October 10 - November 4, 2012
The Syracuse Stage is staging the play Moby-Dick — adapted by Julian Rad and directed by Peter Amsteras — as one of the opening shows of their 40th season. The show opens October 12th and runs until November 4th, 2012. Syracuse Stage, founded in 1974, is a professional theater in residence at
from the Syracuse Stage website:
Alive with a soundscape of 16 authentic sea shanties and performed by an ensemble of nine, this highly physical adaption cuts to the core of Melville's searing narrative and plays with the fury of a Nantucket sleigh ride. A young man seeks adventure on a whaling vessel and finds himself a pawn in an obsessive pursuit of vengeance that threatens death and destruction for all.
For more information about the Syracuse Stage production, show times, and box office information, please visit the Syracuse Stage website.