• For $12, you get two general-admission tickets to see The Parlotones on Tuesday, June 21 at 8 p.m. (a $24 value). • For $12, you get two general-admission tickets to see Mishka and Mat McHugh on Tuesday, June 28 at 8 p.m. (a $24 value).
Nestled within the acoustic splendor of the Blossom Music Center's pyramid-shaped pavilion, you’ll be close enough to taste the high notes of the piccolos, the vibrato of crashing cymbals, and the sass of brassy fanfares as the Blossom Festival Band fills the air with patriotic music. Led by conductor Loras John Schissel, the program will include the toe-tapping marches of John Philip Sousa, a salute to the U.S. Armed Forces, and Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture. As long as the weather allows, fireworks will follow the concert—an exploding cherry bomb on top of the sweet sundae evening.
Every year, Cinema at the Square takes over the Palace Theatre's 20'x47' screen to treat moviegoers to an eclectic lineup of classic flicks. With a restored 1927 Kimball organ played before the films, the month-long festival transports viewers back in time, allowing them to forget their everyday cares and give fellow show-goers new everyday cares by dumping a pack of Milk Duds into their purse. The Palace Theatre was originally built in the roaring '20s, and proffers the perfect locale for breathless escapism, with rich red carpet and a lobby dominated by a sweeping marble staircase.
sums up its specialties in no-frills fashion: "Food, drinks, live bands, and a lot of history to be made." The casual bar and grill welcomes guests with American fare such as burgers, wings, and pizza, and pours out beers from taps and bottles. Sips are scored to the sounds of DJ sets and rounds of trivia.
Founded in 1915, we are America’s first regional theatre. More than 12 million people have attended over 1,300 of our productions.
Mission Statement: To inspire, stimulate and entertain diverse audiences in Northeast Ohio by producing plays and theatre education programs of the highest professional standards.