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‘A Killing Game’, Akron Symphony and Cleveland Flea

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

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‘A Killing Game’, Akron Symphony and Cleveland Flea Dee Perry spotlights the new show onstage at Cleveland Public Theater - A Killing Game - from Washington, D.C.'s Dog and Pony Theatre Company. Plus maestro Christopher Wilkins explains how he is bringing Beethoven and Rossini together for the Akron Symphony Orchestra's latest concert. And we meet the woman behind The Cleveland Flea which returns to town this weekend.

Additional Information

A Killing Game produced by dog and pony dc is onstage at Cleveland Public Theater Apr 10 - 26.

The Akron Symphony presents Beethoven and Rossini this Saturday, April 12 at 8pm at E. J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall.

The Cleveland Flea happens this Saturday, April 12 9am- 4pm at Sterle’s Slovenian Country House.


Arts and Culture, Music, Theatre


Raymond Bobgan, Cleveland Public Theater

Rachel Grossman, dog and pony dc

Christopher Wilkins, Akron Symphony Orchestra

Stephanie Sheldon, Cleveland Flea

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Special Thanks

Special thanks to the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College for the use of their Steinway Piano.

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Dee Perry image courtesy Chris Stephens, The Plain Dealer