Did you know July 2 marks the exact midway point of the year? With 182 days behind us and 182 to go, we’re lowering the curtain on the first half of 2021 by looking at some of the most memorable Act I finales on Broadway. Whether they involve iconic musical numbers or dramatic plot twists, these finales wet our palates for Act II and leave us anxiously craving more!
Rediscover what the Playhouse Square District can do for your evening. Stretch those legs after watching the enjoyable show Choir of Man, and stroll under the GE Chandelier taking in our new decorative patio enclosures.
From being great role models, to showing unconditional love and support, to going the extra mile for their children, here’s a look at some of our favorite “Father Figures” on Broadway.
30 hours of rehearsal. 57 hours of production. 392 hours of post-production. That plus a whole lot of determination, hard work, talent and some fun went into the 2021 Virtual Dazzle Awards presented by Pat and John Chapman!
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Last week, the TODAY Show’s Al Roker and NBC’s Sam Brock visited our great city and Playhouse Square as part of their “Reopening America” series. Watch the videos.
Love, sacrifice, stress, care, encouragement -- just like real-life mothers, moms on Broadway go through a wide range of emotions and experiences. In honor of Mother’s Day we’re taking a look at some of our favorite mother figure moments which have played out before our very eyes on stage, and at times brought us to tears.
Cleveland is on the stage and in the spotlight once again as the host of the 2021 NFL Draft. There are many ways to enjoy the festivities, including a “Rock the Clock End Zone” right here in PSQ District. Join us!
As National Craft Month draws to a close, we’re turning our focus to one of the most beloved Broadway musicals over the past two decades. Whether it’s your dream to rent a place down in the flats or open up a restaurant in Santa Fe, this piece of avant-garde artwork is the perfect decor to send you “Over The Moon.”
For this week’s National Crafting Month activity, we’re making parchment paper similar to what you see onstage in Hamilton. This will help you “write like you’re running out of time!”
Have so many Broadway shows captured your heart that you can’t pick just one to display? We’re continuing our celebration of National Craft Month with a way to create a fun piece of art by combining your favorite Playhouse Square programs into one unique piece!
Do you want to build a snowman? Our craft of the week is inspired by Disney’s Frozen and the snowy landscape of the Arendelle kingdom.
Members of our Community Engagement & Education Department – Teaching Artist Ananias Dixon, Assistant Director Sheffia Dooley and Outreach Coordinator Hannah Twining reflect on the past year and how they took Playhouse Square’s education programs from the stage to the screen.