Welcome to the Franklin Stage Company

The power of theatre is to bring together a community, made up of audience and artists alike. Franklin Stage Company is not a community theatre but a theatre for a far-reaching, diverse, and grateful community. The company began and continues as a labor of love, and its philosophy has inspired a legion of followers both onstage and off. The company is proud to contribute to the growth of the arts in the Western Catskills of central New York State.

Franklin Stage News and Announcements

PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD: FREE After School Theatre Program for teenagers in Grades 8 – 12

PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD FSC is offering a FREE After School Theatre Program for teenagers in Grades 8 - 12. Click Here to Get Involved For kids interested in Theatre, English, History, Science - [...]


Prometheus Bound (00000002)

Prometheus Bound: An After School Theatre Program directed by Josh Santiago


written & performed by Patricia Buckley


a workshop production directed by Lauren Unbekant,
with music by Emmett Van Slyke


written & performed by Chris Wells, with music by Jeremy Bass


OUT OF THE PAST: Celebrating 40 Years of the Mettawee Journey

country wife 1of3

a workshop production directed by Leslie Noble


a workshop production directed by Carmela Marner, with music by Julie Licata

enemy 2of2

a rehearsed reading, with a cast of teenagers directed by Josh Santiago

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About Franklin Stage Company


Founded in 1996, the Franklin Stage Company is dedicated to the production of classic and new plays that stimulate thought and provoke discussion, to illuminate as well as to entertain. The company was founded on the principle that great theatre should be accessible to all. Our character is rooted in, and defined by, our Free Admission policy.
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“The stage is not merely the meeting place of all the arts, but is also the return of art to life.”

Oscar Wilde