Support community engagement and education at Playhouse Square with a gift to the Education Fund today. Your donation makes it possible for us to present programs, workshops and field trips of the highest quality at a low cost or for free to participants.
Playhouse Square is a not-for-profit performing arts center, so your donation is fully tax-deductible.
Help Playhouse Square keep that magic alive for future generations! Share your love of the performing arts by making a donation to the Education Fund.
Presenting live children’s theater of the highest quality is an important part of Playhouse Square’s not-for-profit mission. The performing arts enable children to build upon their creativity, imagination, and innovation, helping to create rich connections with others and a lifelong appreciation of cultural experiences.
The Dazzle Awards presented by Pat & John Chapman aim to inspire and honor excellence in high school musical theater, and to recognize the importance of musical theater and arts education within the Northeast Ohio community.
Playhouse Square and Disney present a special opportunity to introduce the collaborative art of musical theater to schools. Each year, four schools received a 17-week musical theater residency which culminates in a 30-minute Disney KIDS Musical at the school and a Student Share Performance at Playhouse Square.
In January 2015, Playhouse Square presented its first ever sensory-friendly performance, Havana Hop. Playhouse Square has continued its commitment to sensory-friendly programming with eight total sensory-friendly performances since 2015. In 2019, Playhouse Square announced it's first Broadway sensory-friendly performance of Disney's The Lion King. The sensory-friendly performance will be on August 31, 2019.
Your donation will not only help Playhouse Square continue to enrich the lives of children and adults in our community, but it will also give you the opportunity to honor someone special. Please take this opportunity to support the Education Fund and keep the arts alive in our schools and our community.