Welcome to The Redhouse, a Non-Profit Arts Center



Welcome to redED!

RedEd provides enriching, exciting, and engaging theater camps and classes for students of all ages and abilities throughout the year. Students work in community with professional actors, designers, teaching artists, choreographers, and more visiting artists from across the region and nationally to develop the skills to succeed both on and off the stage



– View scholarship form here

– Payment plans available upon request. Contact erin@theredhouse.org for more information.



Our Camps and Classes



Interested in a sold out class? Call our Box Office at (315) 362-2785 to be placed on a wait list!


  • School Tour
    • RedEd tours an hour-long musical adaption of literature for young people. This year’s Redhouse will premiere the musical adaptation of “James and the Giant Peach.” For more information contact education@theredhouse.org. Redhouse’s production is available for funding through BOCES Arts in Education funds.




  • Classes Coming Soon
    • Complete class and masterclass list coming soon. Check back in October for an updated list of course offerings including Shakespeare and musical theater spring and winter break classes.



Meet Our Staff

Cotter, David BW

David Cotter, Director of Educational Program

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Marguerite Mitchell, Curriculum and Learning Coordinator


Erin Lafferty, Camps and Outreach Coordinator and Resident Choreographer

Chris Coffey BW

Chris Coffey, Education Associate


Thank you to all of our Community Partners!

Arc of Onondaga

Art Surge

Elmcrest Children’s Center

Hillside Family of Agencies

Exceptional Family Resources


Advocates, Inc.

Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company

Vera House, Inc.

SAGE Upstate

TransAlliance of CNY

ACR’s Q Center

Gay Alliance Speakers Bureau

LGBT Resource Center

LGBT Syracuse

Southwest Community Center

Northeast Community Center

St. David’s Church in DeWitt, NY


44 Hearts

Ophelia’s Place

Syracuse Stories

Africa Bound

Community Folk Art Center (CFAC)

Barnes and Noble, DeWitt



For information on how your organization can partner with The redhouse, email education@theredhouse.org or call 315-362-2788.