We’ve heard great reviews and word-of-mouth praise for “The Whipping Man.” The play was directed by Timothy Bond and written by Matthew Lopez. Here’s an interview Bond did with Kenny Dees last week.
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“There’s a word meant for you…When you find it, live it, and share it…your life will become more exciting and purposeful than ever.”
-One Word that Will Change Your Life
Britton, Page & Gordon
The city gave a farewell flash mob for Nancy Cantor today at three locations: The Warehouse, City Hall, and Syracuse Stage.
If there was one word that can describe her tenure it was engage. Cantor engaged the alumni, students, sports fans, the government, the environmentalists, urbanites, artists, and several of our neighborhoods.
Most important, Cantor engaged our attention. Her leadership showed us more was possible.
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.