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Riverdance’s 20th Anniversary World Tour Offers Much More than Nostalgia

By Steve Sucato

When Riverdance began its first North American tour Bill Clinton was president, there was no such thing as an iPod, iPad or iPhone and Beyoncé was just that woman in Destiny’s Child. 663 more words


Cast of 'Stomp' claps more than the audience--in a good way

As a Theater Critic for The Reserve, Gwendolyn reviewed Playhouse Square’s touring production of “Stomp.”

The story was published on February 7th and can be read here: 9 more words


Why? Jump Back Ball Raffle and Silent Auction!

It’s hard to believe, but we’re less than a month away from Playhouse Square PartnersJump Back Ball, happening on Saturday, February 24. 325 more words


Brazilian Dance Troupe Grupo Corpo Bewitching in Program at Playhouse Square

Reviewed by Steve Sucato

After more than a decade of trying to book Brazilian dance super group Grupo Corpo, DANCECleveland executive director Pamela Young finally got what she desired. 948 more words


Behind the mask: In conversation with the talent behind the touring 'Love Never Dies'

Gwendolyn had the opportunity to interview the cast of “Love Never Dies.” As the sequel to “The Phantom of the Opera,” this show stopped in Cleveland while on its first North American tour. 107 more words

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January 18-20: Dixie's Tupperware Party

Dixie’s Tupperware Party*, the hilarious party show starring Dixie Longate, (which turned Off-Broadway into Tupperware-mania garnering the prestigious 2008 Drama Desk Award Nomination) rolls into Playhouse Square’s Hanna Theatre for a strictly limited engagement of four performances January 18-20.  345 more words