6191 Quarry Ln.
Independence, OH 44131
Phone: (216) 328-7777
Fax: (216) 524-0403
Founded by people who love theater, this non-profit has been entertaining its patrons since 67 years. Brecksville Little Theater has been always popular for showcasing best of the best plays, musicals, revues, skits and community events. Relax in their comfortable seats to enjoy thrilling plays like 'Murder By Misadventure', which was a complete hit when it was playing at the venue. Or grip your seat as you burst into uncontrollable laughter while watching musical comedies like 'Crossroads' and 'Mash'. You can enroll your kids in the Youth Theatre Program and workshops which train budding talents to rise as shining stars of theater.
Located across South Miles Road, Metroplex is a recreation center and a sporting venue. It hosts local events and sporting competitions on a regular basis. You can also rent the space for private events. For detailed information, call ahead.
Dag House is a two-story private residence tucked away near Tremont Park. This Cleveland DIY venue hosts metal, hardcore and punk concerts at their basement. Though drinks are not served, you can bring your own beer to the shows. Only those in the know are aware of this place. Some of their previous line-ups are Marine Corpse, Ratnoose, Two Hand Fools, Typesetter and Wringer.
German beer by the litre, sausages, and Taco Tuesdays, Sachsenheim Hall has it all. Biergarten and performance space rolled in to one, this lively bar attracts a varied clientèle with its legendary reputation. The weekly specials and theme nights are especially popular and a treat that is worth waiting for. The beer selection changes regularly so be sure to ask the bartender about what's new. The food menu is pretty modest, but with delicious tacos, burgers and sausages on offer you certainly won't hear any complaints. So, stop on by Sachsenheim Hall, kick-back, relax and enjoy what is sure to be a fun night out with friends.
Shaker Square Cinemas offers the charm of a movie theater from a past era while screening today's big blockbusters, including 3D movies. Before you grab a comfortable seat in the theater, head to the lobby to pick up your favorite snacks, or even a beer! Besides showing current popular films, you'll also find the occasional foreign or independent film being shown.
Karamu House is one of the oldest African-American theaters in the whole of the United States. It is located on the east of Cleveland and offers a rich foundation for a lifelong love for theater and performing arts. Professional tutors are appointed to impart knowledge and the basics of art, dance, music and cultural art forms. The fees are on a steeper side but it proves its worth going by the array of activities on offer. With a history that spans across more than a century, the Karamu House plays a significant part in preserving and depicting the Afro-American culture and its values.
Saddle Ridge, located in one of the busiest streets of Cleveland, is most famous for the wild mechanical bull rides that it offers to all those who are in a mood for some party. The music played is just great and includes all varieties such as country, western, dance, hip-hop, rap and rock. The whole atmosphere at Saddle Ridge makes you want to go there again and again. The club also has a pool table and a game room and it is a great venue to catch Gallagher do his comedy bit and artists like David Allan Coe perform live for the crowd.
Progressive Field (formerly known as Jacobs Field) is a fantastic facility created explicitly for baseball. It has become one of the well known landmarks of the city. With 122 suites and a seating capacity of 43,545, it is a great home for all of Clevelend's baseball heroes. Progressive Field is a very unique venue for holding events such as a meeting or a large-scale celebration. Gourmet catering is also offered and the meeting rooms are very well-equipped, as are the banquet facilities.
The Time Warner Cable Amphitheater is a fantastic concert theater located in Tower City, Cleveland. The amphitheater has a capacity of around 5000 people and the location is absolutely beautiful with the Cuyahoga River in the background , making it an extremely scenic venue. With excellent sound and lighting systems, this place has played host to concerts by world famous bands such as Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie, Chicago, Dave Chappelle and several others.
Cleveland Public Theatre or CPT was the brainchild of James Levin an actor and director in New York city. Founded in 1981 it is today the leading stage for experimental theatre in Cleveland. From the beginning, CPT has supported artists, art organizations, and theatres. It has launched many companies including Wishhounds, Ground Zero and The Repertory Project. It has also developed projects like the Performance Art Festival, Festival of Alternative Theatre, American Indian Festival etc. Every week, artists from CPT go to Elyria to teach, share, and collaborate with former homeless women with the end result of bringing out an original performance. The CPT Bookstore acquired in 2007 is also used for rehearsals, events and small scale performances.
Since first opening on November 1st, 1991, the Bert L. and Iris S. Wolstein Convocation Center has been the home for Cleveland State University Basketball. The arena has a seating capacity of over 13,000 and houses state of the art scoreboards and electronic equipment one would find in a professional league stadium. In addition to basketball, it also hosts a wide array of events from soccer matches to the always-exciting Alan Jackson concert.
Wilbert's is Cleveland's premier restaurant and a place for some really good original music. The restaurant is open for music concerts and Mike Andersen, Jake Andrews, James Armstrong and William Bell are some of the artists to have graced the place and entertaining audiences. From national and local to regional acts, all genres of reggae, pop and jazz enliven the place. Apart from the music the food is versatile as well. The menu is completely bistro style with dishes like Seared Ahi Tuna, Chicken/Pasta Primavera and Cajun Shephard's Pie. Lunch Specials are different for each day and everything is homemade. An original menu and an even original brand of music is what makes this place a must-visit!