A tippler and his invisible rabbit pal unleash loony laughs in Appleseed’s Harvey
Four men come to grips with a long-ago incident of violence in Kitchen Theatre’s From White Plains
S.U. Drama scores a Whoville hit with Seussical: The Musical
Evolution takes the stand in Central New York Playhouse’s solid production of Inherit the Wind
The Redhouse offers a revisionist history lesson in the rowdy musical Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson
A man with a turntable spins old-school musical memories in Theatre First's "Drowsy Chaperone."
Syracuse Stage’s season opener proves that it’s hard to go wrong with an impeccably timed, drawing-room comedy of manners
Merry-Go-Round's Lost Highway cruises with Hank Williams songs and George Wendt's star power
Freckleface Strawberry: The Musical, a breezy hour-long children’s show
To open its 20th anniversary season, Appleseed Productions wryly throws its own party with this mounting of Harold Pinter’s darkly absurdist comedy.
Spamalot, the Broadway musical based on the 1975 movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, bursts at the seams with insanely good...
Heroes: the season opener at Ithaca’s Kitchen Theatre Company
Songs for a New World, which begins the new season at the Redhouse Arts Center, was first performed in 1995 when Brown...
Peter Colley’s I’ll Be Back Before Midnight is making an area premiere as Cortland Repertory Theatre’s season finale
In the 10 years that artistic director Jackie Maxwell has been running the Shaw Festival, at Niagara-on-the- Lake in Ontario, Canada, the...