Must see programs are now playing at The Redhouse in Syracuse, NY. View what is playing: plays, musicals, concerts, gallery exhibitions, films and special events.
Main Stage Theatre:
Our main stage productions run for three weeks with a new show nearly every month! Featuring professional, community, local, and student actors alike, there’s never a dull moment on our stage. Wanna see ’em all? Subscribe to our 10th anniversary season below!
BE A SUBSCRIBER – SAVE AND GET PERKS!
BE A SUBSCRIBER – SAVE AND GET PERKS!
Subscriptions for the 2014-15 Mainstage Season are available now!
Subscriptions give you a prime, reserved seat of your choosing, for each of our 7 Mainstage Theatre Productions. Subscriptions save you over $100 when compared to purchasing regular priced tickets and $40 compared to purchasing membership priced tickets!
CHOOSE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TYPE
1. OPENING NIGHT SUBSCRIPTION: Join us every opening night, receive a complimentary drink, and hang out with the cast and crew following the show! Plus, choose your seat and get the same seat every time!
2. FLEX PASS SUBSCRIPTION: Busy Schedule? Not sure what night you want to come yet? No problem! The Flex Pass Subscription allows you to pick and choose dates for each production, and our staff will reserve you the best available seat for the show each time! If you choose this subscription, choose whichever date for each production that fits best for you!
LAB Series Theatre:
The RH LAB Series takes place in Redhouse’s new rehearsal space, which functions as a small black box theatre with lighting and audience seating. The RH LAB Series produces 5 plays a year, featuring emerging directors, actors, and designers. RH Lab provides professional training opportunities to high school, college and community members looking to gain experience in the performing arts, as well as the field(s) of production design and technical execution.
by Sarah Ruhl
In Eurydice, Sarah Ruhl reimagines the classic myth of Orpheus through the eyes of its heroine. Dying too young on her wedding day, Eurydice must journey to the underworld, where she reunites with her father and struggles to remember her lost love. With contemporary characters, ingenious plot twists, and breathtaking visual effects, the play is a fresh look at a timeless love story.
April 7 @ 8PM
April 8 @ 8PM
April 9 @ 8PM
April 10 @ 2PM
April 14 @ 8PM
April 15 @ 8PM
April 16 @ 8PM
April 17 @ 2PM
John Lennon & Me
By Cherie Bennett
John Lennon and Me tells the story of Star, the ultimate Beatles fan, who uses her love of music to cope with the day in and day out challenges of an illness that restricts her to a hospital bed.
March 4 @ 8PM
March 5 @ 8PM
March 6 @ 2PM
Lab Series Director Application
The RH LAB Series takes place in Redhouse’s rehearsal space, which functions as a small black box theatre with lighting and audience seating. The RH LAB Series produces 5 plays a year, featuring emerging directors, actors, and designers. RH Lab provides professional training opportunities to high school, college and community members looking to gain experience in the performing arts, as well as the field(s) of production design and technical execution. For questions about the process or the application please contact Shelley@theredhouse.org.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY
Moonshine Musical Mania:
A new twist on the old favorite! This series includes film screenings, live readings (sometimes in drag!) and audience participation… and drinking rules apply! Your first drink is on us with admission to the event! (We know not everyone consumes alcoholic beverages, so we are happy to substitute for a soft drink, tea or coffee to join us in our game.)
We have friends in all the right places, and sometimes they come to visit! We love presenting work by other theatre companies, because we just can’t do it all alone! Check it out!
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Originally from Syracuse, NY, KAREN OBERLIN has been a fan of Elvis Costello since her early teens, when his young angst, disillusionment and vulnerable heart seemed perfectly in synch with her own. For her new show, Karen brings forth a collection of material from her more than 30 years of following his eclectic, fascinating career to express some of the most intriguing elements of this unique singer/songwriter’s work and life. www.karenoberlin.com
"Karen Oberlin’s extensively researched, beautifully executed tribute to the music of Elvis Costello... is a major leap forward into full-scale noir, an artistic demimonde that she illuminates with a dark blue glow." -- Stephen Holden, the New York Times
“Thrilling. Ms Oberlin is as lovely to look at as she is to hear”
Tedd Firth, Piano, Musical Director
Sean Harkness, Guitar
Steve Doyle, Bass
February 19 & 20 @ 8:00PM
February 19 @ 8:00PM
February 20 @ 8:00PM
“Artist Overview”: Soul Steps, using the body as a percussive instrument, embraces the rich African-American college tradition known as “stepping” to present work that explores the universality and language of rhythm. Soul Steps has performed nationally and internationally, presenting its work to communities from Brooklyn to Kosovo to Ireland and beyond.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
*Any available tickets will be given out on a first come, first serve basis on the night of the show. Thank You.
February 26 @ 8:00PM
Orson Welles/ Shylock
This unique blend of comedy and tragedy and fact and fantasy chronicles Welles’ many unsuccessful attempts to play the role of Shylock from Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice and the surprising and heartbreaking ways that his life overlapped with the characters. “Endlessly entertaining, Chiorini’s Orson Welles/Shylock takes listeners on a roller-coaster ride through time, space, and the mind of Orson Welles, cutting (as radio can do) from decade to decade and location to location with a word, and (with only four actors on stage playing all the parts) assembling a Shakespeare-sized cast of real (and imaginary) people.”
A Docu-Fantasy Radio Play By Matt Chiorini
March 3 & 4 @ 8:00PM
$10 General Admission
March 3 @ 8:00PM
March 4 @ 8:00PM
Plunge is a solo work that combines the use of body puppets, marionettes, masks,
dance, and music. Utilizing rhythmic music, dancers, body puppets and larger then life
marionettes, LOCO 7 weaves a choreography which extends beyond the body of the dancer. Dealing with themes such as South American Culture & History, the immigrants’ experience and urban life, Restrepo creates animated movement, in an ever-changing and surreal
environment, bringing the stage to life.
At The Redhouse Arts Center
April 15 & 16 @ 8:00PM
April 15 @ 8:00PM
April 16 @ 8:00PM
Rockin' The Redhouse
Place: The Landmark Theater
Date: March 11, 2016
Doors Open: 5:30pm
Tickets: $10 in advance, $15 at the door
Call the box office at 315.362.2785 for tickets, and more information