Syracuse Stage

,Attended the Sunday matinee of Espejos: Clean. The play acted in Spanish and English portrays the lives of 2 women from varied socioeconomic backgrounds who harbor the same secret. Well acted and staged, the 2 1/2 hour production gave insights into these women who while culturally diverse held similar demons.

Am sure much more will come from this young playwright, Christine Quintana.

The Syracuse Stage originally began as the Regent Movie House in 1914, and since 1974 it transitioned to a non-profit professional theater company producing over 300 plays and musicals. It is an integral part of the Syracuse University Department of Drama.

Great service and reasonable prices at their bar. Love that Saranac Root Beer, also many wines and liquors available.

The Lobby


The play runs through March 5.

Tickets $35.

820 E Genesee St, Syracuse, NY 13210

(315) 443-3275