Playhouse Square Foundation
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Issues: Arts & Culture
Location: 1501 Euclid Avenue Suite 200 Cleveland OH 44115 USA
PlayhouseSquare is a not-for-profit performing arts center whose mission is presenting and producing a wide variety of quality performing arts, advancing arts education and creating a theater district that is a superior location for entertainment, business and housing, thereby strengthening the economic vitality of the region. With more than 10,000 seats in eight performance spaces, PlayhouseSquare is the largest performing arts center outside of New York and annually welcomes nearly one million guests to a performance, educational program, or special event.
PlayhouseSquare is uniquely situated to serve varied needs within the community. By presenting a wide array of performances, PlayhouseSquare satisfies all audiences with incomparable entertainment. Through a dedicated Community Engagement and Education Department, PlayhouseSquare provides enrichment and growth opportunities ranging from professional development for educators to field trip subsidization for disadvantaged students. Concurrently, PlayhouseSquare is revitalizing Cleveland’s historic Theater District through a blend of preservation and innovation. PlayhouseSquare’s cumulative activities have a $43 million annual impact on the local economy.
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Playhouse Square is the second largest performing arts center in the United States, next to New York. They bring in many broadway shows yearly. They also offer many education classes and workshops for youth and adults. With this being a regional performance arts center, Playhouse Square is one of the top theatrical spaces.
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