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1407 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Our theatres are located at
1407 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115

Box Office (216) 241 6000

Hall of Fame

2014/2015 Inductees

Joseph J. Garry, Jr.

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Joe Garry has contributed to the Northeast Ohio community and the field of theatre for over 40 years. He began his professional theatre training at Cleveland Play House in 1959. While at CPH, he directed several record-breaking productions, including Dark of the Moon, The Bird’s, StoryBook Theatre, Painting Churches, The Arabian Knight, Images, and Candide. Joe, who works alongside his partner David O. Frazier, has directed operas, musicals, plays and concerts and actively produced 15 musicals, including Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, which ran for two and a half years and served as a catalyst for the restoration of the Playhouse Square Theatre District in the 1970s. He is also the former head of the Theatre Department at Cleveland State University, where he served as a professor and wrote, directed and produced plays, musicals and operas.

George Gund II

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Well remembered today as the founder of The George Gund Foundation, his contributions of time and counsel are as much an enduring legacy of George Gund as his financial support. Throughout his lifetime, his career included banking, real estate, animal husbandry, and ranching. The George Gund Endowment Fund at CPH was established in 1948, the revenue from which was used for CPH’s Visiting Artists Fund. In 1952, he established The George Gund Foundation, which utilized a corporate foundation structure to provide creative solutions to social issues through the thorough review of proposals and disbursement of funds. He was a member of the Cleveland Play House Board from 1949 to 1966 and the Cleveland Play House Foundation Board from 1964 to 1966. The impact of George Gund’s accomplishments and philanthropic endeavors is still felt today by Cleveland Play House and the multitude of organizations who have benefited from his foresight, business acumen, and generosity.

Nelson Isekeit

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Heritage Award Winner

In 1964, Nelson Isekeit joined the Play House family when Business Manager Lenore Klewer hired him as a Box Office Assistant. Under Lenore’s tutelage, Nelson learned the rigors and responsibilities of serving the best interests of CPH. He eventually became the Box Office Manager and then the Business Manager. At the box office window, Nelson understood the importance of a personal touch, knowing the names and faces of all the patrons, board, and staff. As Business Manager, he was a fiercely devoted and responsible steward for the long-term fiscal health of Cleveland Play House.

Maeve McGuire

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Maeve McGuire began her illustrious career at Cleveland Play House as a Curtain Puller at the age of five and studied acting for the next 14 years. After her graduation from Sarah Lawrence, Maeve performed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Off-Off-Broadway and at a variety of regional theatres. Television and film roles would follow. She appeared on all networks with her memorable starring roles in The Edge of Night, Another World, As the World Turns, One Life to Live, Search for Tomorrow, and All My Children. Maeve appeared in ten major films, including For Love of Ivy, 28 Days, A Perfect Murder and Six Degrees of Separation. One of her favorite film roles was in The Kid from Cleveland, which featured many Cleveland Play House actors. She eventually returned to her beloved Cleveland Play House to star in The Little Foxes, Another Part of the Forest and Night of the Iguana.

June Squibb

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June Squibb moved to Cleveland in 1950 to sing and dance with Cleveland Play House. She was awarded a fellowship as Assistant to the Prop Head and was cast in several productions, including Marseilles, The Play’s the Thing, Goodbye, My Fancy, Heiress, Detective Story, Antigone, Ladies in Retirement and Bloomer Girl. She got her big break in 1958 by landing the role of Dulcie in the Off-Broadway production of The Boyfriend. June has extensively taught acting workshops over the years. Since 1990, June has appeared in 20 films with roles in About Schmidt, Alice, Scent of a Woman, The Age of Innocence, Far From Heaven and Meet Joe Black. For her role in Nebraska, June received an Academy Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actress in 2014 and won a Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture.

Past Inductees

2012/2013

Frank & Dorothy Draz

Barclay Leathem

*The Women's Committee of Cleveland Play House

Jack Weston

2011/2012

Dom DeLuise

Richard Gould

Evie McElroy

Stanley & Barbara Meisel

2010/2011

Elizabeth Flory Kelly

*Elijah Ford

Margaret Hamilton

Shirley Oberlin

Kirk Willis

Artha Woods

2005/2006

Ruth Nelson

Dorothy Paxton

2003/2004

Barbara Baxter

2002/2003

Mrs. John B. Dempsey

2001/2002

Walter & Jean Kalberer

Paul Rodgers

2000/2001

Mrs. Austin B Chinn

Francis Drury

David O. Frazier

1999/2000

Ed Asner

Jane Iglauer Fallon

Esther Mullin

1998/1999

Max Eisenstat

Leland Schubert

1997/1998

William M. Jones

Jack Lee

Richard P. Oberlin

1996/1997

Marilyn E. Brentlinger

K. Elmo Lowe

Chloe Oldenburg

1995/1996

Charles S. Brooks

Richard Halverson

Hildegarde Stashower

1994/1995

Walter L. Flory

Julia McCune Flory

David Selby

Susan Sullivan

1993/1994

Robert E. Frankel

Raymond O'Neil

1992/1993

Harold Fallon

Joel Grey

Mary Elizabeth Klein

G. Robert Klein

1991/1992

Kenyon C. Bolton

Frederic McConnell

Marlo Thomas

*Heritage Award Winners

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Our Theatres

Allen Theatre

Allen Theatre

Helen Theatre

Helen Theatre

Outcalt Theatre

Outcalt Theatre

The Allen, Helen and Outcalt theatres are located at Playhouse Square
1407 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115

Administrative Offices and Education Center
1901 E. 13th Street, Suite 200 Cleveland, OH 44114 (216) 400-7000

Production Center
7401 Detour Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44103

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