If your organization is planning an event you would like us to consider adding to the WCLV Arts Calendar, submit detailed information to John Simna via email.
Ohio Light Opera
Tickets are now available for the Ohio Light Opera’s summer season at the College of Wooster, with seven shows by Gilbert and Sullivan, Jacques Offenbach, Ivor Novello, Emmerich Kalman, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin. The shows run in repertory from June 18th through August 13th. 330-263-2345
Kent State University Museum
The Kent State University Museum is featuring a juried exhibition of contemporary fiber art coordinated by the Cleveland Museum of Art’s affiliate group, the Textile Art Alliance. The exhibition is on view through July 3rd.
Beck Center in Lakewood presents the regional premiere of Heathers: The Musical in the Studio Theater May 27th through July 2nd. 216-521-2540 ext 10
Kent State University’s Porthouse Theater at the Blossom Music Center will begin the summer with the musical Sister Act with Tuesday through Sunday performances from June 16th through July 2nd. 330-672-3884
Cleveland Shakespeare Festival
The Cleveland Shakespeare Festival’s first of two plays this summer is Richard II. Performances take place at nine different outdoor venues across Greater Cleveland from June 17th through July 3rd.
The fifth season of Chamberfest Cleveland is titled Of Tales and Legends. There will be performances beginning June 15th with a Nosh at Noon in the Smith Studio at the Ideacenter, and running through July 2nd with thirteen concerts at a variety of locations. 216-471-8887
The Cleveland Orchestra’s summer season at the Blossom Music Center gets under way on Saturday and Sunday, July 2nd and 3rd, with an all-Russian program led by Guest Conductor Johannes Debus. And Loras John Schissel will conduct the Blossom Band in the traditional Salute to America on Monday evening, July 4th. 216-231-1111
Kent-Blossom Music Festival
The Kent-Blossom Music Festival’s summer season begins on Wednesday evening, June 29th with Cleveland Orchestra violinists Jung-Min Amy Lee and Peter Otto in music of Bach and Ysaye at Ludwig Hall at Kent State University. 330-672-2787
As part of its Outreach program, the ensemble Les Delices will conduct an open rehearsal of its popular program Folly of Youth on Tuesday evening, July 5th, at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Church Avenue in the Ohio City area.
The summer season of the Huron Playhouse opens with A Chorus Line, running from July 5th through 9th.
ideastream Arts Funding
Production of arts and culture programming on ideastream is made possible by grants from:
ideastream® is a not-for-profit multiple-media public service organization serving the communities of Northeast Ohio and based in Cleveland, Ohio. The mission of ideastream is to strengthen our communities.