Performing Arts Venue
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Playhouse Square is a theater district in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, USA. It is the largest performing arts center in the United States outside of New York. Constructed in a span of 19 months in the early 1920s, the theaters were subsequently closed down, but were revived through a grassroots effort.
From Public Square, take a short walk down Euclid Ave. and you’re suddenly surrounded by the spectacular vibrancy of historic theaters, sparkling marquees, a contemporary streetscape, bustling storefronts-turned-restaurants and a dazzling outdoor chandelier. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself…
Seen many plays and shows; every theater is gorgeous!!! Make reservations for the Hofbräuhaus House next door! The place is a blast!!
Playhouse Square is the largest performing arts center outside New York City. Also, check out the worlds largest Chandelier in the front of Playhouse Square.
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