by Michael Frayn

where farce & slapstick meet love & door slamming

Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

» Feb 10-19, 2017 Tickets are available NOW on
» Empire Theater @ NYS Fairgrounds OR by calling 315-476-1835
Fri/Sat, 7:30 pm; Sun 2 pm Prices range from $8 to $30
Directed by Dan Stevens       See you at the show...

SU’s Nancy Cantor Warehouse, 350 W. Fayette St.,

 Room 001, Syracuse, NY 13202, 315-476-1835


Variety is the Spice of Shakespeare
this 400th Year

Syracuse Shakespeare Festival Adds a Shakespeare Show to Its 2016/17 Season

Coriolanus, by William Shakespeare, directed by Sara Caliva,
June 17-26, 2016 Thornden Park Amphitheatre, Friday and Saturday, 5:30 pm, Sunday, 2 pm. (BIG HIT...thanks for supporting us)

The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare,
directed by Ronnie Bell, August 12-21, Thornden Park Amphitheatre, Friday and Saturday, 5:30, Sunday, 2 pm (BIG HIT...thanks for supporting us)

 Freud's Last Session, by Mark St. Germain, 
directed by Judith Harris, starring Simon Moody and Jack Sherman
Dec 2 & 3 
CNYCF BallroomFriday and Saturday, 7:30 pm (Our BEST fundraising show yet, SRO on Saturday, December 3rd.  Thank You)

Noises Off, by Michael Frayn, directed by Dan Stevens
Feb 10-19, 2017, Empire Theater at NYS Fairgrounds,
Friday and Saturday, 7:30 pm, Sunday, 2 pm

Sunset Limited, by Cormac McCarthy, directed by Tony Brown, April 1-9, 2017, SU’s Cantor Warehouse Theatre, Four shows only
Saturday, 7:30 pm, Sunday, 2 pm

Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare,
directed by Ronnie Bell, Thornden Park Amphitheater,
Friday June 2, 2017, special school show @ 10 a.m.,
Sat. Jun 3 & 10, Fri. Jun 9 @ 5:30 pm; Sun Jun 4 & 11 @ 2 pm

Noises Off 
and Sunset Limited

are ticketed shows with prices ranging from $8 to $30. 
Major credit cards accepted online, by phone and at the door. Cash and credit at the door.  FREE parking available at all venues.  Come early to get the best spots. 
Tickets are available online through, on our website,  OR by calling 315-476-1835

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