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Cleveland is rich with theatrical venues, both professional and volunteer based. We are pleased to welcome leaders from Karamu House (106 years old) and The Chagrin Valley Little Theatre (91 years old) to bring you a very special evening.
(L-R) Tony F. Sias, President & CEO, Karamu House
Aseelah Shareef, Director of Operations + Community Engagement, Karamu House
Andrew Rothman, Digital Media Volunteer, Chagrin Valley Little Theatre
Join us in celebrating the longevity of these esteemed institutions and learn what the future looks like as live performance returns to our stages. The discussion will be followed by a self-guided tour featuring gravesites of performers and supporters of the performing arts. Registration and ticket purchase required; cost and location TBA, tickets on sale soon.
About the Curtain Up! Series
For this series, it is our honor to partner with historic Cleveland institutions for a “State of the Arts” conversation, while introducing you to notable musicians, performers, and supporters of the arts whose final resting place is Lake View! Registration and ticket purchase required.
Registration is required for all Walks, Talks, Tours, & Events and admission to The James A. Garfield Memorial and Wade Memorial Chapel. To provide the most enjoyable experience for our guests, capacity for each event has been limited.
If you're unable to attend, please consider making a gift. Each gift we receive ensures Lake View Cemetery is here for our community to enjoy now and for eternity.
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