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Now in its world premiere starring KATE EASTMAN & PETER HARGRAVE as "Cath" & "Bohdi" who search for authenticity in a world that seems increasingly starved of it.
The mother of all jukebox musicals actually has a plot, one powered by female relationships.
Playhouse Square kicks off first national tour of "Hello, Dolly!" starring Betty Buckley
The strange and wonderful paring of Swedish pop and Jane Austen at the Great Lakes Theater.
"Don't go unless you like being scared out of your wits!"
"John" is Annie Baker's ghost story, with a killer part for the first lady of Cleveland theater.
Also playing at the Beck Center for the Arts in 2018-19: 'Once,' 'Shrek' and 'Matilda'
'Sunset Baby' at Dobama Theatre finds the humanity in the hustlers.
When choosing a set list, says Audra McDonald, "we want to give someone a full meal - we want to make sure they get the appetizer, the entree and the dessert. All of it."
'Hamilton': Why the 11-time Tony Award winning musical is worth the hype.
The winner of 11 Tonys, including Best Musical, hits KeyBank State Theatre Tuesday.
It's Independence Day but those explosions aren't fireworks in the Israeli drama "On the Grill."
Orin Wolf spent 10 years fighting to bring the luminous hit to Broadway.
Going into tonight's Tony Awards, if "The Band's Visit" is like a poem, "SpongeBob" is the biggest pop-up book you've ever seen.
"Frozen" comes to Cleveland as part of the 2019-2020 KeyBank Broadway Series
She will replace outgoing CEO and executive director Karen Gahl-Mills
"Beehive" blows a tire when it sells itself as a journey of women's empowerment.
"Appropriate" explores the sins of slavery through one seriously dysfunctional family.
Stephen Karam's play at Connor Palace turns the dinner-table dramedy on its head with a heaping serving of existential dread.
Hamilton tickets for this summer's run at Playhouse Square went on sale to the public at 9 a.m. Friday.
Artistic director says it's time for slate of female playwrights in 2018-19
At precisely 9 a.m. Friday, April 13, about 60,000 seats to America's hottest Broadway tour will be up for grabs.
Also on tap: the launch of the North American tour of British scarefest "A Woman in Black"
Jonathan Larson's glorious musical theater masterpiece deserves a more powerful reprise than this road company gives it.
"The Invisible Hand "evokes an amusing elevator pitch: "Think 'The Wolf of Wall Street' meets '24'!" But Ayad Akhtar's play is smarter than that.
"A Bronx Tale," "School of Rock" and a reimagined "Miss Saigon" also coming to Playhouse Square.
"American Dreams" couldn't be more timely, as Congress debates the fate of some 700,000 Dreamers and how the country will treat legal immigrants and refugees.
Annie Wilkes might talk like a sheltered goody-two-shoes ("cockadoodie" is as vulgar as she gets), but she's hardly benign.
"Hair" is no mere time-capsule relic. It still has a lot to say.
Betty Buckley will headline the first national tour of "Hello Dolly!" kicking off in Cleveland
The role of Paul Sheldon is deceptively tricky, able to do what Hans Gruber and a slew of other terrorists couldn't in five "Die Hard" movies: It beat Bruce Willis.