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Something Rotten!

Tuesdays, Thursdays-Saturdays, 7:30 p.m., Saturdays, 1:30 p.m. and Sundays, 1 & 6:30 p.m. Continues through May 14
phone 217-771-8403

From the director of Aladdin and the co-director of The Book of Mormon, SOMETHING ROTTEN! is “Broadway’s big, fat hit!” (New York Post). Set in 1595, this hilarious smash tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers who are desperate to write a hit play. When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theatre involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world’s very first MUSICAL! With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, SOMETHING ROTTEN! is “The Producers + The Book of Mormon" TBA
Connor Palace (map)
1615 Euclid Ave.
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 216-241-6000
Something Rotten!

The Happiest Happy Hour in CLE

Mondays-Fridays, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Continues through March 31, 2022

#HAPPYHOUR ALL DAY Monday-Wednesday from 11am-9pm & Thursday-Friday 3-6pm!!!! -1/2 OFF CRAFT COCKTAILS -1/2 OFF ALL Craft Beer Cans & ALL WINES -1/2 OFF ALL Medium Food Plates -$2 Domestic Cans -$2 OFF ALL Shot & Beer Combos -$4 1oz. Bourbon Pours -$5 World Famous "Build Your Own" Shaved Ice High Balls

2nd & High Social House (map)
2123 E. 2nd St.
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 2166859464
The Happiest Happy Hour in CLE

This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement

Tuesdays, Thursdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through May 14
phone 216-593-0575

In the 1960s, ordinary people risked everything to fight for equality. Featuring videos, immersive structures and 150+ black-and-white Civil Rights-era photographs, This Light of Ours offers a stirring look at inequities and tensions past and present, challenging visitors to play a role in effecting positive change. This Light of Ours is included with Maltz Museum admission: $12 adults, $10 seniors (60+) and students, $5 youth (5-11) and FREE for Maltz Museum Members and children under 5.
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (map)
2929 Richmond Rd.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 216-593-0575
This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement

Threads of the Past: art with an eye for history

Tuesdays-Saturdays, 5-8 p.m. and Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through April 29
phone 216-789-2751

Uncommon Art, 178½ N. Main Street in Hudson, presents “Threads of the Past,” an exhibit of artwork created with an eye to history. Meet the artists on Friday, March 10, from 5-8pm as they talk about finding inspiration in ancient Egypt, Ohio settlers, and family histories. The gallery is in a building built in 1833 by Owen Brown; its role in our community will be honored as well. This exhibit is part of a tour of 86 galleries and studios around Northeast Ohio sponsored by Lakeland Community College.
Uncommon Art (map)
178 1/2 N. Main St.
Southern Suburbs
phone 2167892751
Threads of the Past: art with an eye for history

Bob Hope: An American Treasure

Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through June 30
phone x1502

Bob Hope: An American Treasure tells the story of the Guinness Book’s “most honored” entertainer through a series of themed modules that celebrate his comedic contributions, achievements in entertainment, relationships with a number of U.S. Presidents and his other passion – golf. Cleveland History Center is housing 200 vintage photos, six videos and more than 150 items including his Congressional Gold Medal awarded by President John F. Kennedy, and his “Honorary Veteran Citation” from Congress, which he called the most important honor of his life, and more. This temporary exhibit is accessible with museum admission and is open to the Included in CHC admission (WRHS Members and Active Military – Free | Adults – $10.00 | Seniors – $9.00 | Veterans – $7.00 | Children (ages 3-12) – $5.00 | Children 2 and under – Free)

Freaky Friday

Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, 7:30-10 p.m., Tuesdays, 7-10 p.m., Saturdays, 2:30-5 p.m., Sundays, 2:30-5 p.m. and Fridays, 7:30-10 p.m. Continues through May 14
phone 216-241-6000

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Andy & Me

Wed., April 26, 7:30 p.m., Thu., April 27, 7:30 p.m., Fri., April 28, 7:30 p.m. and Sat., April 29, 7:30 p.m.

Andy & Me is a play inspired by the relationship between iconic New York City artists, Jean- Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol. With New York City's burgeoning 1980s hip-hop scene as the backdrop, the play follows homeless artist Lex-Pierre through his journey to legitimize graffiti art. Lex finds an unlikely muse in a man named Andy, who mentors and guides Lex on his journey to success. Written by Tri-C student, Stu Pflaum, this original work is a world premier production. Tickets are free, however donations will be accepted at the door to benefit the Tri-C Drama Club. FREE
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Tri-C Western Campus Theater (map)
11000 W. Pleasant Valley Rd.
Southern Suburbs
phone 216-987-5536
Andy & Me

The 1980s: An Age of Excess

Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 10 a.m.-4:45 p.m., Sundays, 12-4:45 p.m. and Thursdays, 10 a.m.-8:45 p.m. Continues through Aug. 31
phone 330-672-3450

