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Each Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 PM, WCLV 104.9 ideastream devotes an hour to one or two of our Arts Partners and previews upcoming activities by those partners.

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Beck Center

The Spitfire Grill opens the new season at the Beck Center’s Mackey Theater on September 18th.  The production will continue through October 18th

216-521-2540 ext 10   

Howson Gallery

The Howson Gallery at Judson Park presents Individually Interpreted, paintings by Shaker Heights artist Kathleen McKenna.  The opening reception is Friday, August 28th.  The show continues through October 11th.  

Clague Playhouse

Clague Playhouse in Westlake has the comedy thriller The Ghost Train playing through October 18th.  440-331-0403  

Akron Symphony

The Akron Symphony’s Pops Series begins with music of John Williams on Saturday evening, October 10th, at E. J. Thomas Hall at the University of Akron. 

Cleveland Composers Guild

The season’s first concert by the Cleveland Composers Guild will include music of Larry Baker, Loris Chobanian, Nick Puin and others at Cleveland State University’s Drinko Recital Hall on Sunday afternoon, October 11th.


Dancing Wheels

Dancing Wheels presents Lasting Legacy, a world premiere concert at Playhouse Square’s Allen Theater, on Saturday evening, October 10th.  216-241-6000  

Bullets Over Broadway

The national tour of Bullets Over Broadway comes to Playhouse Square for a two-week run October 6th through 18th.  216-241-6000  

True North

The True North Chamber Orchestra will perform A Night of Music from Disney films at Elyria High School’s Performing Arts Center on Saturday evening, October 10th. 440-949-5200  ext 221  

Cleveland Philharmonic

The Cleveland Philharmonic’s opening concert of its 78th seasons will include music of Mozart, Richard Strauss and Beethoven.  There’ll be two performances, on Saturday evening, October 10th at First Church in Painesville and Sunday afternoon, October 11th, at the Tri-C West Campus Auditorium in Parma.   216-556-1800  

Music for Miles

The next concert of the Music for Miles series at Waterloo Arts presents the Black Squirrels Wind Quintet, faculty ensemble at Kent State University, on Sunday afternoon, October 11th.  216-696-9500  

Cleveland Playhouse

At the Cleveland Playhouse, Arthur Miller’s  The Crucible begins October 10th in the Outcault Theater and continues through November 8th.   216-241-6000  

Beck Center

Beck Center in Lakewood has the regional premiere of Terence McNally’s Mothers and Sons in the Studio Theater October 9th through November 15th

216-521-2540 ext 10  

Cleveland Museum of Art Film Series

The Cleveland Museum of Art’s film series will include a restored 35 mm print of The Sign of the Cross on Wednesday evening, October 7th.   Sunrise will be shown on Friday and Sunday, October 9th and 11th.   216-797-2465  

Cleveland Cinemateque

The Cleveland Cinemateque is now in its new home in the Peter B. Lewis Theater at 11610 Euclid Avenue.  Several films in the Martin Scorsese Presents:  Masterpieces of Polish Cinema series are in the offing, including The Saragossa Manuscript, Illumination, Camouflage and The Constant Factor.   216-421-7450  

Apollo's Fire

Apollo’s Fire’s next production is called Splendor of Venice, concertos for multiple instruments by Antonio Vivaldi.  There’ll be four performances in Fairlawn, Cleveland Heights and Rocky River Thursday through Sunday, October 15th through 18th.  216-320-0012  

Cleveland Orchestra

Music Director Franz Welser-Moest leads three Cleveland Orchestra concerts at Severance Hall on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 8th through 10th, with music by Verdi, Messiaen and Richard Strauss.  216-231-1111 

Rocky River Presbyterian

Pianist Baulo Chen will play muisc of Brahms, Prokofiev and Tan Dun on Sunday afternoon, October 11th, at Rocky River Presbyteian Church.  440- 333-4888