Theater season has arrived and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome theater performances back into our lives!
In 2022, Second Generation Theatre will be closing out their current season with two shows that Buffalo theatre-goers will love.
The Lockport Palace Theatre features an assortment of local talent, so get ready for a season that’s greater than ever before!
If you’ve never taken the trip to Lockport to visit the Historic Palace Theatre, this is your sign to get to it.
Get excited: Starring Buffalo will make its return to live performances with their production of RENT at Shea’s 710 Theater in downtown Buffalo.
This local organization is all about providing access to the arts to a diverse rural community of people of all ages, including youth, elderly, veterans, and the disabled.
Buffalo has a highly developed theater scene that has carved its way into the fabric and history of the WNY region.
For just $150, Alleyway’s Season Pass subscription includes tickets to all four subscription season plays at any performance.
Headed down to the Buffalo Theater District and looking for a good place to grab a bite? Sure you are.
While Shakespeare in Delaware Park is usually first come first served, this year there’s limited availability and requires registration.
A comedy with dramatic undertones opens October 10 at Shea’s 710 Theatre.
There’s a Tony award-winning musical coming to town.
Shea’s 710 and MusicalFare Theatre are welcoming a rockin’ Tony® award-winning musical to the stage next month.
Almost, Maine is the perfect play to warm your heart in the middle of winter – a sentiment we really relate to.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and that most certainly means the holiday theatre season is upon us.
The Nutcracker is a classic this time of year, and for the tenth year in a row you can see it at one of our favorite spots in the city.
When five local theatres get together, you know it’s about to be good.
Western New York Theatre lovers this one’s for you! Shea’s 710 Theatre is the newest addition to the Shea’s family…
IMO October is very possibly the best month of the year for several reasons, but on this list we’re narrowing it down to one category – arts and culture events.
A controversial and rebellious show serving as an expression of hope and determination for a new, progressive, and liberated generation.
‘A Christmas Carol’ meets ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ in this musical about Buffalo’s history and Christmases past.