Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Behind the scenes at the Hannah this Saturday

SNOOP! Around Town
go behind the scenes at the Hanna Theatre

Join us for our next captivating SNOOP! this Saturday, April 26, when CRS members will sneak behind the scenes for a hard hat tour of the Hanna Theatre renovation project. The theatre, now more than 80 years old, was built in 1921 by Daniel Rhodes Hanna in memory of his father, U.S. Senator Marcus Alonzo Hanna. The first show was a performance of Mark Twain's 'The Prince and The Pauper,' staring William Faversham. In more recent years, the Hanna has been home to musicals, comedy acts and cabarets and will open again following the renovation as the new home of the Great Lakes Theater Festival. Meet us under the marquee at 11:00 a.m. for the tour and learn what's in store for the historic Hanna.

Please note - this event has been changed to include the theatre tour only. Guests are invited to arrange any additional activities independently following the SNOOP!

As always, this SNOOP! is free for Cleveland Restoration Society members. RSVP to Erin Dorsey. Not a member? Take advantage of a special $15 introductory membership rate to join the Cleveland Restoration Society and then you, too, can SNOOP!

Photo by Hugh Fisher

Cuyahoga Arts and Culture
The Cleveland Restoration Society gratefully acknowledges the citizens of Cuyahoga County for their support through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture.

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