Goodwill Theatre has many partners within the arts community.
SRO Productions III
SRO Productions III rents the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage as a performance venue. When SRO uses the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage, they use their own event staff and ticketing system. For more information, you can call them at 607.722.2821. Visit SRO online.
Started in 1984 to address the need for Community Theater in the Broome County area, SRO pooled the talents and financial resources of the community,and was able to produce its first musical, GODSPELL.
Since that first performance in the summer of 1984, SRO Productions III has produced a number of quality musicals and dramas including; ANNIE, A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM, JESUS CHRSIT SUPER STAR, PIPPIN, OLYMPUS ON MY MIND, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, CABARET, THE FANTASTICKS, JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, OLIVER, THE NEW ODD COUPLE, NUNSENSE, INTO THE WOODS, GUYS AND DOLLS, ASSASSINS, GYPSY, AND THE WORLD GOES ‘ROUND, NUNSENSE II, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS, SOMETHING AFOOT, A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING, FOREVER PLAID, ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, MONKY BUSINESS, THE PAJAMA GAME, PUTTING IT TOGETHER, YOU’RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN, NUNCRACKERS, SECRET GARDEN, SEUSSICAL, SWEET CHARITY, JEKYLL & HYDE, ALL SHOOK UP AND LITTLE WOMEN. Most recently, SRO Productions has staged a revivial ofGODSPELL in the round, the regional premier of the Pulitzer Prize winning musical NEXT TO NORMALand completely sold out run of LES MISERABLES.
In addition, SRO has also sponsored acting workshops, as well as technical workshops for those community people interested in the backstage workings of a theatrical production.
SRO’s next production at the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage is:
For information, or to order tickets, please visit SRO Productions III online at: http://www.sroproductionsonline.com/. For information, please call SRO at (800) 838-3006.
Click here for more information or to purchase tickets. Please note that you are purchasing tickets from SRO Productions, not from Goodwill Theatre, Inc.
PROSPECT THEATER COMPANY
Prospect Theater Company is dedicated to a bright future for the American musical. They develop and produce new works, envisioned and implemented by emerging artists. Their artists work in diverse genres and styles but share an interest in re-inventing the art form of musical theater for the 21st Century.
Prospect creates educational and training opportunities, and sustains a supportive network within the field. They provide a forum for artists and audiences to connect and learn from each other, and they foster the work of a vibrant community of both emerging and established artists.
Through the stories they tell, many of which are inspired by history or classic works of literature, they strive to connect theater’s present to its past—in order to build its future. They value intelligent, thought-provoking work, which reverberates with history and resonates in the heart.
Since its incorporation in June of 1998, Prospect Theater Company has supported an outstanding and diverse group of emerging artists in NYC’s off-Broadway scene. Originally founded by five graduates of Princeton University, Prospect has grown to include a network of over 1,000 artists. Over the past decade, we have presented the New York and/or world premieres of more than 30 new musicals.