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Cleveland: Venues

Cleveland Venues: Venues Around Cleveland

Below are our Cleveland Venues recommendations, with information on location, admission, transportation/parking, venue history and other points of interest in Cleveland Art.
 

Beck Center for the Arts

Beck Center for the Arts

Located in Lakewood, the Beck Center for the Arts is a place where Northeastern Ohioans can go to enjoy both the visual and performing arts. The Center has a professional theater that produces on two different stages, a youth theater, and a gallery featuring the work of regional artists. Arts education opportunities abound at the Beck Center, where there are classes available for all ages and a Creative Arts Therapies …more…

Blossom Music Center

Blossom Music Center (Cuyahoga Falls, OH)

(June-September) Six thousand covered seats in a low-slung performance pavilion, and space for somewhere around thirteen thousand more on the great, sloping lawn facing the stage, all set squarely in the middle of roughly eight hundred acres of woody Cuyahoga Falls State Park: couple all of the preceding with plentiful amenities, and you begin to understand why Blossom Music Center is one of the premier venues for summer concert-going in the Cleveland area. ...more...

Cain Park

Cain Park

Cain Park is a summer arts park located in Cleveland Heights. In the 1930s, the venue attracted national attention with its ambitious “10 shows in 10 weeks” programming. Today, in addition to music and dance concerts, Cain Park annually produces a musical theater show in the intimate Alma Theater; chosen for production in 2010 was the Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler masterpiece Sweeney Todd. Cain Park is famous as the film location of …more…

PlayhouseSquare Center

PlayhouseSquare Center

Over 1000 programs are mounted each year at Cleveland’s PlayhouseSquare Theater, which is presently the nation’s largest performing arts center outside of New York City. In addition to presenting the seasons of local professional companies like Great Lakes Theater Festival and Ohio Ballet, this not-for-profit also hosts a diverse cross section of visiting productions including Broadway tours, plays, dance programs, operas, family fare, concerts, comedy shows and more. The PlayhouseSquare …more…