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Tickets to Syracuse Stage's 2015-16 Season on Sale Monday

Tickets for all shows in Syracuse Stage's 2015/16 Season will be available for purchase starting at midnight on September 21. For select performances, pre- and post- show events will be offered free for ticket holders. Events include opening night parties, live music, happy hours, discussions, and more.

Ticket options include Season Tickets, Flex Packs, Group Tickets, and Single Tickets. All packages and performances will be available for purchase at midnight on September 21 at www.syracusestage.org. Tickets will also be available at 10 a.m. on September 21 at the Syracuse Stage Box Office, 820 East Genesee Street, and by phone at 315-443-3275. Group tickets are available at 315-443-9844. A complete list of special event dates and programming can be found here.

SPECIAL EVENTS - FREE FOR TICKET HOLDERS

Opening Night Parties feature live music and free food following Friday opening night performances. Mingle with the cast. The bar stays open late. Upcoming featured musicians include Castle Creek Band, Nancy Kelly, Ronnie Leigh, Bill Horrace Trio, MG3 Jazz Organ Trio, and The Ruddy Well Band.

Happy Hours liven up Thursday nights with half-price drinks, signature cocktails, and complimentary appetizers from local restaurants. Located in the Sutton Pavilion at Syracuse Stage. Always something different! Upcoming events include "Martini Masquerade Happy Hour" featuring 1911 Spirits from Beak & Skiff, "Never Grow Up" Happy Hour, "Southern Dessert Soiree," and more.

Wednesday@1 Lectures feature guest speakers offering insights about our plays and playwrights. Upcoming guest lecturers include Evan Smith, teacher of comedy writing in Television, Radio and Film in SU's Newhouse school; Miles Taylor, teacher of Literature and children's literature at LeMoyne; Chris Woodworth, teacher of theatre at Hobart & William Smith; Noble Maillard, teacher in the SU College of Law; Gail Hamner, teacher in the Religion department at Syracuse University; and Mike Goode, teacher in the English Department at Syracuse University.

Prologues offer an opportunity for audience members to meet cast members and other artists an hour before select performances through moderated, 20-minute discussions. Stage offers three Prologues for each production. A complete schedule is available online.

Actor Talkback Series provides a lively discussion with actors following Sunday night performance.



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