Syracuse Theater

October 22, 2014 - 9:36am
A new football-themed play, "Drafters, A Parable," has roots in a men's workshop designed to champion preventative conversations about violence against women.

Imagine a play without a script, without characters, without a plot.

What’s left?

For Ryan Hope Travis, 29, the answer is artistic freedom.

March 13, 2012 - 1:32pm
Review: Syracuse Stage's production of the Tony Award-winning play features an engaging duo and vibrant atmosphere.

“What do you see?”

With this question painter Mark Rothko, played by Joseph Graves, invited the audience into his Bowery studio Saturday evening at Syracuse Stage.  He asked for their participation. Their time. He asked that they think.

November 2, 2011 - 4:47pm
Review: The bizarre musical at The Red House spooks viewers this Halloween season.

If you give a Bat Boy a home, he’s going to ask for an education. If you give a Bat Boy an education, he’s going to ask to attend a church revival. Obviously.

If you’ll play along with the campy storyline, Red House Arts Center's latest production, “Bat Boy: The Musical” delivers the energy required by this fun show. But if you’re looking for theatrical genius, you will surely be disappointed.

October 7, 2011 - 11:38am
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.