Mission: Playhouse square foundation 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.
Programs: Entertainment expenses - these include marketing and presentation expenses for the various presentations offered during the year. There were 1,008 events and approximately 1. 1 million guests to the theaters during the year. Over 20,000 students and teachers attended children's theater performances due to subsidized buses or tickets. 89,630 students and adults participated in various programs hosted by playhouse square foundation throughout the year.
theater occupancy costs - these overhead expenses were associated with maintaining and operating the facilities to allow for the variety of events presented by the foundation and services provided to the guests.
area development and real estate management services to retain and attract tenants to the district.
theater depreciation includes depreciation on theaters, theater equipment, and improvements, as well as depreciation on administrative offices and amortization of loan fees.
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.