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With just under a month before the opening of Peter and the Starcatcher performances, our students are busy at work reading through the script. All...
The group has been transforming a good portion of the old Sibley’s Department Store building on South Salina Street in Syracuse into the new arts center. The first main stage performance is “On Golden Pond”, which runs from March 8 through March 18, starring TV star Fred Grandy, better known as “Love Boat’s” “Gopher”. Theread more
Lockheed Martin’s Defense Mechanism won the fifth-annual “Rockin’ the Redhouse” battle of corporate bands for the second straight year. By winning the competition, Defense Mechanism receives the opportunity to perform at Funk’n Waffles Downtown and a six-hour recording package at SubCat Studios. In second place was The Dinosaurs from CXtec. The other corporate bands wereread more
The Redhouse Arts Center has sat on the edge of downtown Syracuse for more than a decade, along South West Street between bustling Armory Square and the West Side. The venue opened in 2004, debuting with David Auburn’s drama Proof, performed in a theater with fewer than 90 seats. The Redhouse will close its doorsread more
Updated Sep 21, 2017; Posted Sep 21, 2017 By Rick Moriarty firstname.lastname@example.org Syracuse, N.Y. — Construction of the new Redhouse Arts Center in downtown Syracuse is moving right along, with the first show scheduled for January. The arts center held an open house this week to show off the work going on at the formerread more
By Rick Moriarty, The Post-Standard (Article published May 7, 2017) The loss of a major tenant at the City Center project in downtown Syracuse is not stopping the Redhouse from developing part of the former Sibley’s Department Store into an arts center. Work is underway on future home of the Redhouse Arts Center. Workersread more
By Rick Moriarty, syracuse.com (Article from syracuse.com, posted on May 4, 2017) Work is underway on the Redhouse Arts Center at the former Sibley’s Department Store in downtown Syracuse. Workers are cutting a hole in a portion of the building’s attached 800-car garage to make room for the rigging for the largest of the artsread more