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The Ohio State Theatre is one of the most popular venues in Cleveland when it comes to performing arts productions. It also hosts some of the best artists and bands, as well as the occasional standup comedy show. Located at 1519 Euclid Avenue, the theatre is part of the Playhouse Square Center and was designed by renowned architect, Thomas W. Lamb. It has a seating capacity of three thousand four hundred and was opened to the public in 1921. In 1984, the theatre was rebuilt from the ground up and is today one of the state's best known performing arts center. Many Ohio State Theatre tickets are sold each year for its concerts.
The Ohio State Theatre, known also as the “State Theatre”, is located in downtown Cleveland and was designed to be the flagship theatre amongst a group of venues owned by the Loew's Ohio Theatre company. It was built in the popular Italian Renaissance style and was originally meant to showcase movies and vaudeville, like many other theatres of the twenties and thirties. With a marquee located on Euclid Avenue, it shared the back with the Ohio Theatre and was built with magnificent three hundred and twenty foot long lobbies. These became the longest lobbies serving a single theatre in the world, and included four gigantic murals by the highly accomplished artist, James Daugherty. The four murals, titled The Spirit of Drama – Europe, The Spirit of Pageantry – Africa, The Spirit of Fantasy – Asia and The Spirit of Cinema – America, are some of his best known works.
In 1967, the Ohio State Theatre was modified to play host to the Cinerama exhibition. In the sixties, the venue confronted a dark patch; however when it was featured in one of the interviews, the interest of the public was kindled again. Public support and the formation of the Playhouse Square Foundation brought life back to it. Loew's Building was also bought by Cuyahoga County and in 1973; the theatre was back in business. One of its first events that year was Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, a musical revue. Originally planned for a three week run, it played for two long years and became the Longest Running Show in the history of Cleveland.
In 1978, the Ohio State Theatre became a national landmark, after being included in the National Register of Historic Places. In 1979, work on restoring the theatre began, with a stage house costing seven million dollars. In 1984, the theatre was reopened as new and soon became the home to both the Cleveland Opera and the Cleveland Ballet. Today, it is part of a group of theatres run by Playhouse Square, the largest performing arts center in the US, outside New York.
Playhouse Square contributes substantially to the economic growth of Ohio and has become a vital part of the communities it calls home. The center aims at delivering the finest entertainment to its visitors, while positively contributing to the community. Because of the center alone, more than a million people visit downtown Cleveland each year. Its schedule is also exquisite, presenting the best of Broadway musicals and plays as well as concerts, comedy show, dances, operas, family shows and talk shows.
The State Theatre, one of several that call Playhouse Square home, is the perfect place to enjoy a musical, play, concert or comedy show after buying Ohio State Theatre tickets. This is where people meet, discover culture at a global level, share experiences and get inspired. A world class stage, nearly a century old, it is truly one of the most exciting places to be in Cleveland, Ohio.