Event Calendar

Events for Sunday, December 10, 2017

Creative Kids Day at Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus
10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Get your kids in the creative spirit this holiday!

11:30 - 2:00 - Word Play at Lake Erie Ink

12:00 - 2:00 - Cider and doughnuts from Coventry PEACE Park

12:00 - 12:30 - Origami Candy Canes hosted by Living Art

1:00 pm - 2:15 pm - Holiday Gift Makery - Hosted by StudioCat at Artful

2:00 pm - The Little Prince at Ensemble Theatre

Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus, 2843 Washington Blvd.
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Film Screening: The Promise
11:00 AM
$6 general, FREE for Maltz Museum Members

The Armenian Genocide is vividly depicted in this fictional account starring Oscar Isaac, Charlotte Le Bon, and Christian Bale. In the final days of the Ottoman Empire, a love triangle between a young Armenian doctor (Isaac), an Armenian-born woman raised in France (Le Bon), and an American jounalist (Bale) plays out against the horrors of war and genocide. A panel discussion follows the film.
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
2929 Richmond Road
Beachwood, OH 44122
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Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Irregulars
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Dobama Theatre presents the regional premiere of SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE BAKER STREET IRREGULARS, by Eric Coble from the graphic novels by Tony Lee and Dan Boultwood and directed by Nathan Motta.

It’s December on the streets of London, Sherlock Holmes is missing, and a young girl’s grandmother has been abducted. Who will save the day? The Baker Street Irregulars - a group of orphans, pickpockets, inventors, and artists hired by Sherlock himself to help solve cases. Can a gang of street kids find Sherlock, unravel a mystery from their own past, and defeat a masked villain who just might be the evil Professor Moriarty himself? The game’s afoot! SHERLOCK HOLMES is a fun holiday show for all ages that investigates what it means to be a family.

The show runs for 2 hours including a 15-minute intermission. Contains fog and lighting effects.

11/28 Preview at 7:30pm
11/30 Preview at 7:30pm
12/1 Opening at 8:00pm
12/2 at 8:00pm
12/3 at 2:30pm
12/3 PAYC at 7:30pm

12/7 at 7:30pm
12/8 at 8:00pm
12/9 at 2:30pm and 8:00pm
12/10 at 2:30pm

12/14 at 7:30pm
12/15 at 8:00pm
12/16 at 2:30pm and 8:00pm
12/17 at 2:30pm

12/20 at 7:30pm
12/21 at 7:30pm
12/22 at 8:00pm
12/23 at 2:30pm and 8:00pm

12/27 at 7:30pm
12/28 at 7:30pm
12/29 at 8:00pm
12/30 at 2:30pm and 8:00pm


Tues-Thurs Eve.-$35 Adult, $20 Student
Fri-Sat Eve.-$38 Adult, $20 Student
Sat-Sun Matinee-$35 Adult, $20 Student

Preview Nights-All seats $15
Sunday, 12/3 is a Pay-As-You-Can Evening Performance.

The first Sunday of every production is a 7:30pm Pay-As-You-Can performance. Patrons may pay whatever they can afford; $1 or over can purchase a Pay-As-You-Can ticket. Dobama is committed to making live theatre accessible to everyone.

More information about the show can be

found at www.dobama.org/sherlock
Tickets can be purchased online, by email through boxoffice@dobama.org, over the phone at 216-932-3396, or by visiting our box office between 12-4pm Wednesday-Saturday during production weeks.
Dobama Theatre
2340 Lee Road
Cleveland Heights
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Appollo's Fire - Christmas on Sugarloaf Mountain: An Irish-Appalachian Celebration
4:00 PM
To ring in the holiday season, Apollo’s Fire presents the premiere of a new creative crossover program designed by Jeannette Sorrell: Christmas on Sugarloaf Mountain – An Irish-Appalachian Celebration.

The beloved troupe from the original “Sugarloaf Mountain” summer program joins a wider cast with chorus, children’s voices, and additional instruments to celebrate the Celtic roots of an Appalachian Christmas. From the mystical Gregorian chant of old Scotland and medieval Nowells, to folk carols and shape-note hymns at a toe-tapping Christmas gathering in Appalachia… the people of the mountains welcome Christmas with LOVE, SINGING, DANCING and PRAYER.
St. Raphael Catholic Church, Bay Village
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Amahl and the Night Visitors
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Musical prodigy Henry Dyck reprises his role as Amahl in "Amahl and the Night Visitors"' alongside his mother Lara Troyer at Forest Hill Presbyterian Church. Free and open to the public.
Forest Hill Presbyterian Church
3031 Monticello Blvd (near Mayfield and Lee)
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