4949 Park Ave., W.
Seville, OH 44273
Phone: (330) 769-4949
Fax: (206) 312-1628
Located on the Weymouth Road in Medina, the Medina Performing Arts Center is famed for its huge main stage that dwarfs most of the theaters not just in Medina, but also in towns nearby. The center's twin stages have a combined seating capacity for more than 1500 spectators, and both the venues are equipped with state-of-the-art sound and light technology that enhance the performances. The seats are comfy and there's no such thing as a bad seat at this theater as all the seats offer an unobstructed view of the elevated stage. The events held here are dynamic, as it hosts a mix of events like concerts, dance shows, drama and other genres of performing arts. Visit their website to know more.
Watch the latest movies at this comfortable movie theater. If you arrive to the theater a little early don't fret, just head to their gameroom where you play some arcade games until it's showtime.
Northeast Ohio's only professional resident and touring theater for children and families. Comprised of professional adult actors, directors and designers.
The latest in movie blockbusters, restored classics, independent films and foreign movies are screened at the Regal Montrose Movies 12.
Enjoy your holiday by playing golf or swimming at Fairlawn Country Club. Spread across 200 acres (80.9371 hectares) of land, this club houses 9 hole golf course, pools, tennis courts and a clubhouse for your recreation. You can even plan your special events here as they provide services for your private events. This club can accommodate more than 250 guests for your events. Fairlawn Country Club is ideal for a fun day out with your family and friends this holiday season.
With its intimate and classy stage setting, the Coach House Theatre remains a favourite among theatre-goers for its world-renowned productions; having offered over seventy fine seasons, usually about four productions per season are presented.
The Franklin Park Civic Center, colloquially known as the Tudor House, is a historic structure which was previously used as a residence. Built in 1913, the house encompasses an area of 5.8 acres (2.3 hectares). The huge 20-room house is now a civic center and is used by the community for various activities. The facility is also rented out for private events like weddings, receptions, luncheons and meetings. For details about the rent and booking, please log on to their website.
St. Josephs Family Center is a great rental venue for a number of private events. They have spaces that suit the needs of almost every kind of event held. The center is very popular for weddings receptions, convocations, Proms, corporate celebrations, trade events and more. The center also takes care of catering and decor, and has a well equipped staff is fabulous at their job. A prominent feature here is the beautiful ballrooms, perfect for that white wedding you dreamed of, a prom just the way you want it or even an anniversary that you wont ever forget. So do call in for details or check their website.
This theatre was created in 1956 by a small, dedicated troupe of players, and has since evolved into a widespread enterprise that encompasses three counties; the season runs form May through September, and dramas, comedies and musicals are presented.
The Oriental/Islamic architecture of the Tangier events center stands out amid the more conventional architecture along West Market Street in Akron. Open since 1948, this multi-purpose center has been providing an excellent facility for private events, corporate events, and entertainment in the city. Spread over an impressive area of 60,000 square feet (5574.1 square meters), and comprising 11 rooms, this facility hosts numerous events throughout the year. If you wish to grab a drink and dinner, the Tangier also can provide for that in their Back Stage Bar. See the website or call to know more.
Located in the Merriman Valley, this community playhouse features ten productions, including seven main stage productions and three Youth Theatre events, from September through July each year; a big favourite is the Spring Puppet Show.
The historic parcel of land that Hale Farm & Village is built on was donated to The Western Reserve Historical Society by Clara Belle Ritchie. Historic buildings from around the country were relocated to the land to create a living history museum and village called Wheatfield. Visitors will learn about life during the Civil War and the history of the region. Exhibits relating to fashion, technology, and other subjects can be seen here as well.