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17-18 Hair


Book and Lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado
Music by Galt MacDermot
Directed by Melissa Rain Anderson

Wilson Stage

The original love-rock musical celebrates the 60s with songs like "Aquarius;" "Good Morning, Starshine;" and "Let the Sun Shine In." Claude, Berger, and their friends balance their bohemian lives and the sexual revolution with their rebellion against the Vietnam War and their parents. It's the summer of love in all its barefoot, long-haired, bell-bottomed, beaded and fringed glory.


17-18 Fortune

Written and Directed by Deborah Zoe Laufer
In Partnership with the Hangar Theatre, Ithaca

Fielding Stage

A new romantic comedy about finding love, whether it's in the cards (or not). Maude is a 30-something storefront psychic who has given up on love. When Jeremy, a downhearted, love-hungry accountant, stumbles into her shop, she wrestles with fate and destiny.


17-18 Thurgood

By George Stevens, Jr.
Directed by Lou Bellamy

Wilson Stage

The inspiring story of the first African-American to sit on the Supreme Court of the United States. Thurgood spans the impressive 58-year career of Justice Thurgood Marshall, from his early days as the civil rights lawyer arguing the landmark case of Brown vs. Board of Education, to the end of institutionalized segregation in 1954, and his appointment to the highest court in the land.


17-18 A Christmas Carol

November 29 - December 29

Directed by Mark Cuddy

Wilson Stage

Rochester's family holiday tradition, A Christmas Carol, returns in this sparkling production! This family classic will awaken your heart and rekindle your spirit with magic, music and merriment!


17-18 Hard Cell

By Brent Askari
Directed by Skip Greer

Wilson Stage

A madcap new comedy of errors and mistaken identity. When college professor Nick Abtahi finds himself lost in a small, one-horse Midwestern town, the welcome mat doesn't exactly get rolled out by its crazy collection of locals. This laugh out loud comedy makes its world premiere at Geva.


17-18 The Magician's Daughter

By Lila Rose Kaplan
Directed by Shelley Butler

Fielding Stage

Inspired by Shakespeare's THE TEMPEST, this play is magical. The Magician Prospero and his daughter Miranda dazzle and delight until the day Miranda quits. A rift grows between them as Miranda searches for the courage to let her father know how his addiction has affected her life. What she doesn't expect is to learn how much she loves him.


17-18 The Humans

By Stephen Karam
Directed by Mark Cuddy
A Co-Production with Syracuse Stage

Fielding Stage

Winner of four 2016 Tony Awards including 'Best Play.' As the Blake family gathers for Thanksgiving in a tiny apartment, indignities flare up and tensions reach a boiling point over the turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes. This funny, and heart-tugging play was the toast of Broadway two seasons ago.


17-18 At Wit's End

At Wit's End
March 12 - March 31

Directed by Mark Cuddy

From the playwright of Erma Bombeck, one of our country's most beloved humorists, captured the frustrations of her generation by asking, "If life is a bowl of cherries, what am I doing in the pits?" Starring "Suburban Outlaw" and columnist Pam Sherman, this is the story behind America's favorite average housewife who championed the lives of women with an incomparable wit that sprang from the most unexpected place of all - the truth.


17-18 Native Gardens

By Karen Zacarias
Directed by Melissa Crespor
A Co-Production with Syracuse Stage

Wilson Stage

From the playwright of The Book Club Play, comes a brilliant new comedy redefining what it means to "be neighborly." A disagreement over a property line becomes a war of green thumbs for neighbors, spinning out of proportion with hilarious results.


17-18 The Royale

By Marco Ramirez
Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh
In Partnership with Kitchen Theatre, Ithaca

Fielding Stage

Get your ringside seats for this electrifying drama that packs an unforgettable punch. Boxer Jay "The Sport" Jackson wants to be the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. But it's 1905 and in racially segregated Jim Crow America, his chances are about as good as getting knocked out. From the award-winning writer of "Orange is the New Black" and "Sons of Anarchy."


17-18 Revival

Written and Directed by Keith Glover

Wilson Stage

Revival brings blues legend Son House back to life on the Geva stage. From his beginnings in rural Mississippi, through personal crises and his relatively obscure life in Rochester, to the stunning rebirth of his career in 1964. A celebration of the musical legacy of the man who inspired generations of blues artists from B.B. King, Eric Clapton, and Bonnie Raitt, to Susan Tedeschi, Joe Bonamassa, and Jack White.


All plays, dates, artists, and prices subject to change.

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