Try the Trumbo -- We Hear It's Fabulous!

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Think of the Cleveland Play House’s weeklong FusionFest as a performing-arts buffet, featuring some of the area’s tastiest new work. On tap are special performances of the Play House political satire Lincolnesque, Daniel Beaty’s one-man play Emergence-See!, and Trumbo: Red, White, and Blacklisted, which stars The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’s Robert Vaughn. Dobama Theatre (which presents the world premiere of Lunacy), Karamu House (which hosts a reading of the musical The Funkentine Rapture) and Verb Ballets (which dances Dreamweaver) also get in on the action. Plus, jazz trumpeter Dominick Farinacci and salsa group Sammy DeLeon y Su Orquestra headline concerts. Many of the productions run simultaneously at the Play House’s Bolton, Brooks, and Drury theaters.
May 5-13
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