Kalliope Stage, in Cleveland Heights, dies, but hopes to soon rise from the grave

Kalliope Stage, the little black-box theatre that could, has closed. Facing the same monetary struggles as many regional theatres – that is, they’re way broke -- the cozy space in Cleveland Heights finally closed its doors earlier this month, right before a production of Fanny Hill was supposed to begin. A donation drive earlier in the year, organized by owners Paul Gurgol and Rex Snider, failed to keep afloat the small theatre, which has recently run such shows as Opal, Cabaret, 110 Degrees in the Shade, and Wild Party. ...
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