The Northside is a place that’s always got a healthy number of happenings taking place, but this weekend forecasts a flurry of activities to rival any healthy and kickin’ neighborhood. Anyone game to attend them all?
Here’s the deal:
Tonight, we invite you to come party at the Castle, Open Hand Theater style. This dynamic organization is holding a benefit featuring frolicking puppets, a silent auction, and a performance of “Masks of Life”! Starts at 7:30 this evening.
Tonight and tomorrow evenings, the St. Clare Theater hosts a production of “Rabbit Hole”, the 2007 Pulitzer Prize winning play by David Lindsay-Abaire. This play explores the way a family handles the loss of their child. DCS Full Circle Theater’s production got a terrific write-up in the New Times, which you can find on their website. One more perk? Sara Caliva, one of the stars, used to work for us!
On Sunday evening, the Syracuse Symphony will present its Spring Concert at Inspiration Hall. This concert will feature an all-mozart program with conductor Daniel Hege and violinist Rimma Bergeron-Langlois. Beautiful place to enjoy some extraordinary music.
As always, more details on these events can be found on the *events* tab of our website!