Posts Tagged ‘Syracuse Stage’
Syracuse Stage Producing Artistic Director Timothy Bond talks about the impact of writer August Wilson, specifically Two Trains Running, which is playing this month at the theater. Syracuse Stage has run seven of Wilson’s ten plays that chronicle African American life in each decade of the 20th Century.
Bond, who is the director for Two Trains, said Wilson’s plays are “poetic blues operas.”
Here is a piece on the background and planning for the Syracuse Stage Plaza Lights along the Connective Corridor. The University will officially celebrate Phase One completion of the Corridor at Syracuse Stage in mid-December.
Syracuse Stage’s Kyle Bass recently talked on NPR on the eve of the Tony Awards about the state of race in the world of theater. He said that the stage mirrors society and vice versa.