2716 Creekside Drive
Twinsburg, OH 44087
Phone: (330) 963-5909
Fax: (330) 963-5929
2716 Creekside Drive , Twinsburg, OH, US, 44087
- Phone: (330) 963-5909
- Fax: (330) 963-5929
Founded by people who love theater, this non-profit has been entertaining its patrons since 67 years. Brecksville Little Theater has been always popular for showcasing best of the best plays, musicals, revues, skits and community events. Relax in their comfortable seats to enjoy thrilling plays like 'Murder By Misadventure', which was a complete hit when it was playing at the venue. Or grip your seat as you burst into uncontrollable laughter while watching musical comedies like 'Crossroads' and 'Mash'. You can enroll your kids in the Youth Theatre Program and workshops which train budding talents to rise as shining stars of theater.
Located across South Miles Road, Metroplex is a recreation center and a sporting venue. It hosts local events and sporting competitions on a regular basis. You can also rent the space for private events. For detailed information, call ahead.
The Blossom Music Center center is located about 45 minutes from Cleveland. In addition to being the summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra, Blossom presents a variety of artists, from rock to country to classical. Bring a picnic, make reservations at the restaurant or grab a snack there. Sit under the large pavilion, which holds approximately 5000 people, or let the notes drift around you up to the stars. The designated lawn area seats 13,500.
The historic parcel of land that Hale Farm & Village is built on was donated to The Western Reserve Historical Society by Clara Belle Ritchie. Historic buildings from around the country were relocated to the land to create a living history museum and village called Wheatfield. Visitors will learn about life during the Civil War and the history of the region. Exhibits relating to fashion, technology, and other subjects can be seen here as well.
This theatre was created in 1956 by a small, dedicated troupe of players, and has since evolved into a widespread enterprise that encompasses three counties; the season runs form May through September, and dramas, comedies and musicals are presented.
For over twenty-five years, talented dancers ages eight through eighteen have been performing for audiences in northeast Ohio. With 32 original ballets, three modern dance works, and five commissioned scores, the company astounds all who see them with their professional level productions. Since 1998, it has also offered Reach Out and Dance (ROAD), an artist-in-residence program of dance for Akron Public School Children in the belief that the art of dance has a unique power to engage and motivate children.
Located in the Merriman Valley, this community playhouse features ten productions, including seven main stage productions and three Youth Theatre events, from September through July each year; a big favourite is the Spring Puppet Show.
The Regal Independence 10 features critically acclaimed movies, alternative films, restored classics, and first run foreign movies.
Shaker Square Cinemas offers the charm of a movie theater from a past era while screening today's big blockbusters, including 3D movies. Before you grab a comfortable seat in the theater, head to the lobby to pick up your favorite snacks, or even a beer! Besides showing current popular films, you'll also find the occasional foreign or independent film being shown.
If the current blockbusters don't interest you, head over to Cedar Lee Theater for some great foreign and independent films. You can tell you're in for a unique experience when you walk up to the theater and see the classic marquee announcing the current screenings. Besides showing critically acclaimed films, they also hold special screenings of classics, including The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Check their website for specials on popcorn, drinks, and tickets.
Initially owned by the municipal, this is located at the Cain Park. The construction of the amphitheater is quite impressive with a permanent 3000 seats and 80' stagehouse built by the famed Italian stonemasons. The stage's decor also has a permanent canopy and is well-equipped with the latest gadgets. There are some popular and interesting plays showcased here. Please look out for your favorite theatrical performances at the Evans Amphitheatre.
The Oriental/Islamic architecture of the Tangier events center stands out amid the more conventional architecture along West Market Street in Akron. Open since 1948, this multi-purpose center has been providing an excellent facility for private events, corporate events, and entertainment in the city. Spread over an impressive area of 60,000 square feet (5574.1 square meters), and comprising 11 rooms, this facility hosts numerous events throughout the year. If you wish to grab a drink and dinner, the Tangier also can provide for that in their Back Stage Bar. See the website or call to know more.