Broadway in Syracuse's 2017-2018 Season

Bringing Classic Theater and Economic Growth to CNY

Disney’s "The Lion King" opens its all new national tour at the Landmark Theater this Thursday through November in Central New York. For three weeks only, residents can enjoy the revamped musical.

Albert Nocciolino, president of N-A-C Entertainment says that bringing this production to the area has been great for the community. "The Lion King" brings new audiences to the theater and allows those who may never get to see such an iconic and beautiful show see it here in Syracuse instead of having to travel to bigger cities. 

Beyond "The Lion King" Central New York can expect “A Chorus Line”  to take to the stage in February followed by the Broadway hit "Kinky Boots," which Albert himself won a Tony Award for.  The classic romantic flick "Dirty Dancing" transcends to the stage this season too.

N-A-C Entertainment will also round out the year's productions with some special events such as "Mannheim Steamroller Christmas" by Chip Davis on December 7th, "The Illusionists" on January 23rd, "Stomp" on April 17th & 18th and "Rain" on March 22nd. 

Allen Naples, a Regional President from M&T Bank, teams up with Albert and Broadway in Syracuse to talk about the economical benefits of bringing the arts to Syracuse.  M&T Bank supports NAC Entertainment because Naples says it brings so much opportunity to the area and they firmly believe that the community needs to be strong for the banks to be strong. 

For tickets and information about "The Lion King" and other performances you can head to the Landmark Theater Box Office or visit

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