Current Season

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TICKETS ARE FREE.  RESERVATIONS ADVISED (email: sbpockettheatre@gmail.com)

 

 

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November 13-15th & 20-22nd @ 8:00pm
November 16st & 23rd @ 2:00pm

Tickets available at the Staller Center Box Office

 

 

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October 31st @ 8pm
November 1st @ 6pm **NO dinner served**
November 1st @ 8:30pm

Tickets available at the Staller Center Box Office

 

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Science Fair is an opera-singer's love-song to the scientific worldview. Conceived and performed by mezzo-soprano Hai-Ting Chinn, Science Fair melds Science and Opera into a witty evening of songs, slides, and live experiments. The words of working scientists, writers, and teachers are set to music by contemporary composers and become songs about the phases of the moon, the chemistry behind the baking-soda volcano, the history of the universe, and, above all, the wonder of the scientific worldview.  With music by Matthew Schickele, Stefan Weisman, and Renée Favand-See

Hai-Ting Chinn Performer
Erika Switzer Pianist
 
Hai-Ting Chinn Bio: American Mezzo-soprano Hai-Ting Chinn performs in a wide range of styles and venues, from Purcell to Pierrot Lunaire, Cherubino to The King & I, J.S. Bach to P.D.Q. Bach. She was featured in the revival and tour of Phillip Glass’s Einstein on the Beach, performed at venues around the world from 2011–2014, and she is currently singing the role of Belle in Glass’s La Belle et la Bête, also on tour. She has performed with New York City Opera, The Wooster Group, OperaOmnia, the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, and the Waverly Consort; and on the stages of Carnegie Hall, the Mann Center in Philadelphia, the Edinburgh Festival, the Verbier Festival, and London’s West End.
 
Erika Switzer Bio: Canadian collaborative pianist Erika Switzer performs regularly in vocal recitals in New York, across Canada and in Europe.  She is a founding faculty artist of the Vancouver International Song Institute and a professor at Bard College.  She is co-creator of the art song-devoted podcast and ezine “Sparks & Wiry Cries” with soprano Martha Guth.  Ms. Switzer won first prize for Best Pianist at the Wigmore Hall International Song Competition and the Best Pianist award at the Robert Schumann International Vocal Competition.
 
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Send for the Million Men is a gallery exhibition and solo stage performance about the trial and execution of Sacco and Vanzetti, two anarchists accused of a payroll robbery in Massachusetts . Using his unique blend of robotics, puppets, and hand made projectors, Silovsky paints the story of these two men and their effect on the world during the turbulent 1920s.

Catherine McRae Sound Designer/ musician
Victor Morales Media designer/ performer
Joseph Silovsky Creator/ prop/set designer/ performer

Catherine McRae is one half of the duo The Quavers.  She has worked with musicians, writers and filmmakers, including Patti Smith, Vic Chesnutt, members of Fugazi, Nick Tosches, Jem Cohen, and Richard Maxwell. With the Quavers she co-creates live scores for films like Danny Williams Factory Films and Sam Green’s The Measure of All Things.
 
Victor Morales is a director, performer and designer.  He has worked with Chris Kondek, Findlay/Sandsmark, Baghdad Brennt, and the Wooster Group.  He was the A.I.R. at the Festspielhaus St. Pölten, Austria (2009-2010). His solo performances and design work explores video game engines as simulation environments.
 
Joseph Silovsky has been creating for theater since 1990, presenting work at St Anne's Warehouse, PS122, and HERE, as well as in Chicago and Rakveres, Estonia.  Joseph has received Yaddo and LMCC Process Space residencies, as well as grants from Art Matters, and the Henson, Axe-Houghton, and Puffin Foundations.

 

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Sept. 18-20, 25-27 @8pm
Sept. 21st & 28th @ 2pm

Tickets available at the Staller Center Box Office
General: $30
SBU Students w/ ID: $15
Student Rush tickets: $7

 

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Antigone

 

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Staller [Off] Center

March 7th @7:30pm Staller Center Theatre 1

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David Ives' THE LIAR

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Photographs courtesy of Metsha A. Renois

The Liar, a wild, effervescent and entertaining romp of a play, will be produced by the Theatre Arts Department in November. According to playwright, David Ives, The Liar explores “the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, as refracted in a theatrical fun-house mirror” and is what he calls a “translaptation” of Corneille’s 17th century comedy of the same name (Ives defines translaptation as “a translation with a heavy dose of adaptation”) . The play is packed with:  mistaken identities, serial lying, compulsive truth- telling, love tangles , jumbled jealousies, sassiness ,swagger and  sagacity--something to engage and amuse everyone--and all  in clever,  hilarious, rhyming verse.

THE LIAR plays November 14 - 16 and 21 - 23 at 8pm, November 17 and 24 at 2pm.

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Pocket Theatre's The Boy with No Name
November 8th @ 7pm, November 9th @ 2pm & 7pm
Tickets $3; Staller Center Theatre Three

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Staller [Off] Center
October 17, 7pm @ Tabler Arts Center

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Announcements:

Pocket Theatre presents:

Who's Afraid
of Virginia Wolf?

Dec. 4 @ 7pm
Dec. 6 @ 2pm
Dec. 7 @ 7pm
 

Down the Road

Dec. 5 @ 8pm
Dec. 6 @ 8pm
Dec. 7 @ 2pm
 
 
 
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Tickets are FREE
Suggested Donation: $5

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