Theatre Productions

NEXT: COVID, Technology and The World We've Created

Image of a globe with a bandaid on it, in a spotlight on a dark background with a technology glith effect, with production title

On demand beginning at 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 9. 
Link coming soon!

Devised, Directed and Choreographed by David Wynen
Music Directed by Robyn Womersley

This original performance piece presented in three acts will use the current social, environmental and political atmosphere as its backdrop. Act one will light- heartedly discuss Covid and its impact on ourselves, the communities we live in and the world. Act two will look at technology and how we are using it as a way of functioning day to day in this disaster. How much do we rely on technology and how have we learnt to adapt and grow out of necessity?

Act three is based on a song written by Freddie Mercury and Brian May titled “Is This The World We Created”. It will reflect on this pivotal moment in history and ask: How did we end up here? And where do we go to from here?

Performances by Marina G. Cintron, Zoe Geisser, Rita Guo, Tyler Johnsen, Allison Kujawa, Briana Mannarino, Julianna Mpazicos, Julia Rakus, Patrick Saint Ange, Joshua Schull, Eliana Tajfel, Sarah Walilkas, Kelsey Weisburd.
Stage managed by Jenna Cooperman
Production, Sound, Costumes, Videography, Design and Editing by David Wynen
Associate Video Editor, Patrick Saint Ange
Wardrobe and Wigs, RJ Fox, Julia Rakus
Costume crew, Stamatia Dimitriou 


See our past productions
The department of theatre is insistent on providing students with lots of hands-on opportunities in theatre, beginning in their freshman year. Cast and crew for productions are comprised of undergraduate and graduate students, occasionally augmented with guest artists. Theatre productions are credit-bearing course for currently registered students.


Be sure to visit our audition information page for the latest information. Auditions for Fall productions happen in the first week of classes. Auditions for Spring productions take place towards the end of the Fall Semester.

Theatre Facilities

We are fortunate to have a variety of production facilities to work in, ranging from a 100-seat black box in the Fine Arts Building to a 1200+ seat Concert Theatre in the Anderson Center for Performing Arts.

Arts in Education

Offering special performances for curriculum enrichment through BOCES Organizations, Individual Teachers and Homeschool Networks. Matinee performances for K-12 audiences, Q & A with Cast and Crew, Discussion Panel, and OnSite Workshops when applicable.

General Box Office Information 

Tickets are sold through the Anderson Center of Performing Arts Box Office. Visit them online any time to purchase tickets or call 607-777-2787, noon-4 p.m. Monday through Friday.  

For a listing of all performing arts events at the Anderson Center, visit their website