large cast. Let me say that again. This one-woman play features a large cast. And every character is played by the wildly talented O'Debra. Within the small theater space at the Red House Arts Center O'Debra stages a full 1940s-style radio production, complete with sound effects.

July 22, 2011 - 1:47pm
Syracuse University lent a hand in hosting the city’s first Air Guitar Competition on April 22.

The Event

The Department of Art and Music Histories at Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences teamed with The Red House Arts Center and the national U.S. Air Guitar Competition to host Syracuse’s first annual Air Guitar Competition on April 22. Performer Paul Martino of Syracuse, known as Math Romancer, won the contest and gained a free trip to New York City and a spot in the US Air Guitar Regional Championship held on June 15.

April 27, 2010 - 10:15pm
Three central New York theaters offer a dramatically different movie experience.

It’s Saturday night, and you want to catch a movie.  You could, like the majority of the SU student population, head to Carousel Mall.  There you’ll find big-budget action flicks, romantic comedies, animated children’s movies and the occasional star-studded drama.

March 2, 2010 - 4:08pm
Curator Stephan Stoyanov brings his exhibit 'Phantoms' to Syracuse's Red House Arts Center.

Internationally renowned curator Stephan Stoyanov expresses his identity and beliefs through the art he curates. Through his exhibit Phantoms, currently displayed at the Red House Arts Center, Stoyanov shows the fears most people are afraid to express in his work. 

December 3, 2009 - 10:25am
'Overcoming the Spectacle' series part of an effort to show edgy films locally.

You’d be hard-pressed to find an art house film buff who thinks Syracuse is a haven for alternative cinema.

There are the three area Regal Cinemas (all located in malls) that offer the general public the top studio releases of the month in less-than-regal atmospheres. Those seeking an alternative to the generic multiplex have to venture 30 minutes by car from Syracuse University's campus to the Manlius Art Cinema, which screens films of a more independent variety in a decrepit environment resembling a grimy tunnel.