Arts & Culture
Alternative Text
Arts & Culture
Published: May 4, 2022

The communication and rhetorical studies master’s student talks his new play “Pass(ed)over” and the importance of highlighting queer history.

The company of the 2021-2022 national tour of CATS
Arts & Culture
Published: April 28, 2022

The national touring company of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic musical performed at the Landmark Theatre on Tuesday night.

Rishan Dhamija, Blake Segal, Angie Janas, Kate Hamill, and John Tufts in "The Play that Goes Wrong," at Syracuse Stage
Arts & Culture
Published: April 16, 2022

Review: Syracuse Stage’s spirited farce delivers clever jokes at a rollicking pace and left the opening-night audience in stitches on Friday.

Actresses playing the Pink Ladies took the stage in FYP's "Grease" on Friday
Arts & Culture
Published: April 9, 2022

Cheers filled Goldstein Auditorium this weekend as the student-run organization staged its annual show.

Hamilton
Arts & Culture
Published: March 17, 2022

The Philip cast brings a new take to the iconic characters of “Hamilton,” recreating the modern classic musical.

Hamilton
Arts & Culture
Published: March 13, 2022

Marcus Choi talks about playing George Washington, being back on tour and his favorite aspects of the show.

A painting by Syracuse artist Kevin Lucas
Arts & Culture
Published: March 8, 2022

With the launch of his new website, Lucas hopes to focus on art full-time and surround himself with other artists.

Danceworks Walk of Fame
Arts & Culture
Published: March 6, 2022

The dance organization displayed its talent in the “Walk of Fame” showcase this weekend in Goldstein Auditorium.

The Han clothes runway show at SU's Chinese New Year Celebration
Arts & Culture
Published: February 28, 2022

Goldstein Auditorium filled with color, music and poetry celebrating Chinese culture

Tanya De León, Robert Ariza, and Bobby Plasencia in the world premiere of "Somewhere Over the Border" at Syracuse Stage
Arts & Culture
Published: February 26, 2022

Syracuse Stage’s world premiere musical falls short on emotional impact until the end