Cleveland Public Theatre is planning the seventh annual STATION HOPE, a one night event of entertainment and art inspired by the history of St. John’s Church and the Underground Railroad, the repercussions of oppression, and contemporary struggles for social justice, on Saturday, May 2, 2020.
How Station Hope Works
Audiences explore St. John’s campus on the corner of W 26th St and Church Ave. With 30+ performances to choose from, attendees will encounter choirs, dance, theatre, intimate solo performance, and interactive art – all happening at the same time in multiple indoor and outdoor venues.
Station Hope performances are 10 – 15 minutes in length and presented multiple times throughout the evening. Art installations will range from large to small, depending on the individual needs and space availability.
Cleveland Public Theatre y el Teatro Público de Cleveland anuncian audiciones para /
Cleveland Public Theatre and Teatro Público de Cleveland announce Auditions for:
Ana en el Trópico
de / By Nilo Cruz
dirigida por / Directed by Julia Rosa Sosa
Presentada en español con subtítulos en inglés / Performed in Spanish with English subtitles
Del 5 al 21 de marzo. Presentación preliminar el 5 de marzo. Noche de Estreno el 6 de marzo. Gordon Square Theatre. /
Runs March 5 – 21. Previews March 5. Opening night is March 6. Gordon Square Theatre.
Acerca de la obra…
Florida, 1929, dentro de una compañía de tabaco Cubano-americana, los cigarros se enrollan a mano y se emplean “lectores” para entretener a los trabajadores de la fábrica. La llegada de un nuevo lector es motivo de celebración, pero cuando este lee a Anna Karenina en voz alta, se convierte en un catalizador en la vida de sus ávidos oyentes, para quienes Tolstoi, los trópicos y el “sueño americano” demuestran una combinación voluble. Presentada en español con subtítulos en inglés. Estreno Regional.
About the play…
Florida, 1929, inside a Cuban-American cigar factory, cigars are rolled by hand and “lectors” are employed to entertain factory workers. A new lector’s arrival is cause for celebration, but when he reads Anna Karenina aloud, he becomes a catalyst in the lives of his avid listeners, for whom Tolstoy, the tropics, and the “American Dream” prove a volatile combination. Performed in Spanish with English subtitles. Regional Premiere.
Created & Performed by various Northeast Ohio artists
Looking to cast…
A variety of performers, diverse in age*, race, physical ability, background, and theatre experience.
*At this time we are only casting actors 18 and above.
About the festival…
Entry Point is a platform for artists to develop their work in the early stages of creation, and then share that work with the public in a festival forum. Entry Point activities include staged readings, short excerpts from works-in-progress, guest panel discussions, and facilitated feedback between artists and audience after every showing. Read More ›
Fall Session – 7 weeks long Audition-Based Youth Theatre Program for current 6th, 7th, and 8th graders
Auditions take place in October Classes take place Nov 5 – Dec 17 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00-5:45pm
6th, 7th, and 8th graders
Taught by Cleveland Act Now Academy Lead Teachers, Faye Hargate and Zyrece Montgomery, the fall session will explore acting fundamentals and ensemble theatre techniques with special attention on building improvisation skills and creating original performance material. Read More ›
For people who identify as coming from Arabic-speaking communities
Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) is proud to announce FREE THEATRE WORKSHOPS for Masrah Cleveland Al-Arabi مســرح كليفلانــد العربــي, a theatre project by, for, and with people from Arabic-speaking communities. There will be five open workshops for people with or without any theatre experience. These workshops are fun, easy, and focus on storytelling, self-expression, and teamwork.
Saturday, October 19, 2–5pm Sunday, October 20, 3–6pm Wednesday, October 23, 6–9pm Sunday October 27, 3–6pm Tuesday, October 29, 6–9pm