Chagrin Valley Little Theatre never ceases to turn in high quality entertainment at budget prices. The year-round season of plays, musicals and special events often rivals the quality seen on much pricier stages, but at under $20 a head. Definitely worth the drive out to the quaint village of Chagrin Falls!
The 'whiteness' of the video didn't strike me quite so much as the lack of any depiction of Cleveland during the third of the year when it's not warm and sunny out. :) But still, it's a great video and includes a nice smattering of 'outside of downtown' stuff like Chagrin Falls, Squire's Castle, and so on.
One of the best places to eat before a show at Chagrin Valley Little Theatre around the corner!
LOL. Next time I get pulled over, I'm going to tell the officer that I was 'unfamiliar with the intersection' and see how far that gets me.
I hope so. It sounds like a fun spot! And nice music, btw. ;)
How do they intend to maintain seat turnover? If people are playing board games, they're going to stay put in those 75 seats for a longer time than they might in an average coffee shop. That means less sales and less chance of finding a seat. No?
Also, they changed their menu and got rid of most of the stuff I liked and their amazing Monte Cristo sandwich went downhill. Pub over at Beachwood Place is a fine substitute.
Nice photos, although Put-In-Bay and Cedar Point aren't Cleveland any more than Erie, PA is.
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