Category Archives: Arts

Syracuse Stage


Syracuse Stage

820 East Genesee Street

Syracuse, NY 13210-1508

Administration: 315- 443-4008

Box Office: 315-443-9846

Hours: Box Office Hours are from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and two hours before each performance.


The Syracuse Stage, operating under the nickname “The Professional Theatre of Central New York,” was founded in 1974 and has produced upwards of 290 plays in its 40 seasons.

In addition to its own professional productions, the Syracuse Stage is also the primary theater used by the Syracuse University Drama Department.


The Syracuse Stage has a year-round faculty employed in the following fields: Artistic, Production, Stage Management, Scenery, Scenic Artistry, Properties, Costumes, Electrics, Sound, Administrative, Education, Development, Marketing, Information and Technology, Box Office and Patron Services and Audience Services.

Timothy Bond is currently the producing artistic director while Kyle Bass is the head dramaturg. Patrick Finion is the Director of Marketing & Communications and handles press releases for the Stage.

Current Season

The Syracuse Stage productions for the 2012/2013 season:

Cry for Peace: Voices from the Cong, Sept. 14-23

Moby Dick, Oct. 10-Nov. 4

White Christmas, Nov. 23- Dec. 30

Two Trains Running, Jan. 30-Feb. 17

 A Midsummer Night’s Dream, March 6-30 (In collaboration with SU drama)

Good People, April 24- May 12 (In collaboration with Cleveland Play House)

An Iliad, May 15- June 9

Ticket prices

Adult tickets: $45.00

Senior (age 65 and older): $42.00

40 Below: $30.00

Student: $30.00

19 and under: $18.00



Marshall Street Records


Marshall Street Records is a record label that produces music from Syracuse area musicians, exclusively.

The label is student-run by members of the Syracuse University Bandier program. David Rezak, the director of the Bandier program within the College of Visual and Performing Arts, founded the program in 1996.

Marshall Street Records signs artists, stays involved with the production of the artists’ albums and books theater-level concerts, most notably two sold-out concerts for the SU –originating band Ra Ra Riot. The label puts on a show featuring all of their electronic and other artists called Electrocuse every year.


Jay Foss- rapper

Ra Ra Riot- alternative rock

Sophistafunk- funk

Eli Harris- Jazz

Joey Milewski- Indie/emo