Tyler Hall

Opened in 1968, Tyler Hall functions as the main academic building on campus for the Art, Music, and Theatre Programs. It also serves as the home to the Tyler Art Gallery and Waterman Theatre, both of which are used by the Oswego community and the academic departments for exhibitions and performances.

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Juan Denzer

Juan Denzer left a positive review 11/20/2019

I always love watching performances like this. No matter how many times the play selections from "The Phantom of the Opera", it is always a delight. I look forward to the next performance.

Miriam Garcia

Miriam Garcia left a review 10/25/2019

This show had a great concept. The characters were engaging and well acted, the musicians were outstanding, But it lost its charm in the length of the play. It was too long. My daughters and I were fully committed in the play but by the middle of the second act, one daughter was on her phone. overall a very good play.

Patti Griffin Sinemus

Patti Griffin Sinemus left a positive review 10/24/2019

We thought the show was wonderful and the cast was exceptional. Very enjoyable. Great job to all the cast and crew


Alexandra Sorbello left a positive review 4/26/2019

Excellent work!

Wei Zhang

Wei Zhang left a positive review 3/31/2019

The performance is amazing! It combine the music with images together. I love the pendulum as well!


Alexandra Sorbello left a positive review 3/26/2019

Wonderful tribute to a masterful and life-inspiring artist. Many of the pieces were loaned by Zakin's friends for the exhibit, and so enjoyed seeing pieces I hadn't seen before. I especially loved the pencil drawing (I think) of Zakin by a fellow faculty member. It really captured his essence; since I spent several years in QiGong/Taiji class with Zakin before he moved to Syracuse-Ohio. Thank you for curating this exhibit in his memory.

Yimin Cao

Yimin Cao left a positive review 2/7/2019

It was great! The dancers worked very hard and presented a wonderful performance to the audience.

Joe Carrasquillo

Joe Carrasquillo left a positive review 1/30/2019

Powerful, inspiring, moving, and invigorating are just a few ways I would describe how this guest speaker filled our hearts with admiration and respect for the difficult mission Martin Luther King Jr. has left for us. In our own way we all can be activists who fight for change towards genuine equality. Thanks again to Symone Sanders, all of the wonderfully talented SUNY Oswego students who took part, and SUNY Oswego for granting and applying the opportunity for positive change in our community.

Cleane Medeiros

Cleane Medeiros left a positive review 12/6/2018

Wow, such a special show by our students with participation of staff, community and Dick Oatts! Superb!

Mya Brown

Mya Brown left a positive review 11/7/2018

Huge thank you to everyone in attendance! The audience was soooi engaged!