Syracuse Stage will hold a two-day vendor event this weekend in conjunction with the production “Our Town,” which will run through mid-April.
The vendor fair will take place Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Archbold Theatre lobby.
The fair is free and does not require a ticket to the “Our Town” production to attend.
The vendors participating are:
- Au Mélange, rejuvenating oils
- Better Brittle, West African-style small-batch brittles)
- Diane Schenandoah, Indigenous arts
- Soul Love Candle Co., soy wax candles and wax melts adorned with crystals
- Room to Improve, home décor and gift shop
- Styles by Bellamy, women’s clothing and jewelry
- Marcrame by Tatinanna Monet, eco-friendly macrame home décor items
- AFROdisiac Ceramics, handmade ceramic works by local artist
- Happy Tails Dog Shop, specialty dog shop focusing on supplements, treats, and toys
The “Our Town” production premiered March 29 and will run through April 16, at Archbold Theatre. All evening performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and matinees begin at 2 p.m.
Community members who are interested in seeing “Our Town” can purchase tickets online at SyracuseStage.org, visiting the Syracuse Stage box office at 820 East Genesee St. or call 315-443-3275.
In partnership with M&T Bank, Syracuse Stage also offers a pay-what-you-will option for a limited number of tickets. All pay-what-you-will tickets are required to be claimed in person at the box office.
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