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July 9, 2016
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July 15,
July 22 -
August 6, 2016
August 19-27,
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July 8, 2016
September 16-
October 1,
Don't Feed the Actors Improv Comedy Show
Saturday July 16, 2016 8PM
The crazy kids of Don't Feed the Actors make their Central New
York Playhouse debut.  DFtA specializes in audience interactive
improv and is one of the longest running improv troupes in Central
New York.  Having toured all over Central New York their large
stable of theatrically trained actors rotate in and out of each show,
ensuring a unique experience each time.
 They are scheduled to
come back 9 times in 2016.
$10 Advance $12 Door.    Click here for
more on DFtA.  
Choose from our 2016 Dates
10 Performances June 17 - July 2, 2016
1776 runs for 10 performances June 17 - July 2, 2016. Thursdays, Fridays, and
Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm. Early Bird Pricing ends June 1, 2016. Call
315-885-8960 for reservations.

Plot:  The seminal event in American history blazes to vivid life in this most
unconventional of Broadway hits. 1776 puts a human face on the pages of
history as we see the men behind the national icons: proud, frightened,
uncertain, irritable, charming, often petty and ultimately noble figures
determined to do the right thing for a fledgling nation. It's the summer of 1776,
and the nation is ready to declare independence...if only our founding fathers
can agree to do it! 1776 follows John Adams of Massachusetts, Benjamin
Franklin of Pennsylvania, and Richard Henry Lee and Thomas Jefferson of
Virginia as they attempt to convince the members of the second Continental
Congress to vote for independence from the shackles of the British monarchy
by signing the Declaration of Independence.
All credit cards are charged a small convenience charge.  All Tickets
are held at the door under the name of purchaser.
Show Only Tickets
September 16-
October 1,
One Night Music Series:  Songbirds
Kate Crawford leads a group of promising young
female songwriters including Julia Grippe,
Savannah Harmon, and Trayn Suprenanti.  Join us
for a ight of song and story.  $10 Advance, $12
Door.  Doors open at 7:30 Show at 8pm.
Friday July 15, 2016 8PM
All credit cards are charged a small convenience
charge.  All Tickets are held at the door under the
name of purchaser.
Saturday July 9, 2016 8pm
Local up and coming comic TravisBlunt headlines our lastshowcase before our
summer Championship series.  $10 Advance, $12 Door

Headiner:   Travis Blunt

Hosted by Will Phillips

Competing Comics:  Charlie Fruscii, RJ Purpura, Jim Klaisle, John Gaalli, Jen
Stephenson Maryanne Donnelly John Leonard Bellavia
Cuse Comedy Showcase featuring Travis Blunt
The Beatles II Cabaret
A Collaborative cabaret featuring the music to The
Beatles.  More details tba.  $10 Advance tickets,
$12 Door.
Friday July 8, 2016 8PM
All credit cards are charged a small convenience
charge.  All Tickets are held at the door under the
name of purchaser.

10 Performances
June 17- July 2, 2016

Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays 8pm
Sundays 2pm

$25 Fridays & Saturdays, $22 Thursdays & Sundays

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July 16,
"The exceptional cast, including many local
favorites, gives a professional, passionate, and
powerful performance of the classic 1969
Broadway musical. . .
a must-see for the
-Natasha Ashley, NY Theatre Guide
Read Review here
"Central New York Playhouse’s production of
1776 (running through July 2) is a labor of love,
more than many other shows opening this
.it’s time to revisit the sweetness of
a keynote hit."

ames MacKillop, Syracuse NewTimes
Read Review here
"The best basketball and baseball teams are often built around a solid veteran player whose very presence
lifts his teammates' performances to their peak...
..Czarny marvelously managed this massive cast, but his
single most important contribution as "1776" director was casting Bob Brown as the discontented
dreamer, John Adams." - Russ Tarby, Eagle Bulletin

Read Review Here