Over in Cleveland Heights, OH, Dobama Theatre continues to take pandemic life in stride. Despite bans on large in-person gatherings, they continue to engage, educate, and entertain. It’s all about the community.Though their approach to presenting and viewing theater may have changed from when it closed at the beginning of the COVID-19 event, some things… Read more “Dobama Theatre’s Nathan Motta talks about times of growth, change”
“This is a brand-new show that we’ve chosen! Originally, we were meant to perform the musical “My Favorite Year,” but were unable due to the pandemic. So, we decided to adapt a holiday classic into the radio show medium,” says Hannah Hilty of Western Reserve Playhouse (WRP). This year, “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio… Read more “Western Reserve Playhouse turns on the radio for “It’s a Wonderful Life” this December”
“Sometimes I have the real feeling of being a kid playacting alone in their bedroom,” says Holly Holsinger, as she talks about what it’s like to perform solo on Zoom. With one performance left of her show Frankenstein’s Wake (hosted through Cleveland Public Theatre), Holsinger is one of many artists who has stepped bravely into… Read more “Holsinger brings Frankenstein to Zoom, chats about performing solo”
Imagine cozying up by your fireplace (or space heater) with a warm blanket, mug of cocoa or glass of wine on a cold evening, and reading a play with some really cool people. The authors range from William Shakespeare to Caryl Churchill, and topics from murder mystery to musical comedy. The Cleveland Actors’ Play Date… Read more “Cleveland Actors’ Play Date now online, keeping theater alive and stress levels down”
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