Coming Soon: Two New Shows From Second Generation Theatre You Won’t Want To Miss

Culture & Arts, Theater, Things to Do


Written by SOB Creative

Published on February 28, 2022

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Spring is on the horizon, which means everyone’s emerging from their winter hibernation bubbles and looking for fun things to do in and around the city. And if you’re a fan of musical theatre, live entertainment, or just supporting local performers and creators in general, we have the perfect recommendation for you.

Allow us to introduce you to Second Generation Theatre. 


A local theatre founded in Western New York by three University at Buffalo alumni, Second Generation Theatre is the perfect embodiment of how incredible our performing scene is here in Buffalo. 

Their mission? Create theatrical experiences that appeal to an emerging generation of diverse theatre-goers and continue the area’s tradition of great theatre for generations to come.

For almost a decade, Second Generation Theatre has put on dramatic plays, dazzling musicals, and other high-quality productions on various stages across Western New York. A few of their past seasons have included favorites like Into The Woods, The Wild Party, Assassins, and Songs for A New World.

What’s even better? Second Generation Theatre’s productions always showcase a fantastic variety of local talent— including actors, singers, dancers, directors, costume & set designers, and more. 

Second Generation Theatre’s 2021-2022 Season Continues

In 2022, Second Generation Theatre will be closing out their current season with two shows that Buffalo theatre-goers will love. Check them out below: 


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The Shows: 

ConstellationsMarch 11th – 26th 2022

This spellbinding romantic journey begins with a simple encounter between a man and a woman. What happens next defies the boundaries of the world we know, delving into the infinite possibilities of their relationship and raising questions about the difference between choice and destiny. 

A Second Generation Theatre’s first production of 2022, Constellations is a must-see. The show will star SGT Executive Director Kristin Bentley and Chris Avery, and will be directed by Michael Wachowiak.

Cabaret – June 10th – 26th 2022

Come to the Cabaret! Second Generation Theatre presents CABARET— a beloved musical theatre classic with a message that remains relevant today. With beautiful costume design, choreography, and an ensemble of incredible local talent, CABARET will undoubtedly be the theatre event of the summer in Western New York. 

The production will star Ben Michael Moran, Cassie Cameron, Dan Urtz, Steve Jakiel, Pamela Rose Mangus, and more. The show will be directed by Kristin Bentley and choreographed by Kelly Copps. Music direction will be provided by Allan Paglia.


Purchase Tickets Today

Ready for a night out at the theatre? Single tickets for both of these fabulous shows are on sale now, and they highly recommend purchasing them ASAP to reserve your preferred show date and time.

To purchase tickets, visit the Second Generation Theatre website, or reserve by phone at (716)508-7480.

Second Generation Theatre

In residence @ the Shea’s Smith Theatre

658 Main Street, Buffalo NY

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