Syracuse Stage announces 2012-13 season

I can’t believe it’s already time for this, but theaters are beginning to announce upcoming seasons. Syracuse Stage just announced one filled with new renderings of classic plays and work from some of the best modern playwrights.  - Lauren Smart

MOBY DICK

A Riveting, Physical Adaptation with 16 Authentic Sea Shanties
October 10 – November 4, 2012
“Riveting. A brilliant new adaptation… interspersed with a score of haunting traditional sea shanties.” – Nassau Herald

 

Irving Berlin’s WHITE CHRISTMAS

The Beloved and Heartwarming Musical with a Score of American Standards
November 23 – December 30, 2012
“Great family fun… a holiday hit!” – St. Louis Post Dispatch

 

August Wilson’s TWO TRAINS RUNNING

Glorious Storytelling, Humorous and Politically Potent
Directed by Timothy Bond
January 30 – February 17, 2013 “Glorious storytelling…  a penetrating revelation of a world hidden from view to those outside it.” – The New York Times

 

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Enchanted Woods, Romance, and Rollicking, Frolicking Comedy
By William Shakespeare
March 6 – 31, 2013
“A celebration of life and fancy, of man and his imagination, his fate, and the brevity of his brief candle in the light of the world.” – The New York Times

 

GOOD PEOPLE

Sharp Humor from South Boston—A Clash of Race and Class
By David Lindsay-Abaire
April 24 – May 12, 2013 
“Grandly entertaining… David Lindsay-Abaire’s best work to date.” – Slant Magazine

AN ILIAD

An Edgy Adaptation of Homer’s Epic Story Told by a Single Poet
Adapted from Homer by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare
May 15 – June 9, 2013
“A sweeping, visceral theatrical event that commands attention from start to finish.” – TheatreMania.com

 

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