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Redhouse Artistic Director Hunter Foster brings new Broadway partnerships to Syracuse

Famous Broadway artist Al Hirschfeld’s ‘RENT’ artwork will be on display and for sale at Redhouse Arts Center through a partnership with the Al Hirschfeld Foundation. By Sunny Hernandez | [email protected] Artistic Director Hunter Foster is already making moves in what is his inaugural season at the Redhouse Arts Center with new projects beginning this month. The Broadway veteran will

Inaugural season for Redhouse Arts Center director Hunter Foster includes ‘Rent’, ‘Romeo & Juliet’, and ‘Fences’.

By Mary Walrath | [email protected] With Broadway-credited artistic director Hunter Foster at the helm, the Redhouse Arts Center plans to take on the theme of family in 2019-2020 season, exploring how its different iterations inform the American and human experience. The season includes a number of names even causal theater-goes will recognize, as it opens with

Meet Hunter Foster: Redhouse’s new artistic director with Broadway credentials

By Dan Poorman  [email protected] Contributing writer at Syracuse.com Look to the front of the former Sibley’s Department Store Building on 400 South Salina Street and you’ll notice a sign for the Redhouse Arts Center that acts, appropriately this holiday season, as the bow on a new gift to downtown Syracuse. The local nonprofit, best known for its diverse

Hunter Foster named Director of the Year by The Wall Street Journal

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 CRITIC’S CHOICE: BEST THEATER OF 2018 Sparks on and Off Broadway While major musicals faltered, other stageworthy offerings were plentiful all over the U.S. map. BY TERRY TEACHOUT The Broadway musical continued its demoralizing slump in 2018, with only one new show, “The Prom,” of any merit. Otherwise, it was the

Defense Mechanism defends Rockin’ the Redhouse title

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 were

Redhouse Curtain Calls Before Its Move To Salina Street

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 doors

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