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."
SU's Drama Department takes on challenging, yet rewarding production of George Bernard Shaw’s “Major Barbara.”
"The Wizard of Oz" and "Raisin in the Sun" headline Syracuse Stage's 2017-18 lineup.
The Acting Company will present touring repertory productions of "Julius Caesar" and "X: Or, Betty Shabazz v. The Nation."
Kitchen Theater's "Sex With Strangers" is more than what its title suggests.
Boot and Buskin Theatre Club ends its season with French farce "Boeing, Boeing."
Former Blue Collar Comedy Tour comedian Bill Engvall enters new territory at del Lago.
Lauren Haughton takes role of swing member, understudy in Famous Artists' "Wicked."
Fledgling director Kasey Marie Polly takes flight in "Of Mice and Men."
"Six Degrees of Separation" packs numerous themes into 90-minute performance.
Claire Rathbun takes lead role in her mother's production of "Snow White."
"Ain’t Misbehavin’" salutes legacy of Harlem Renaissance jazz pianist Fats Waller.
Tom and Katie’s love lives are dissected in "TomKat Project."
Director Felix Ivanov gives 255-year-old "The King Stag" new life at SU.