Syracuse Stage sends our best wishes that you are keeping well.



Our hopes that you weather this difficult time unharmed, and our sincere desire to resume our mission to bring you the outstanding theatre you have come to expect from us and that we are privileged to provide. In this forced and extended intermission, we reflect on how fortunate we are to have the support of loyal patrons and are actively working on ways to bring our theatre right to your home. Thank you.

How You Can Help

As is the case with most not-for-profit arts organizations, the forced cancellation of performances is having significant impact on the financial health of Syracuse Stage.


Subscribing to our 2020/2021 season is the best way to support Syracuse Stage at this time. We eagerly await the day we can have an audience again and fervently hope you will want to be there with us when it arrives. Plans are proceeding for a full six show season starting with Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in October. The rest of the season includes Matilda the Musical for the holidays, the calypso inflected musical Once on this Island, a side-splitting comedy about marketing and authenticity Yoga Play, the American classic Our Town (directed by Bob Hupp), and a world premiere by associate artistic director Kyle Bass salt/city/blues.

Explore our 2020/2021 season:
 

You may also make a donation to our Set the Stage campaign at this time, which will make a much appreciated difference in our ability to support our staff.

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Meet the Creators

Our stage may be dark and our staff at home, but we are still working. Here's a peek at how some of our staff are continuing their work at home, a look back at some classic Syracuse Stage moments with guest artists, and behind-the-scenes glimpses at how stage magic is made.
 

Get to know Ezekiel Andrew:



      
   
   
   
   


In the News

Keep up to date with what is happening at Syracuse Stage.
 

Stephan Wolfert, Syracuse Stage resident artist for fall 2020, receives Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship - American Theatre

Syracuse Stage costume designers, props teams sew face masks for area hospitals 

Streams Before the Flood: Streaming and video-captured options for shuttered shows could be more than a stopgap solution - American Theatre

'Amadeus' Review: Created unequal - Wall Street Journal


For Your Family

Check out these videos for the whole family, including story times, craft ideas to stay busy at home, and a full-length performance of the Bank of America Children's Tour Suzette Who Set to Sea
 



   
   
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