Syracuse Stage's "Deathtrap" thrives on element of surprise.
Since leaving TV, John Edward has switched his focus to touring.
CNY Playhouse sets "Othello" in a psychiatric hospital.
One show illuminates the other in Redhouse's double feature.
CNY-influenced actors describe their portrayals of music icons in "Motown."
SU Drama's "Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill" journeys through the composer's life.
Peter Pan origin story provokes side-splitting comedy.
One-man show "Throw Pitchfork" offers many moments of gut-deep hilarity.
Comic Paul Kozlowski talks show business, coming home to CNY.
Passionately felt small differences benefit comedy in Jeff Kramer's "The Golden Bitch."
Playwright Jason Robert Brown tells and unconventional love story in "The Last Five Years."
"The Odd Couple" returns to CNY Playhouse after a poll of patrons.
Actress Erika Olson portrays songwriter Cynthia Weil in "Beautiful," her first large production.
The strength of Syracuse Stage's "How I Learned to Drive" is two stupendous roles.
Gender-blind casting sees two men take leads in "The Queen of Bingo."