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.”
As we wrap up our weeklong Frozen celebration, we’re focusing on one aspect of the show that has become a driving force from movie to international megahit– The Music of Disney’s Frozen.
We’re taking a break from our “Inside Looks” to give teachers and families a chance to take a deeper dive into the production, creation and development of Disney's Frozen by exploring a variety of educational resources and activities.
Today we’re taking a closer look at two of the most unique puppets on Broadway who also happen to be two fan-favorite characters in Disney’s Frozen!
In anticipation of Thursday’s virtual performance and Q&A with stars from the North American tour of Disney’s Frozen (have you RSVP’d yet? A limited number of spots still remain here!), we’re challenging your family to throw a viewing party at home!
Every “Ice Dress” is custom-made for each Elsa. Whether it’s on Broadway or the North American Tour, each garment is one-of-a-kind and specially made for each actress who plays the role.
With easy highway access and proximity to downtown attractions, PSQ District is the perfect Cleveland staycation spot.
In honor of International Day of Friendship 2020 (July 30), we’re highlighting some of our favorite dynamic duos and best pals from Broadway.
If you’re missing live performance as much as we are, here’s hoping these virtual concerts will put a smile on your face!
What’s open in PSQ District?
With the recent news that Mean Girls the musical is headed to the big screen to become a movie musical, we're taking a deep dive into musicals that became movies, vice versa, and everything in between!
Visit or drive through Playhouse Square on a weekday morning during the school year and chances are good you will see a line of bright yellow buses parked in front of the theaters. This is perhaps the most noticeable sign of our not-for-profit mission at work, as we welcome more than 50,000 schoolchildren to student matinee performances each year.
Social Distancing may be a new term for most of us in 2020, but this concept isn’t so new to these characters from some of our favorite musicals.