Historic Haunts 2013|
Friday and Saturday October 4-5, tours departing and ending at Cleveland Public Theatre's Parish Hall (6205 Detroit Ave.) from 6pm to 9:30pm
"The Ghosts of Gordon Avenue"
written by John Stuehr
presented by the West Clinton Block Club
produced by Blank Canvas Theatre and Talespinner Children's Theatre
directed by Patrick Ciamacco
designed by Allison Garrigan
Historic Haunts is a family-friendly walking tour through the heart of the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood. Guided group tours begin at Cleveland Public Theater's Parish Hall with a greeting from former Cleveland Mayor Tom Johnson, who governed the city from 1901-1909. Groups will then be lead throughout West Clinton Avenue, where you will meet a cast of ghostly characters involved in all variety of mayhem and mystery.
Tours depart from Parish Hall every 10 minutes beginning at 6:00pm. The last tour departs at 9:30pm. Each tour lasts approximately 45 minutes. Enjoy entertainment and refreshments at Parish Hall, and support our first-ever raffle, with proceeds to benefit the West Clinton Labyrinth Garden and future productions of Historic Haunts.
Check out our West Clinton Historic Haunts Facebook page for additional updates: www.facebook.com/pages/West-Clinton-Historic-Haunts/199922233404110
Historic Haunts is produced with generous grant support from Neighborhood Connections and City Works. Additional support and assistance provided by Cleveland Public Theatre, the Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization, the West Clinton Block Club, and the fantastic businesses and residents of the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood
CPT Parish Hall (View)
6205 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44102
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|