Syracuse Stage

Syracuse Stage creates innovative, adventurous, and entertaining productions, including new plays and bold interpretations of classics and musicals.

Syracuse Stage's production of A Christmas Story for the 2010-11 season starred Timothy Davis Reed '84, professor of practice in the Department of Drama, as Ralph. (Photo: T. Charles Erickson)

The 39 Steps (Photo: Roger Mastroianni)

The Diary of Anne Frank, a production of the 2009-10 season, featured drama student Arielle Lever '10 as Anne Frank. (Photo: T. Charles Erickson)

Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Photo: T. Charles Erickson)

Woman in the Blue Dress, a special project at Syracuse’s Everson Museum of Art in conjunction with the exhibition Turner to Cézanne: Masterpieces from the Davies Collection, National Museum Wales (Photo: Michael Davis)

Tales from the Salt City (Photo: Michael Davis)

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Photo: T. Charles Erickson)

Fiddler on the Roof, a co-production of Syracuse Stage and the Department of Drama

In most cases, Syracuse Stage productions are mounted in the John D. Archbold Theatre in the Regent Theatre Complex, which the organization shares with the Department of Drama.

To learn more about Syracuse Stage, including the current season and ticket information, visit the Syracuse Stage web site.