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'Objectively/Reasonable' is a play that needs to be seen.
"Objectively/Reasonable: A Community Response to the Shooting of Tamir Rice, 11/22/14" opens Thursday at Creative Space at Waterloo Arts.
CPH in the CBS spotlight Sunday.
The cost of tickets to Miranda's last 8 p.m. performance July 9 are Linsane, although if you're willing to skip a few mortgage payments, you can still nab seats.
History teacher Tim Mitchell wanted Lin-Manuel Miranda's John Hancock as a sort of war prize
Karamu brass applied for reinstatement of the organization's 501(c)(3) designation on May 7, asking the IRS to expedite the request.
Theater going dark with the retirement of artistic director MaryJo Alexander.
How far will you have travel to see this great American musical? New York? Chicago? Nah. Just head to Euclid Avenue.
Playhouse Square brass, performers want to cheer the Cavs too.
With "Phantom 2.0," creators Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cameron Mackintosh have satisfyingly reanimated a production that had become unavoidably moth-eaten around the edges.
"Objectively/Reasonable: A Community Response to the Shooting of Tamir Rice" to premiere in August.
Get a first look at the new "Phantom" chandelier.
Get a first look at the reimagined "Phantom" haunting Playhouse Square.
When will Cleveland see Lin-Manuel Miranda's white hot Tony-winning ode to Alexander Hamilton?
The Tyrone family of "Long Day's Journey Into Night" is not simply inspired by Eugene O'Neill's actual clan, it is a supremely poetic diary entry, a "play of old sorrow, writt…
Is it any surprise everyone has started calling this year's awards the Hamiltonys?
"Steel Magnolias" is the big-haired, big-hearted production now running in Playhouse Square.
Just how groundbreaking is "Steel Magnolias' " all-female design team?
All-female design team to bring powerful (and powerfully funny) portrait of women's friendship to the stage.
Two Northeast Ohio high school students will move on to national competition
Sprawling over three acts, "Jerusalem" has the chewy, muscular language of a work by Eugene O'Neill.
On his first trip to Israel in 1993, a 25-year-old Aaron Davidman kissed the tarmac at the Ben Gurion airport, the asphalt burning his lips.
Artful clowning and powerful artistry buoy the sturdiest soap bubble ever built at the Hanna Theatre
Also on tap: 'I Call My Brothers' and 'The Ghosts of Lote Bravo'
On Tuesday, the Aurora native learned Deaf West Theatre's remarkable production -- which also happened to be his Broadway debut -- had earned three 2016 Tony nominations.
In David Adjmi's confused historical cartoon, Marie Antoinette is an Austrian It Girl circa 1776, a pampered celeb living in a gilded cage.
Some 400 gathered to celebrate Frazier, one of Playhouse Square's Founding Fathers, who died at age 76 on March 13.