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The Doctor is in: “Seussical the Musical” at SU Drama

The Doctor is in: “Seussical the Musical” at SU Drama

Seussical the Musical Who: SU Drama Where: 820 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, NY When: Through October 20th Tickets: $17 (Students & Seniors), $19 (Adults) Review by: Nicholas Schmiedicker Way down in Syracuse, on a stage full of lights, the cast of Seussical the Musical honored the Doctor in their performance Friday night. The plight of Horton, the only creature of … Continue reading

“Hello, Dolly!” my old friend: Famous Artists Broadway and Sally Struthers bring back a classic

“Hello, Dolly!” my old friend: Famous Artists Broadway and Sally Struthers bring back a classic

Hello, Dolly! Who Famous Artists Broadway Where 760 S. State St. Syracuse, NY When October 8th-10th Tickets $37-$70 Review by Nick Reichert There are old war horses in the world of musical theatre that get done to death. Whether on the amateur or professional stage, universally known guaranteed box-office hauls such as West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, Oklahoma!, My … Continue reading

The Redhouse’s “Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson” is a sexy and rebellious musical satire.

The Redhouse’s “Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson” is a sexy and rebellious musical satire.

Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson Who The Redhouse Where 201 S. West St. Syracuse, NY When Through October 19th Tickets $30/$20 for members Review by Nick Reichert “I’m wearing some tight, tight jeans and tonight we’re delving into some serious, serious shit. I’m Andrew Jackson. I’m your President. Let’s go!” And with that opening declaration, the Redhouse’s production of “Bloody, Bloody … Continue reading

Fun and farce in Camelot.

Fun and farce in Camelot.

Monty Python’s Spamalot Who CNY Playhouse Where 3649 Erie Blvd E., Syracuse, NY When Through September 21st Tickets $20-$25 Review by Miriam Taylor On opening night of the Central New York Playhouse’s performance of the cult classic Spamalot, audience members whispered lines and whistled songs in match with the players. With this much adoration and familiarity, it’s difficult for a … Continue reading

Songs for a new, yet confusing world

Songs for a new, yet confusing world

Songs for a New World Who Redhouse Arts Center Where 201 S. West St. Syracuse When Through September 7th Tickets $30; $20 for members Review by Melanie Lustig If a show-tune “American Idol” sounds like an enjoyable evening, head over to The Redhouse Arts Center and bask in strong, belted musical numbers with limited plot and lots of … Continue reading

Learning how to spell with Melodramatics Theatre Company

Learning how to spell with Melodramatics Theatre Company

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee   Who Melodramatics Theatre Company, Inc.  Where Risley Theatre at Cornell University; 302 Risley Hall, Ithaca When Through April 20 Tickets $15; $10 for students Review by Christina Riley  F-U-N sums up Melodramatics Theatre Company’s production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Jon Hamel directs this six time Tony nominated musical at Cornell’s Risley … Continue reading