How lucky are we to be in a time where we can connect to the arts with a click of a button? While we all eagerly await the opportunity to experience the arts in person again, our arts community has been working dilligently to innovate on ways we can connect with the arts from the comfort of our own home.
It’s no secret that our staff is full of some of Broadway’s biggest fans and showtune lovers. With the difficult times we are currently facing, we thought we would share some of the showtunes that never fail to put a smile on our face!
While the theater is empty today to keep Cleveland safe, the Hanna’s rich history tells us that it will continue to weather the storm, and continue to give Cleveland something to celebrate.
In honor of leap year, we decided to take a moment to show appreciation for 29 things we aboslutely love about Playhouse Square and the District.
Love is in the air at Playhouse Square! Brian and Darlene met while volunteering as RedCoats in 2017, and the rest is history!
As we get ready to announce the 2020 - 2021 KeyBank Broadway Series, we’re reflecting on some of our favorite moments from Season Launch Specials throughout the years. Check them out!
Eric Perusek is a staff teaching artist with Playhouse Square. He took a few moments to share his thoughts about the Disney Musicals in Schools program.
It’s amazing the impact the arts has on a community. From positive economic growth to entertainment options on a Friday night out - it’s an industry that continues to thrive and build meaningful experiences in many ways. As of 2018, the performing arts industry employs almost 5 million people across the United States with numbers continuing to grow.
A career in the performing arts can lead to so many possibilities. Whether you are just starting out as a recent college graduate or perhaps you followed a different career path in life and are looking to make a shift - there’s a place for you in the arts that can fit your goals and skills.
Partners Executive Board Member Anne Fleming recounts volunteering at last summer's Sensory-Friendly Performance of The Lion King!
Learn more about Darren “Dizzy” Partridge and Steve Valentine from The Illusionists!
If someone asked you to describe a few jobs in the performing arts, your mind may jump to some obvious choices. An actor, director, choreographer - just to name a few. But the performing arts world has so many other opportunities beyond the obvious ones that you may have never considered.
Happy Hour is the perfect time to meet up with friends, enjoy a drink with co-workers after work or grab a bite to eat before a show! The Playhouse Square District has many options for the perfect Happy Hour experience.