Cleveland Ballet in the News
No tilting at windmills for Cleveland Ballet.
Even as it preps a new “Don Quixote” for its grand return to Playhouse Square, Cleveland’s premiere ballet troupe is facing and decidedly overcoming a very real antagonist, the pandemic.
Coronavirus made an impact, to be sure, and hasn’t left the picture, but in financial and artistic terms, the company in fall 2021 is looking and acting as hale as ever.Learn More
The Cleveland Ballet is in its third iteration, having had previous companies in the city from 1935-1942 and 1972-2000. Co-founder and artistic director Gladisa Guadalupe believes this version is here to stay, as a resident of Playhouse Square.Learn More
If you haven’t been paying close attention to the Cleveland Ballet of late, the company has gotten rather big, rather fast.Learn More
An Alliance native with a background in theater is part of an effort to raise money to preserve an arts center in Lorain County.Learn More
During a recent public meeting, Vermilion Mayor Jim Forthofer updated the council and community members on several topics of interest.Learn More