PlayhouseSquare has announced the following upcoming events:
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE: November 11 – 7:30 pm: $65, $52.50 & $39.50
So You Think You Can Dance makes its return PlayhouseSquare State Theatre engagement, sponsored by Just Dance 4, the world¹s No. 1 dance game franchise, and this year featuring Season Nine’s top 10 finalists: Audrey, Chehon, Cole, Cyrus, Eliana, George, Lindsay, Tiffany, Will and Witney.
Linda Eder: February 2 – 8 pm; $49.50, $30.50 & $10 Smart Seats
When the striking singer-actress Linda Eder first entered the Broadway spotlight as the female lead, Lucy, in Jekyll & Hyde, many critics hailed her as “the most impressive contemporary vocalist since Streisand.” Now, beyond the Broadway stage, Linda Eder’s successful recording career, coupled with sold out international concerts, PBS and Bravo specials have showcased her diverse musical repertoire of Broadway, standards, pop, country and jazz have been key to her ever-expanding fan base. (She’ll perform in the intimate Ohio Theatre.)
GHOST HUNTERS LIVE!: Feb. 21 – 7:30 pm: $35, $25 & $10 Smart Seats.
Television’s #1 paranormal reality series since 2004 has been the Syfy Channel’s Ghost Hunters. Now, beginning its 9th season, Ghost Hunter’s, Jason Hawes (leader of The Atlantic Paranormal Society) plus a special guest will bring their experiences to a live event at PlayhouseSquare to answer questions and recount their run-ins with the paranormal for a provocative, spine-chilling evening. (Takes place in the Palace Theatre.)
INA GARTEN (Barefoot Contessa): March 12 – 8 pm: $75, $65, $45 & $10 Smart Seats
Popular Food Network star and best-selling cookbook author Ina Garten (The Barefoot Contessa) makes her first PlayhouseSquare appearance, delivering an evening of her affable humor on the pleasures of good food and an insider’s view of the world of The Barefoot Contessa in “A Conversation with Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa.” An interactive “Ask Ina” Q&A, and a book signing will follow the performance. It’s a recipe for an informative evening, whether you cook or just enjoy eating. And—using Ina Garten’s signature phrase—“How good is that?” (In the State Theatre.)