Great Black Box theater on Scranton in Tremont. Just down the street from the Tremont Tap House. You can't beat the proximity to the stage and the concon fare is ribald, risque and loves to explore boundaries--psychological, moral, intellectual, and physical. Regularly at top theater in the annual review of theaters done locally, including those by Scene, Rave and Pan, etc. If you've never been, get over and check it out. If you have, go again soon!
At last, truth about what the cameras represent: money, plain and simple. Too bad Norton can't do his real job: encouraging true economic growth in his useless city. Instead of developing true economic options, East Cleveland will continue to steal from the people passing through its depressed streets. Norton represents economic growth at its laziest: steal from commuters.
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