Cry ‘Havoc!’, written and performed by Stephan Wolfert

Cry Havoc!

July 7 – 9

Dr. Kaboom: Science Comedy for all ages July 21-23

Doktor Kaboom

July 21-23

Orson Welles/Shylock July 27-August 5

Orson Welles/Shylock

July 27-August 6

Magdalen August 10-13


August 10-13

The Price by Arthur Miller, an FSC Production August 18-September 3

The Price SOLD OUT

August 18-September 3

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What’s Next…

Lisbeth Firmin: Venice Monotypes Opens August 5

The 2017 Franklin Stage Company exhibition season continues with a collection of prints by Lisbeth Firmin. “Venice Monotypes”will open on Saturday, August 5 with a reception open to the public in the lobby of the [...]

The Franklin Farmers’ Market at Chapel Hall Opens 11th Season

The Franklin Farmers’ Market at Chapel Hall begins its 11th season on Sunday, May 28th. The market is open each Sunday from 10 AM to 2 PM from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend. You’ll find a unique selection of food products, items for your home, collectibles, original artwork, and more.

22nd Annual Stagecoach Run Art Festival July 1 & 2

This year the Stagecoach Run Art Festival celebrates its 22nd year. Over 50 artists from Treadwell and nearby will be showing their work on Saturday, July 1 & Sunday, July 2 from 10 AM to 5 PM. Artists open their homes, studios and galleries to the public along the Old Stagecoach Turnpike route that ran from Unadilla on the Susquehanna River to Catskill on the Hudson, now County Route 14.

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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 theater should be accessible to all.


“The stage is not merely the meeting place of all the arts, but is also the return of art to life.”

Oscar Wilde