Syracuse Stage

September 15 Syracuse Stage: Cry for Peace: Voices from the Congo

Syracuse Stage’s ‘Cry for Peace’ a declamatory chorus of horrific tales too easily ignored

No actors to be found here — just real people recounting real atrocities in a real world far from the comfort of our own

By Barbara Haas

Timothy Bond, artistic director of Syracuse Stage, has often expressed his belief in the community-building power of theater…

Mar. 9 Syracuse Stage: Red

‘Red’ examines complex colors of abstract painter Mark Rothko but sees little beyond black and white

Syracuse Stage mounts an intense, if uneven, portrait of the troubled artist in its production of the 2010 Tony Award-winning play

By David Feldman

John Logan’s Red was the most talked about British theatre import of 2010…