SEE CLEVELAND’S PLAYHOUSE SQUARE LIKE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE!
OHIO SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL RADIO PLAY
The next in our Ohio Shakespeare Festival Radio Play is a classic thriller. Series—this time, another brand-new script based on a classic thriller.
“Rainsford is a world renowned big-game hunter who doesn't give much thought to his prey. In a three-day struggle for his life, Rainsford finds out exactly what it's like to become the hunted.”
Tune in live on September 19 at 7pm to our Facebook page, and we'll "see" you there. Not a Facebook person? You’ll be able to watch it anytime thereafter at this link.
DOBAMA TO PREPARE VIRTUAL PROGRAMS
Dobama staff have been hard at work preparing and organizing a multitude of offerings to keep our members and supporters engaged with virtual programs, videos, and more! This unique programming will allow audience and artists to stay connected in a variety of ways. More information will be available this coming September.
KARAMU HOUSE AND CLEVELAND PUBLIC THEATRE RECEIVE MUCH-NEEDED GRANTS
Karamu House and Cleveland Public Theatre are among four Ohio arts and culture organizations to receive much-needed grants to help them get through the COVID19 pandemic. Both received $50,000 from Arts Midwest’s share of the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund.
Founded in 1915, Karamu House is the oldest producing African American theatre in the nation. Cleveland Public Theatre, recently named winner of the National Theatre Conference’s 2020 Outstanding Theatre Award, is home to Teatro Público de Cleveland, a local Latino theatre company.