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:
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, recieve 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!
Disney's Tarzan: The Musical
Book by David Henry Hwang & Music by Phil Collins
Based on Edgar Rice Burrough's Tarzan of the Apes and the smash-hit 1999 Disney animated film, this delightful musical tells the story of an infant boy orphaned on the shores of West Africa who is taken in and raised by a tribe of gorillas.
Non-Members $25 / Members $15 / Students $10
All shows are in The Redhouse MainStage Theatre
Friday, July 25th @ 7pm
Saturday, July 26th @ 2pm & 7pm
Thursday, July 31st @ 7pm
Friday August 1st @ 7pm
Saturday August 2nd @ 2pm & 7pm
SUMMER TOURING SEASON
Music by Stephen Shwartz & Book by John-Michael Tebelak
USA Today says Godspell is cause to rejoice! This irresistibly exuberant production will make you a believer in the power of musical theater! This timeless tale of friendship, loyalty, and love has touched the hearts of countless theatergoers all over the world. We are making this touring show extra special by performing it in area churches!
Adult $20 / Student $15
August 7th @ 7pm, St. David's Church, 14 Jamar Dr, DeWitt, NY 13066
August 8th @ 7pm, Park Central Presbyterian, 504 E Fayette St, Syracuse, NY 13202
August 9th @ 7pm, Alibrandi Catholic Center, 110 Walnut Pl, Syracuse, NY 13210
August 14th @ 7pm, First Presbyterian Church, 64 Oswego Street, Baldwinsville, NY
August 16th @ 7pm, All Saints Church, 112 Lancaster Pl, Syracuse, NY
Lab Series Theatre:
ABOUT the LAB Series
This season's LAB Series has ended, but it will be back with 6 shows beginning this fall!
What is the Lab Series?
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.
We are excited to announce that this is our inaugural year for our LAB Series! Due to a generous grant, we are now transforming our rehearsal space into our LAB Space, making it an active learning black-box style theatre. The purpose of this series is for new actors and new directors can get their feet wet and focus on the process of putting on a sh
ow in its many aspects. The end product is a weekend of up close and personal theatre that we want you to be a part of!
How does the LAB Series work?
January - February: Directors are selected annually after completing the application process.
March: Directors then attend RH auditions, callbacks, and casting meetings to cast their production.
April: Casting offers are sent out to auditioning actors and cast lists are finalized.
July - August: All directors attend a series of directing workshops and classes with Executive Director Stephen Svoboda (attendance is required to participate in program). September - May: Rehearsal process and performances.
LAB Shows Pictured Below: A Doll’s House Set-Up, ‘night Mother and Dog Sees God.
Moonshine Movie Madness:
Presenting, Residency and Art Installations:
ABOUT Presenting & Residency
The Redhouse welcomes growth opportunities for performance artists and theatre companies to spend time in our space, with our professionals, to workshop or present their show & talents. Each type of residency is unique in the artist's goal. Previous Residencies Included: Singer/Songwriter Pearl Rhein, Singer/Songwriter Brian Detlefs, and most recently, the Split Knuckle theatre company with The Curious Case of Phineas Gage.
Residency hopefuls must apply via specified application. The application process is currently closed for the 2014-15 season. Please check back for details when the new period opens, or e-mail email@example.com with any questions.
ABOUT our Gallery Spaces
The Redhouse hosts two gallery spaces; a nonprofit art gallery located on the second floor of the Redhouse and their Café Gallery that is used to incorporate community art with our theatre production’s themes.
The Joan Lukas Rothenberg Gallery resides on the second floor. Its mission is to present and commission contemporary art that engages viewers in meaningful and important cultural, social and political issues. In keeping with Joan’s Vision, the Women Artists Series, specifically focuses on educating and empowering women through a series of emerging, mid-career and local student exhibitions, highlighting women artists.
Joan Lukas Rothenberg Gallery is free and open to the public by appointment Monday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm by calling 315-425-0405.
The Café Gallery is open to the public during all Redhouse events and Box Office hours (M-Sat 10am-4pm). The Café Gallery has hosted works of art from professional independent artists, to community partners, to our educational partners such as Arc of Onondaga and Elmcrest, to the Syracuse Poster Project and our own redED Art Academy students. This coming June, we will be displaying the winners of the 2014 Area Zoo Photography Contest!
I’m an Artist, how do I submit my work?
The Red House Curatorial Advisory Board reviews submission on a rolling basis. If you are interested in submitting work, please send your bio, artist statement, work examples and press materials in a stamped envelope so we can return your materials.
Packages must be addressed to:
Red House Arts Center
201 S. West Street
Syracuse, NY 13202
Questions? Contact our Gallery Curator:
Artists Pictured Below: Scott Hutchinson, Marianne Dalton and The Molly Project