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!
Whether it was a regular date night with your spouse or a monthly girl’s night out for dinner and a show, we’re all missing those special evenings at the theater that had once been a part of our regular routines. Here are some tips for making your night in streaming a performance still feel like a festive evening out on the town.
A breakdown of the infamous duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, the events that led up to it and the theories of possible motives which have since been pondered by historians.
If you’ve seen Hamilton or listened to the soundtrack, you’re familiar with the three eldest daughters of Judge Philip Schuyler (Angelica, Eliza… and Peggy). However, there’s a little more to this family than initially presented. Here, we’ll take a closer look at the lives of ALL the Schuyler sisters.
Today marks the 239th anniversary of the Siege of Yorktown, the last major battle of the American Revolution. Join us in examining the historical significance of the lyrics featured in “Yorktown.”
Becoming a member is easy as 1, 2, 3! And in celebration of our 30th anniversary year, we are offering discount specials on NEW memberships.
Partners members don’t just visit Playhouse Square, they leave their legacy. Learn about the history of one of Cleveland’s longest running young professionals group with these ten interesting facts:
We came up with 30 awesome reasons to join Playhouse Square’s young professionals group, Partners, during our 30th year.
In the words of Regina George, our GE Chandelier is a massive deal (literally and figuratively).
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!