Revisit iconic 1980s fashions at the Kent State University Museum! Curated by Museum Director Jean Druesedow, “The 1980s: An Age of Excess” features European and American designer gowns and streetwear created by Yves Saint Laurent, Ungaro, Chanel, Christian LaCroix, Bill Blass, Oscar de la Renta, Patrick Kelly and Donna Karan, and more. Learn more about the museum’s current exhibitions at The museum is free to the public on Sunday and always free with a Kent State ID. Wednesday-Saturday admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and $3 for children under 18. Parking is free. $0-$5
Kent State University Museum (map)
E. Main and Lincoln sts.
Kent/Portage County
phone 330-672-3450
The 1980s: An Age of Excess

Esther Teichmann: Heavy the Sea

Wednesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through April 30
phone 216-938-5429

In her forthcoming exhibition, Heavy the Sea, award winning, London-based artist Esther Teichmann, takes viewers on a journey through an alternate, orphic world. Teichmann’s practice explores the relationships between loss and desire and the imaginary, blurring the lines between autobiography and fiction. Narratives of longing emerge from photographic fragments, working across large scale still and moving images, sculpture and painting. Visitors will navigate a maze of layered photographs and lush cyanotypes, cloaked fabrics dripped with inks and bathed in subtle hues. OPUS 216 Performances: March 4 & April 29, 2-4pm Artist Talk: Saturday, April 1, 2pm Free

The 7th Annual Taste Latino

Thu., April 27

The locally based Centers for Families and Children aims to improve lives through “integrated behavioral health, primary care, early learning and workforce services.” One of the oldest and largest nonprofit organizations in Northeast Ohio, the Centers serves more than 20,000 people annually. Tonight’s 7th annual Taste Latino supports the Centers’ El Barrio Workforce Development Program and honors its history in the Latino community. The $75 ticket includes a buffet of authentic Latin cuisine prepared by Chef Eric Williams and an open bar. Complimentary valet service will be provided. The Rice and Beans band will perform and organizers will present awards supporters of the El Barrio Workforce program. The event takes place tonight at 6 at El Carnicero. (Niesel)

El Carnicero (map)
16918 Detroit Ave.
Western Suburbs
phone 216-226-3415

A Book Signing

Thu., April 27

Local authors Charles Cassady Jr. and William Krejci appear today from 5 to 8 p.m. at Thrift Crypt, a place that bills itself as "Lakewood's only resale shop run by a pair of horror movie hosts." Specialists in creepy nonfiction, ghost stories and believe-it-not oddities, they'll sign copies of their books, which will be available for sale along with the store's regular mix of rare VHS tapes, louche décor, secondhand clothing, retro tech, cool merch and memorabilia from regional horror filmmakers. Admission is free. (Niesel)

Thrift Crypt (map)
13349 Madison Ave.
Western Suburbs
phone 330-242-4075

Canton Film Fest 6

Thu., April 27

For the sixth year, the Canton Film Fest will return to downtown Canton for a three-day "film forward event." The festival will screen short films made by independent directors from Canton, North East Ohio and all across the country. Festivities kick off tonight at 6 at the Canton Palace Theatre with screenings of Safety Net and Romeo is Bleeding. the director of both shorts will be on hand to participate in question and answer sessions after the screenings. Tickets are $5 per day. (Niesel)

Canton Palace Theatre (map)
605 Market Ave.
Canton/Stark County
phone 330-454-8172

Bob Marley

Thu., April 27

Comic Bob Marley doesn’t play reggae, but he does sing out of his butt. Like the time his wife put him on the Atkins diet and the “assflac” duck flew out as he hovered over the toilet while bacon grease dripped from his eyelashes. Yeah, this guy is not above fart jokes. Other topics of humor include the agonies of waiting for a pizza, comparing strippers to pillows and pretending to understand legal documents. He’s pretty hilarious. The show starts at 8 tonight at Hilarities and performances run through Saturday. Tickets start at $25. (Liz Trenholme)

Jay Phillips

Thu., April 27

You may recognize foul-mouthed comic Jay Phillips from Baby Mama or Semi Pro. He has small roles in both films. Phillips, who's often compared to Richard Pryor, likes to make fun of white people who try to act cool by wearing Obama T-shirts. He performs tonight at 7:30 at the Improv, where he has performances scheduled through Sunday. Tickets are $17 to $20. (Niesel)

Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose

Thu., April 27

In conjunction with its current exhibition, Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose, the Akron Art Museum hosts an artist talk with renowned ceramicist Beth Cavener at 6:30 tonight. Two of Cavener’s sculptures, Unrequited (Variation in Pink) and Strange Attraction (Courtesy of Hieronymus LLC), are included in the exhibition. Cavener’s work appeared in Hi-Fructose’s 16th and 26th volumes, and graced the cover of Hi-the magazine’s 26th volume in early 2013. During her talk, Cavener will discuss her process for capturing expressive and emotionally charged forms in her sculptures. Turn the Page remains on view at the Akron Art Museum through May 7. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for students (with valid ID) and seniors. Admission is free for children under 17, museum members and Blue Star Families. (Usmani)

Akron Art Museum (map)
1 South High St.
Akron/Summit County
phone 330-376-9185
Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose
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