See Big-Name Performers and a Diverse Array of Stars
Tickets for the Staller Center Spring 2023 lineup are now on sale at stallercenter.com.
This spring, Staller is offering up big-name performers like Kevin James, Kristin Chenoweth, and America’s National Ballet Company®, American Ballet Theatre, and is showcasing an inspiring and talented array of stars in other genres. See comedian Mike E. Winfield, the runner-up from this season of America’s Got Talent. Listen to classical music from the beloved Emerson String Quartet in their full final season. Enjoy the mind-blowing, one-of-a-kind modern acrobatic production company Diavolo.
Kicking off the spring season in back-to-back sold-out shows, Kevin James, the King of Long Island, makes his debut at Staller Center on January 27 and 28.
Urban street dancer Lil Buck brings “Memphis Jookin,” a combination of ballet and freestyle-based dance involving intricate footwork, to the Staller Center on February 4.
For one night only, Tony and Emmy-winner Kristin Chenoweth brings her legacy and vivacious presence to Staller Center in an unforgettable night of music on February 11.
The internationally renowned and award-winning Emerson String Quartet performs on February 13 and later on April 11.
Led by Michelle Merrill and featuring cello soloist Zhihao Wu, the Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra makes an appearance on February 18 and later in the season on March 25.
Rounding out February, “Songs We Love” from Jazz at Lincoln Center promises to bring the audience on a vivid journey through jazz, playing favorites from the first 50 years of the genre.
In a thrilling evening of dance on March 4, America’s National Ballet Company®, American Ballet Theatre, will celebrate the Staller Center in a glamorous evening for the 2023 Gala.
Storm Large returns to Staller by popular demand on March 18. The following weekend, bring your children for an introduction to classical music through Peter & The Wolf on March 26 from the Staller Center Outreach Ensemble.
Don’t miss world-renowned cellist Colin Carr in Starry Nights on March 29, as he brings together world-class musicians from the Stony Brook University Department of Music for a night steeped in classical music that includes many genres.
Mike E. Winfield brings his family-friendly comedy and relatability to the Staller stage on March 30.
The Broadway song and musical dance extravaganza 42nd Street will be directly streamed live on the Staller screen from London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
April brings an electrifying live theater experience on April 15 as Diavolo: Architecture in Motion takes the Staller stage.
A vocal powerhouse, Shelea is back by popular demand on April 22, bringing a contemporary edge to classics and a classic touch to contemporary pop standards.
Closing out the season, the Dance Theatre of Harlem brings its illustrious company of performers to captivate hearts and minds on May 7.