By Kerri McAneney SYRACUSE, New York (NCC News) – The Syracuse Stage is getting busy with two shows right now. Syracuse University’s drama department is currently putting on performances for their recent show A Chorus Line, which opened October 4th, and will be running until October 13th.Twelve Angry Men will start its limited run on October 9th at the Mainstage. It will wrap up on October 27th.
The Syracuse Stage offers different resources for people with disabilities. During every show run they offer an ASL interpreted show for people with hearing impairments along with captions. In addition, for people who are blind, they offer a headset which is connected to a narration of the visual cues on stage.
Stage staff offered a relaxed performance during last year’s run of Elf, where patrons could get up out of their seats and walk around and make noises. This show will return during the run of Beauty and The Beast this winter.