Author: Andrea Simakis

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How Cleveland native Steven Caple Jr. landed the coveted but daunting gig directing "Creed II." [Read More]
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Playhouse Square kicks off first national tour of "Hello, Dolly!" starring Betty Buckley... [Read More]
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The strange and wonderful paring of Swedish pop and Jane Austen at the Great Lakes Theater. [Read More]
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"Don't go unless you like being scared out of your wits!" [Read More]
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"John" is Annie Baker's ghost story, with a killer part for the first lady of Cleveland theater. [Read More]
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Vernaci assumes the day-to-day operations of the $80 million a year arts and entertainment organization from Art Falco, who will remain the CEO of the... [Read More]
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Also playing at the Beck Center for the Arts in 2018-19: 'Once,' 'Shrek' and 'Matilda'... [Read More]
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'The Lion King' last hit Playhouse Square in 2013. [Read More]
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'Sunset Baby' at Dobama Theatre finds the humanity in the hustlers. [Read More]
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The FBI "study" was referenced in a list of more than two dozen reforms to improve the investigations of missing persons and sex crimes cases. [Read More]
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What happened to the recommendations the FBI made to the city after its study of the Anthony Sowell case? [Read More]
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The end of Zara's short life brings to a close a protracted legal battle that had played out since January. [Read More]
McDonald brought the Great American Songbook by way of classic and contemporary Broadway - the best of it, mind you, not the schlock - to... [Read More]
"The city has been fighting us tooth and nail for years," says family attorney Terry Gilbert. [Read More]
When choosing a set list, says Audra McDonald, "we want to give someone a full meal - we want to make sure they get the... [Read More]
The mother of all musicals is onstage in Lakewood though Aug. 12... [Read More]
The winner of 11 Tonys, including Best Musical, hits KeyBank State Theatre Tuesday. [Read More]
"I don't think there was a whole lot of sympathy for these women," architect Kevin Robinette says of the victims of Anthony Sowell. [Read More]
It's Independence Day but those explosions aren't fireworks in the Israeli drama "On the Grill." [Read More]
The same city government that helped Thelma make her property safe was telling her she hadn't done the necessary repairs - so she had to... [Read More]
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