Sherlock Holmes caps Syracuse Stage’s season with "Baskerville."
A modernized "Macbeth" is now showing at CNY Playhouse.
Redhouse's intimate stage plays well with the demanding "Ragtime."
Nine one-act gay-marriage-themed plays show at Jazz Central.
"A Flea in Her Ear" returns to Central New York after a 40-year hiatus.
Updated references assist the fast-paced "Complete History of America (Abridged)."
Newcomers to CNY theater community fall short in "Shakespeare (Abridged)."
Director Tim Bond ends career on high note with "The Christians."
Dark humor shades CNY Playhouse’s "The Sunshine Boys."
The strong wordplay of "The Liar" is on display at Le Moyne's Coyne Theater.
"The Spitfire Grill" continues to gain ground at Syracuse Stage.
Redhouse tackles Ruhl’s sprawling "Passion Play."
Kitchen Theatre’s "Dancing Lessons" has playful take on Aspergers.
Pat Lotito's impact on the Syracuse arts scene is felt even after her death.
First-time director Liam Fitzpatrick succeeds in production of "Our Town."