Upstage Players is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
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Live Broadway Children's Musical Productions
Congratulations to Brandon Fleming, our Gene Kelly back when we were at Shore performing Singing in the Rain, was on Grey's Anatomy April 9th! We just got a message that he is an opening act on a Cruise Shop from May to October. Keep up the great work, Brandon!
By Bernadette Walsh
Executive Director, UpStage Players
I am pleased to announce that we have been invited to the Arts for All Festival in Berea on Thursday, May 7th.
The invitation came from someone who saw our play this past year and now knows how good we can be!
The hours will be from 8:30 until 4 p.m. Lunch will be provided - there will be over 800 students in attendance! This will be a great opportunity for us to show off our program. We will be working with a project that will feature theatre masks (the comedy and tragedy ones). The children will take their masks home. All cutting involved will have to be before the event. If anyone would either like to participate the day of or help with preparing for the event let us know before April 18th. We could have a cutting party or we could take home the project and work at home.
Any help appreciated so please email me your availability.
CLEVELAND (November 24, 2014) – Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC) announces that it will invest $27,183,242 in grants to 196 arts and culture organizations in Cuyahoga County through its 2015-16 General Operating Support and 2015 Project Support grant programs.
The grant award amounts (see links below) were approved by CAC’s Board of Trustees during its meeting and celebration event Monday afternoon at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
"Cuyahoga Arts & Culture is honored to support Cuyahoga County’s arts and cultural heritage on behalf of our county’s residents,” said Sari Feldman, president of CAC’s Board of Trustees. “This dedicated source of public funds for arts and culture strengthens the regional economy through strategic investment in a vibrant arts community.” Read the rest of the story at the CAC website: