Syracuse Stage Announces Revised and Re-Envisioned 2020-21 Season


Students work with a visiting artist onstage.
The cast of “Thoughts of a Colored Man” in the world premiere at Syracuse Stage, part of the 2019-20 season.

Syracuse Stage announced today plans for adjustments to the 2020-21 season in order to address the continuing impact of the COVID-19 virus.

Three previously announced plays will be replaced in the six-show season. The Cold Read Festival of New Plays returns with additional enhanced experiences. A series of community-focused performances and conversations will be added and subscribers will be given access to a series of special interviews and behind-the-scenes looks guided by Syracuse Stage artistic leadership.

All plays and events will be available to subscribers and patrons through online access. Currently, any decisions concerning reopening the theater for live, in-person performance are contingent on guidelines and protocols not yet established by professional unions and state and local officials.

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