Syracuse Stage Will Present World Premiere Directed by Taye Diggs

“We’re crafting a season of plays and musicals that celebrate diverse and powerful voices,” said artistic director Robert Hupp in a statement. “Our 47th season brings to life rich stories that entertain and delight; it’s a poignant season of love and loss, of justice and jealousy. We sought works that make you stand up and take notice..”

The season will open with Reginald Rose’s Twelve Angry Men (Oct. 9-27), co-produced with Indiana Repertory Theatre, about a teenager accused of murdering his father whose fate rests in the hands of a jury.  James Still will direct.

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