On Thursday, September 28, 10,000 people joined in the celebration to illuminateour brand new marquees in spectacular fashion! Marquee Moments presented by Fleet Response was a night of music, joy and light.
LEAP Back in time 32 years! Sara Stashower and Neil Weinberger, two founding Partners members and current members of Playhouse Square’s Board of Trustees, shared with us their memories of JBB 1992.
This season of Broadway brings to Playhouse Square Scottish nannies, time-travelling teens, singing orphans, moonwalking icons and ladies who lunch…but there's one common theme in this magnificent medley of musicals...LOVE!
We sat down with Partners Board Member and Jump Back Ball Fundraising Co-Chair Maria Smith to hear about her experiences with Playhouse Square's young professional’s group, as well as what people can expect from this year’s Jump Back Ball.
Whether you’ve a regular to the PSQ District or a first-time visitor, our list covers everything from dining and drink experiences to dazzling photo opps.
Introducing The Broadway Bulletin. Consider this a razzle dazzle run down of some of our favorite stage stories from the Big Apple and beyond, to keep you up to date with all the buzz in the world of Broadway.
If you're anything like us, you were glued to your screens to see Broadway's best light up Manhattan's 34th Street at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Relive the magic of BACK TO THE FUTURE, as well as some other throwback parade performances from shows visiting us this season at Playhouse Square!
From seasonal shows to our dazzling district lights, Playhouse Square is ready to welcome guests during the most wonderful time of the year.
Last month, University of Akron student reporter Olivia Richardson attended the Broadway in Akron 23/24 season premiere and gave us a first hand account of all the BIA buzz from the season opener - PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL.
Thanks to our friends at Tito's, we can pregame the season with a carefully crafted cocktail inspired by each of our KeyBank Broadway Series Shows! Enjoy...
Broadway has long been a canvas for artistic innovation. From its golden age productions to contemporary shows, the theater continuously evolves. One example is the trend of incorporating popular music into new stage narratives.
With the witching season upon us, we're taking a look into the historical context of Mummies, Dracula and Frankenstein, all three of which are haunting Playhouse Square this all Hallow's Eve.
We recently sat down with Jazmine Monroe, a first grade teacher at Noble Elementary in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights school district, to talk about her experiences with the Social Justice Series at Playhouse Square.