Rochester, New York City Guide
Rochester, NY City Guide

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Theatre in the Rochester, NY Area


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  • Blackfriars Theatre.  Google Map
  • Bristol Valley Theater.  "Bristol Valley Theater (BVT) is a professional summer theater in Naples, NY, at the south end of Canandaigua Lake in the Finger Lakes region, one hour south of Rochester and one hour north of Corning. Performances run from June 13 to September 1. Five shows are produced in 13 weeks, plus one children’s show that runs two weeks with a week of local touring. The schedule is fast-paced; the atmosphere is welcoming, hard-working, professional and fun. Housing is provided by BVT. We are a non-Equity theater, but some special appearance contracts are offered to Equity actors."  Google Map
  • The Downstairs Cabaret Theatre.  "The Downstairs Cabaret Theatre is a live, professional, not-for-profit (501-c-3) theatre, producing musicals, comedies, dramas, new works, and cabaret artists in a year-round, repertory schedule. Since its inception in 1983, the Downstairs Cabaret has made its mark in the Rochester community by producing a diverse offering of musicals and plays. Mostly known locally and nationally for developing NUNSENSE and producing the world premiere of FOREVER PLAID, DCT has always been an important player in the development of new works."  Google Map
  • Geva Theatre Google Map
  • JCC Center for the Arts.  "The JCC presents a variety of live performances each season in the Alfred and Ida Hart Theatre. Community participation is welcome, both as audience members and “behind the scenes.” If you’d like to be a Center Stage volunteer, please call the JCC Arts Department at (716) 461-2000, ext. 235."  Google Map
  • Mercury Opera.  "Rochester Opera Factory is a newly formed chorus of volunteer singers, with a focus on high quality local performances of opera and opera scenes. ROF rehearses weekly and performs regularly. Formed in September of 1999 and incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation in New York State in January of 2000, the group is now in its second season."  Google Map
  • National Technical Institute for the Deaf Performing Arts Google MapComment:  This Google Map shows the location of the Rochester Institute of Technology.  NITD is located on the RIT campus.
  • Nazareth College Arts Center. "The Nazareth College Arts Center, which houses the departments of Theater Arts, Music, and Art, has welcomed more than two million people to performances since it opened in 1967. The facility welcomes approximately 65,000 people annually, including 24,500 children at school performances. The Arthur J. and Marie M. Callahan Theater s a thrust stage with seating for 1,128 people."  Google Map
  • Rochester Community Players.  "RCP has been continuously producing theater in Rochester, NY since 1925. RCP's Shakespeare Players perform an annual free Shakespeare Production at the Highland Park Bowl each July. RCP's Irish Players of Rochester are members of the Acting Irish International Theater Festival, and perform at the festival each Spring. RCP produces Poe Stories, dramatizations and readings from the works of Edgar Allen Poe each October."  Google Map
  • St. Fortune Productions.  "St. Fortune Productions is a theater, film and music production company founded in February of 2009. It is our intention to create a community in which artists are given voice and venue in an environment that fosters collaboration. We aim to bring fresh, original voices and ideas into the limelight. Paramount to St. Fortune’s mission is the desire to contribute to the artistic community of Rochester. It is our hope in compelling our generation toward live music, theatre and short film that we will be able to fan the fires of an artistic rebirth and provide for the community several artistic projects and programs throughout our season that will enrich social and cultural aspects of life in the city. St. Fortune Productions aims to place a heavy emphasis on the production of original plays, films and musical compositions, especially those focused on discovering new viewpoints, forms and ideas."   
  • The Shaw Festival. Niagara on the Lake.  "The Shaw Festival is one of the largest repertory companies in North America, and the only theatre in the world that specializes in plays written by Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries (1856-1950): "plays about the beginning of the modern world."

    Our productions run from April to November each year, in three different theatres. Here you can see up to a dozen plays performed by one of the world's finest acting companies, in a beautiful village just 20 minutes down-river from Niagara Falls and only two hours from Toronto."  Google Map
  • Shipping Dock Theatre.   Google Map
  • The School of Arts and Performance at SUNY College at Brockport Google Map
  • The Stratford Festival of Canada.  "At the end of the 1956 season, the giant canvas tent that housed the Stratford Festival's first four seasons was dismantled for the last time to make way for a permanent home for the Festival. Faced with the difficulties of working in Stratford's snow-belt location, 150 construction workers raced to meet the summer deadline. By January 26, 1957, when the cornerstone was laid by His Excellency the Right Honourable Vincent Massey, Governor General of Canada, the building had already taken recognizable shape. It was formally dedicated on Sunday, June 30, and the 1957 season opened the next night with a performance of Hamlet. The building won its designer, Robert Fairfield, the 1958 Massey Gold Medal for Architecture. At the end of the 1996 season, work began on a multi-million-dollar renewal of the Festival Theatre's auditorium and front-of-house. The new facilities, designed by the award-winning architectural firm of Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg, were completed in time for the opening of the 1997 season, and were officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on June 28, 1997."  Google Map
  • UpStage3 / Magical Journey Thru Stages (Stages).  "'STAGES ' is Rochester's only Musical Revue Ensemble group which produces and performs their show as a fundraising event in conjunction with not-for-profit organizations to benefit their specific cause. Nurturing and supporting regionally talented performers in the field of theater arts further enhances this purpose."  Google Map

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