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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

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

Not growing up at the Redhouse

Not growing up at the Redhouse

Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up Who Redhouse Arts Center Where 201 S. West St. Syracuse When Through May 11 Tickets $20; $15 for members Review by Eesha Patkar Ever since time immemorial (or just the 20th century, really), an impudent little boy with a fondness for flying and the color green has stubbornly insinuated himself … Continue reading

It’s all in the timing at Redhouse

It’s all in the timing at Redhouse

Noises Off Who Redhouse Arts Center Where 201 S. West St. Syracuse When Through April 6 Tickets $20; $15 for members Review by Josh Austin What’s that aged advice for amateur actors? Oh, yes: When you’re nervous, just imagine the audience in their underwear. But what happens when acute stage fright slips into a conscious coma? Props are forgotten, lines … Continue reading

The naked truth: more love than lust at the District Festival

The naked truth: more love than lust at the District Festival

The Full Monty Who The District Festival Where  The Empire Theater, 581 State Fair Blvd. Syracuse When Through March 24 Tickets $20 per show; $50 for all three Review by Paige Cooperstein ‘The Full Monty’ is a production by Redhouse Arts Center and is presented as part of The District Festival, a collaborative Syracuse theater event presented by Rarely Done Productions, Appleseed … Continue reading

Breaking the Fourth Wall with ‘W;t’ at Redhouse

Breaking the Fourth Wall with ‘W;t’ at Redhouse

W;t Who Redhouse Arts Center Where 201 S. West St. Syracuse When Through Feb. 2 Tickets $15-25; $10 for students Review by Christina Riley Gripping monologues, poignant turns of phrases, erudite speeches and a heartfelt, real life struggle form the essence of Wit, the Pulitzer Prize-winning, one-act play. However, these aspects are dourly overshadowed in … Continue reading

Big hair and even bigger voices fill the Redhouse

Big hair and even bigger voices fill the Redhouse

Hairspray Who Redhouse Arts Center Where 201 S. West St. Syracuse When Through Dec. 15 Tickets $15-25; $10 for students Review by Josh Austin It’s a musical filled with big hair and huge voices. Hairspray, The Redhouse’s latest production, channels everything gaudy. A subversive accolade to the ‘60s, this musical brings a retrospectively packaged pop-driven, glammed up feel to … Continue reading