Virtually every city in Ohio has a theater for actors and musicians to display their talents. In Columbus, the Ohio Theater
, which opened its doors in 1928 and is now a National Historic Landmark, is the state’s busiest performing arts facility with more than 100 shows every year. Cleveland can boast the second largest theater district in the United States with the Playhouse Square Center
, constructed in the early 1920s. The Karamu House
in Cleveland is the oldest African-American theater in the U.S. and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
For more information on Ohio arts venues, visit www.artsinOhio.com.