BOO YOUR YARD WITH BROADWAY UTICA

BOO YOUR YARD WITH BROADWAY UTICA

BOO YOUR YARD WITH BROADWAY UTICA Broadway Theatre League of Utica is up to new tricks this fall. As night draws in, and ominous shadows drift between the falling leaves, there’s a rustle in the wind that’s begun to whisper…Halloween. Luckily, Broadway Utica’s talented Boo Crew is armored with ghoulish designs, a cauldron of witches,Continue reading →

Students On Broadway

Students On Broadway

WHAT IS STUDENTS ON BROADWAY? The Broadway Theater League of Utica is committed to the youth in our area. Students on Broadway is a program presented by Broadway Utica and sponsored in part with First Source Federal Credit Union. The program is geared towards all children who are enrolled in a local area high schoolContinue reading →

Broadway Utica STOMPs Out Hunger

Broadway Utica STOMPs Out Hunger

By: TENNILLE-LYNN MILLO T.K.Millo & Co It’s been nearly a week since STOMP stormed the stage at the Stanley Theatre, and the impact is still reverberating from the generous donors who filled the symbolic metal trash cans with enough food to restock the pantry shelves at the Rome Rescue Mission. The theater world took oneContinue reading →

A Cultural Phenomenon – STOMP

A Cultural Phenomenon – STOMP

By: TENNILLE-LYNN MILLO T.K.Millo & Co Investing in a Broadway show in today’s climate is a high-risk venture: there’s ever-changing CDC guidance, mask compliance, cast and crew regulations, and of course the main question at hand–will people come? On August 16th & 17th, Broadway Utica put that question to rest as theatergoers packed the StanleyContinue reading →

Summer Reading Challenge

Summer Reading Challenge

During the heatwave of August, when pools became an oasis and beaches were a coveted retreat, a line of curious theatergoers, all under the age of 10, ditched their towels to sit on the front steps of the Utica Public Library for an anticipated look inside the world of Broadway. No stranger to youth collaborations,Continue reading →

STOMP IS STOMPING INTO TOWN

STOMP IS STOMPING INTO TOWN

It’s been more than a year since the Broadway Theatre League of Utica has staged a production — and what better way to celebrate our return and kick-off the 2021-22 season than bringing the off-Broadway smash hit production of Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas’s STOMP to Utica’s historic Stanley Theatre. After a long absence, thisContinue reading →

STOMP OUT HUNGER

STOMP OUT HUNGER

Broadway Theatre League of Utica Teams up with Rome Rescue Mission to STOMP Out Hunger The Broadway Theatre League of Utica is inviting everyone to help STOMP Out Hunger by donating non-perishable food items between now and the debut performance of STOMP on August 16th and 17th in an effort to restock the shelves ofContinue reading →

STOMP IS HEADING TO UTICA

STOMP IS HEADING TO UTICA

STOMP – THE INTERNATIONAL PERCUSSION SENSATION PRESENTED BY BROADWAY UTICA AT THE STANLEY THEATRE AUGUST 16TH AND 17TH   Utica, NY:  STOMP, the international percussion sensation, presented by Broadway Utica returns back to The Stanley Theatre in Utica, NY on August 16th and 17th.  From its beginnings as a street performance in the UK, STOMPContinue reading →

TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY

TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY

The Simon & Garfunkel Story Presented by Broadway Utica is Coming to The Stanley Theatre on November 18, 2021 Utica, NY – July 7, 2021 – The internationally-acclaimed hit theater show The Simon & Garfunkel Story presented by Broadway Utica will stop by The Stanley Theatre on November 18, 2021 during the coast-to-coast U.S. tour.Continue reading →

Proud Partnership Announced

Proud Partnership Announced

Broadway Theatre League of Utica goes “Beyond the Stage” with its 2021-2022 Season! Broadway Theatre League of Utica proudly announces that the 2021-2022 Season is generously sponsored by their friends at Bank of Utica. “Bank of Utica is proud to be the Season Sponsor for Broadway Theatre League’s 2021-2022 shows. As the world and ourContinue reading →