Catch a Show and Have Some Fun at the Historical Playhouse Square in March

Whether you are a lifelong Cleveland resident or just visiting friends and family, a visit to Playhouse Square is an absolute must. This local gem of a theater has been operating for more than 90 years now, and during that time it has hosted some of the most beloved plays of our time.
 
Playhouse Square is so famous that it has been celebrated with its very own PBS special. This special, aptly entitled "Staging Success: The Playhouse Square Story" is available at Playhouse Square and online, so you can relive your trip again and again.
 
A History of Success
The extensive history of play house square has more than 90 years behind it and many more great seasons to come! Playhouse Square has been a Cleveland area institution since its earliest days, and it has always been a favorite place for local residents to catch a play, catch up with friends and have a great time.
 
In fact, Playhouse Square has the distinction of being the largest performing arts center in the country outside of the theatres of New York. Even in cosmopolitan New York City, Playhouse Square is only eclipsed by Lincoln Center, an institution in its own right.
 
Playhouse Square is also proud to be the number one home in Northeast Ohio for touring Broadway shows. The theater has hosted the best of Broadway for many years now, and it continues to draw the best the performing arts world has to offer.
 
In addition to the best of Broadway, Playhouse Square hosts an almost endless stream of concerts and comedy events, as well as world-class opera performances, dance recitals and a wide variety of children's programming.
 
Drawing Theater Lovers from Far and Wide
Playhouse Square is one of the most popular, and most successful, performing arts venues in the northeast. Every year the events at Playhouse Square bring in more than one million theater aficionados, music lovers and others to its eight performance venues.
 
Those one million visitors contribute more than $43 million to the local economy, helping Cleveland grow and bringing vibrancy and excitement to the downtown neighborhood. Playhouse Square is operated as a not-for-profit venue, but it remains a powerful development engine for the Cleveland area and beyond. Playhouse Square is fast becoming a leader in arts education, bringing the love of live theater to the next generation of young men and women.
 
The Playhouse Square complex includes eight separate performance spaces, including the Connor Place, Allen, Hanna, State, Ohio, Kennedy's Cabaret, the U.S. Bank Plaza and the Westfield Insurance Studio Theater. No matter what you are in the mood for, chances are you can find it at Playhouse Square.
 
In March, catch a showing of "And Then There Were None", Produced by Great Lakes Theater, running until March 20th. Enjoy the story of a group of ten strangers, lured to a remote English island, making the discover that their eccentric millionaire host is missing. Stranded by a torrential storm and haunted by a clue-filled nursery rhyme, one by one the guests begin to meet gruesome and untimely ends. With only the fallen believed innocent, who remaining among them is the killer? Based on the best-selling mystery novel of all time, this darkly captivating thriller will leave you breathless at the edge of your seat.
 
If you are looking for a great place for the best entertainment in the area, just head down to Playhouse Square and see what's on the marquee. Whether you are a fan of classic Broadway, a music lover or a theater fan, you will find what you are looking for in this famous venue.

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