Welcome to the ARCHIVE section of our Theatre and Dance site. Click on the titles of the shows below and you will be directed to each show's online album.
Also - SCROLL DOWN to below the albums for some links to recent media pieces. Enjoy!
DANCE AT CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERISTY
THEATRE AT CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERISTY
Blood at the Root
The Real Inspector Hound
Into the Woods
Romeo & Juliet
January 09, 2020
CPH Benefit Funds Scholarships for CSU Students
November 12, 2019
CSU Presents the Stephen Sondheim musical Into the Woods
September 16, 2019
CSU Announces 2019-2020 Theatre & Dance Season
April 15, 2019
CSU Theatre and Dance Presents “VIOLET”
October 04, 2018
Dance is like a bar fight. Sometimes, you have to take it outside. Therein lies the glory of the American Dance Festival in Cleveland... CLICK HERE for full article.
Summer dance festival will have you hopping in Playhouse Square - July 2018
ADF in CLE, a partnership between the renowned American Dance Festival and DanceCleveland, will launch its second summer dance festival July 24 with Pam Tanowitz Dance of New York at Playhouse Square in Cleveland... Students will study modern, contemporary, hip hop, creative process and repertory classes at Cleveland State University’s Arts Campus in the Middough Building, 1901 E. 13th St., Cleveland. Call 216-991-9000 or see http://www.ADFinCLE.org for more information. “It’s a rare opportunity to have this kind of faculty and this kind of opportunity,’’ ... CLICK HERE for full article.
Crawford County international studies scholarship winners announced - July 2018
BUCYRUS - The Community Foundation for Crawford County announces Michael Moser and EMILY DOTSON (CSU Theatre, Fall 2016 grad) as the 2018 scholarship winners for The Samuel Neff Fellowship for International Studies. CLICK HERE for full article.
Profile on CSU Theatre alum, Rachel Murar. (click for more)
BEST OF CLEVELAND 2017 - CSU Theatre alum Amy Schwabauer wins best actress - April 2017
It was a well above average work from a young playwright that has us and audiences excited to see what vehicles she comes up with next... Click here for full piece
Twelve Productions That Stood Out in 2016 - January 2017
Margin of Error, Ensemble Theatre - When Michael Mauldin walked on stage as the bloodthirsty political operative in this tense and witty effort by local playwright Eric Coble, it was an ideal match. As directed by Eric Schmiedl, and supported by Mary-Frances Renee Miller as his aide Daphne, Mauldin captured our current political horror show. Click here for full piece by Christine Howey.
Cleveland Foundation Cuba trip will fuel Creative Fusion artist residencies this spring - January 2017
The Cleveland Foundation is kicking off its spring Creative Fusion program by sending two-dozen Clevelanders to Cuba on a short trip to build stronger ties before bringing Cuban artists to Cleveland for residencies in later this year... (click for more)
CSU plans to perform rendition of ‘Avenue Q’ - Septebmer 2016
“It’s a new experience that I haven’t ever come close to having before on stage,” Timothy Parks, a Theatre and Dramatic Arts major, said. Parks has just been cast as one of the leads in Avenue Q. “The combination of humans and puppets is incredibly interesting to the show and helps bring a light tone to some otherwise heavy concepts.” To read the full story, CLICK HERE.
Artist Rehabilitation Coalition leverages the Bard to inspire inmates (Lara Mielcarek) - September 2016
ARC is the brainchild of Lara Mielcarek. As one of Cleveland’s classically trained and very popular Equity actors, Mielcarek adores Shakespeare. For the past ten summers, she’s played many of his famed roles for the Ohio Shakespeare Festival at Stan Hywet Hall in Akron and is fresh from her acclaimed take on Lady Macbeth this past summer. By day, she is an adjunct professor of acting at Cleveland State University, where she’s directing a workshop production of David Ives’ All in the Timing in November. To read the full story, CLICK HERE.
MARGIN OF ERROR, Ensemble Theatre (Dr. Michael Mauldin) - September 2016
Mauldin is a compressed whirlwind of repressed anger and resentment as the nicely-named Carver shreds his enemies in the airport’s waiting area (although a player like him would probably have a membership in all the airline lounges). Mauldin brilliantly performs Coble’s in-the-know words, showing how talking points get developed and how cardboard candidates can be made to look three-dimensional—even if stories have to be conjured up out of thin air. You can’t take your eyes off Mauldin, and he rewards you with a memorable character. CLICK HERE to read full review.