In a city overcome by darkness and its citizens starving for food and attention can a soldier become a leader and give the people hope? How far should one man go to be a hero? Join the Syracuse Shakespeare Festival as it plunges Shakespeare's Coriolanus into a modern, gritty world, where weapons are power and no one is safe.
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this 400th Year
Syracuse Shakespeare Festival Uncorks its 2016/17 Season
Coriolanus, by William Shakespeare, directedby SaraCaliva,June 17-26, 2016Thornden Park Amphitheatre, Friday and Saturday, 5:30 pm, Sunday, 2 pm.
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
To Be Determined, (Look for an announcement on June 12th), directed by Judith Harris, Nov 4, 5 & 6,CNYCF Ballroom, Friday and Saturday, 7:30 pm, Sunday, 2 pm
Animal Crackers (the musical),music & lyrics by Bert Kalmar & Harry Ruby, book by George S. Kaufman & Morrie Ryskind, 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, Saturday, 7:30 pm, Sunday, 2 pm
Coriolanus is a pay-what-you-can show. The Taming of the Shrew is FREE. TBD, Animal Crackers and Sunset Limited are ticketed shows with prices ranging from $8 to $20. Major credit cards accepted online and at the door in addition to cash. FREE parking available at all venues. Come early to get the best spots. Tickets are available online through TicketLeap.com and on our website, syrsf.org Call 315-476-1835 for more info