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March 13, 2013 by Lisa Craig, Public Relations Manager in General
CPH Centennial Star Award has been established to recognize select individuals who have made special and important contributions to CPH’s rich legacy of artistic and educational programming. The award will be given out periodically over the next 36 months, culminating with the CPH Centennial Season Celebration in October 2015. The very first CPH Centennial Award recipient was Joel Grey, who was presented with the award at our Annual Benefit in November of 2012.
November 05, 2012 by Jessica Bixby, Marketing Associate in General
Did you know you can see any of our Mainstage productions for no more than $15? It's true! You can see a live play here at CPH for less than the cost of a movie and popcorn!
We've made it even easier for you to purchase a student ticket to one of our plays. No special promo codes needed! Just order a student ticket on our website, or tell the ticket agent you are a student when ordering in person or by phone.
A few details:
-$15 student tickets are available for any seat and on any night, pending availability.
-Students must be age 24 or under and show proof of age w/ student ID when picking up tickets.
October 12, 2012 by Jessica Bixby, Marketing Associate in General
Christine Ebersole at The Silver Grille – on November 10 – is few weeks away, but you can participate NOW in our online auction to benefit CPH. Here's a sample of some items up for bid:
Named character in a Les Roberts novel
Cleveland Cavaliers Loge Tickets
Attend a 2013-14 CPH Casting Session in NYC
Walk-on Role in A Carol for Cleveland
And much, much more!
View the entire list of items up for bid!
We'll be adding more items over the next few weeks, so check back often. Please share this website with family... more
August 03, 2012 by Jessica Bixby, Marketing Associate in General
It's been an exciting and adventurous year for CPH! Take a look as we recount our Inaugural Season in downtown Cleveland.
-New Engagement Initiatives
-Connecting on Stage
The Life of Galileo
Daddy Long Legs
Ken Ludwig's The Game's Afoot (or Holmes for the Holidays)
In the Next Room, or the vibrator play
New Ground Theatre Festival
-In the Classroom
And much, much more!
If you've attended a production, participated in one of our programs or attended an event, please share this video with your friends and family!
America's First Regional Theatre - and we're just getting started! more
May 04, 2012 by Lisa Craig, Public Relations Manager in General
March 07, 2012 by Lynnea Nikiforakis, Education intern in General
Man and the Moon, written by Eric Schmiedl, is a parable that tells the story of urban growth, decline and renewal. Artists from CPH transform the school’s multi-purpose room into a theatre where students enjoy the play. The two-actor touring company features Cleveland actors Terrell Richardson, Jr. and Andrea Belser, whose characters show the path of progress and the impact of circumstances on a city over time as it constituents move from its urban center to surrounding suburban areas.
The interactive workshop then engages students in a deeper understanding of the play, allowing them to explore how humans interact in both positive and negative ways to influence their entire community. Geography, places and regions, spatial thinking and skills, and human systems are integrated into... more
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Scheduled for one-night-only, we present California gay-rights story '8' in reading at Allen Theatre on June 30. http://t.co/IuWMZYNnbQ
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Thanks for the support this past season! Check out our '13-'14 Season preview at Medina Public Library. RSVP here: http://t.co/RtEmiH3ys7