820 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13210-1508
Administration: 315- 443-4008
Box Office: 315-443-9846
Hours: Box Office Hours are from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and two hours before each performance.
The Syracuse Stage, operating under the nickname “The Professional Theatre of Central New York,” was founded in 1974 and has produced upwards of 290 plays in its 40 seasons.
In addition to its own professional productions, the Syracuse Stage is also the primary theater used by the Syracuse University Drama Department.
Outside of The M.O.S.T
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The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology, commonly referred to as The “M.O.S.T”, includes multiple hands on exhibits, a gift shop, planetarium and an IMAX movie theater. The M.O.S.T hosts a science playhouse with trajectory devices and sound tube bridges. There’s always something new to do and see because the M.O.S.T exhibits, movies and change regularly.
The M.O.S.T is a great place for children so bring all of the young ones Downtown Syracuse to this museum. The M.O.S.T is the ideal location if you are looking to host a children’s . Do not fret! The MOST is the ideal location for corporate receptions, networking events, and holiday parties.
History and About:
The Redhouse Arts Center is fairly new to the city of Syracuse. Redhouse began when a small group of local artists decided to search for a new space. In August of 2001, they found it. Though old and neglected, they thought that the three-story brick building had character and a budding potential. It needed major renovations, a trend in the theatre district of Syracuse, and in September of 2002 a capital campaign was launched to raise the $1.4 million required to transform a former boarding house into a home for the arts. In July 2004, Redhouse first opened its doors to the public.
Syracuse Stage front entrance. Photo cred Jordan Meltz.
History and About:
Syracuse Stage is Central New York’s most prominent professional theater company. It was founded in 1974 and has produced more than 290 plays in 40 seasons. Arthur Storch (1925-2013) was the founder and the first artistic director for the Stage, one the theaters inside the building is name after him. The second stage located inside the theater is called the John D. Archbold Theater after Archbold who was a trustee for Syracuse University between the years of 1886 and 1916.