Center Players presents: Watch on The Rhine By Lillian Hellman, Directed by Tom Corey Open Auditions:  August 19, 20 – 6 pm -8pm (In special cases video audition or private appointment can be arranged – call (607) 339-9557) All roles available – *All ages in this cast. Prepare a dramatic monologue, any type will do.Continue Reading

Shakespeare’s Macbeth – 8/9 – 8/18

Three witches tell the Scottish general Macbeth that he will be King of Scotland. Encouraged by his wife, Macbeth kills the king, becomes the new king, and kills more people out of paranoia. Civil war erupts to overthrow Macbeth, resulting in more death. A true Shakespearean classic performed by an all ages cast in anContinue Reading

2019 Community Arts Challenge!

It is time to get out your art supplies, your dancing shoes, your musical instruments, your cameras, your computers and pens. The 10th annual Cortland County Community Arts Challenge is underway. All Cortland County artists, dancers, musicians, photographers, and writers are encouraged to participate. What is the Community Arts Challenge? It is a juried competition,Continue Reading

Weekly Open Mic Night!

WEDNESDAYS!Starting June 12 Want to play music to a live audience? Have you crafted a poem or short story you’d like to share or want to tell some jokes? Come join us Wednesday nights outside on the patio for our weekly Open Mic! Our open mic will run from 6-9PM every Wednesday and is theContinue Reading

Center Sessions: The Speculators

The Speculators are: Molly Andrejko (vocals), Teddy BoomBoom (upright bass/vocals), Nate Francisco (guitar/mandolin/vocals), Chris Merkley (guitar/harmonica/vocals) Based in the musically-diverse hills of the Finger Lakes Region, in the city of Cortland, the band first came together around a love of Bluegrass, Blues and good old fashioned Rock n Roll. With American Roots music as theirContinue Reading

Who are We?

The Center for the Arts of Homer, located on Main Street in Historic Homer, New York is one of Central New York’s preeminent presenters of the Arts. Our 400-seat “Whiting Theater,” with its outstanding acoustics and diverse series of main stage programs, attracts and thrills audiences from Canada, the Mid-Atlantic and New England states, andContinue Reading