Summer Cabaret Series at Cain Park

Cain park


Cain Park, owned and operated by the city of Cleveland Heights, is home to the Alma Theater, an intimate outdoor covered amphitheater similar to a mid-sized off-Broadway space. It’s the perfect venue to host the The Musical Theater Project’s 2015 Summer Cabaret Series…

Anything You Can Do: The Big Battle of the Sexes!
Vocal Minority: The Amazing Female Songwriters
I Am What I Am: Gays, Lesbians and the American Musical

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A MILESTONE YEAR…and a New Challenge!

15th Logo For 15 years, TMTP has passionately shared that perspective with people of all ages in ways that both entertain and educate. Now, we have an opportunity to realize new dreams through your support. This arts education nonprofit is unique, both locally and nationally, and Cleveland is where it has flourished. Continue Reading…

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July 4th – “2002 on Stage”
The best of the year including “Hairspray,” “Thoroughly Modern Millie” and Elaine Stritch in “At Liberty.”

July 11th – “Let’s Do It!”
Songs about our favorite recreation … and we don’t mean Scrabble!  But no worries … the hour is rated G, because in the Golden Age of the musical, songs could be risqué without being explicit.

July 18th – “The Artist’s Life”
An hour of painters, dancers, singers, actors and songwriters doing their thing, from “Show Boat” in 1927 to “Everyday Rapture” in 2010.

July 25th – “Weather Report”
The forecast for the hour is rain, blue skies, cloudy skies, draught, snow and ice, and even a tornado or two … all in songs from musicals.

August 1st – “Dreams and Visions”
From grand ones like Don Quixote’s “Impossible Dream” to Lizzie Curry’s “Simple Little Things.”

August 8th – “Getting Married”
Some thoughts on tying the knot, ranging from blissfully happy to borderline nervous breakdown—and as you might expect, “I Do! I Do!”—are part of the wedding march.

August 15th – “In Fashion”
From Astaire’s top hat to Hepburn’s homage to Coco Chanel, Broadway and Hollywood musicals have always told us that clothes make the man (and woman!)

August 22nd – “And Then I Wrote”
Several dozen Broadway and Hollywood gems get polished by the writers themselves, including Kander and Ebb, George Gershwin, Stephen Sondheim and Johnny Mercer.

August 29th – “Lullabies of Broadway”
Cradle songs for people of all ages. Some are tender, some are jazzy, and all of them are memorably performed by Julie Andrews, Barbara Cook, Bobby Short and more.

September 5th – “Loveable Losers”
Naturally Charlie Brown and Charity Hope Valentine are on the list, along with Chuck Baxter, Agnes Gooch and lots more.

Catch Footlight Parade in Cleveland on WCLV 104.9 every Saturday at 6pm.
You can also stream our Footlight Parade archives!

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Kids Love Musicals! serves up dance, music and joy!

GracieThis year, TMTP is adding a new 4-week residency to the Kids Love Musicals! line-up to serve children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other cognitive learning differences.

Click here to see more about this special initiative (we promise it will make you smile!).

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