Performing Arts

Performing Arts

BalletMet

From classic performances of Swan Lake and The Nutcracker to the more contemporary versions of Dracula and Alice in Wonderland, BalletMet fills each season with surprising variety. Even better, BalletMet offers several educational options and fantastic special events including Dance with the Dancers Party and Benefit Auction.

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CAPA

A non-profit presenter of performing arts and entertainment, CAPA strives to bring high quality performances to Columbus. With several venues and a variety of shows to choose from, CAPA is at the very heart of art and culture in Columbus.

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Columbus Children’s Theatre

Thrilling classics and modern fairy tales are brought to life in a whole new way as they are performed by children.

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Columbus Symphony

Founded in 1951, the Columbus Symphony is central Ohio’s oldest professional orchestra. The Columbus Symphony also operates a youth orchestra, family programming, educational opportunities, and pre-concert talks.

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Dinner. Death. Dessert.

Dinner. Death. Dessert. is a family owned company created on the premise that good friends, good food, and good entertainment […]

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Little Theatre Off Broadway

With six tremendous shows per season (two musicals, two comedies, two dramas), Little Theatre Off Broadway is a must see in Grove City’s Historic Town Center.

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Ohio Theatre

Opened in 1928, the Ohio Theater is one of the grandest venues in Columbus, Ohio hosting more than 100 CAPA events each year.

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Palace Theatre

Originally it was primarily used for Vaudeville performances after its opening in 1926 but since has evolved into a premiere entertainment venue in central Ohio.

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Shadowbox Live

From sketchy comedy to burlesque shows to holiday fun, live entertainment takes on several forms at Shadowbox Live. Shadowbox is a non-profit performance troupe that not only produces the shows but also runs the company’s day to day business.

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Southern Theatre

The oldest surviving theater in Central Ohio and one of the oldest in the state, Southern Theatre has a rich history dating back to the 1800s. It was closed in 1979, gifted to CAPA in 1986 and reopened in 1998.

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Wexner Center for the Arts

Exhibitions, performing arts and films fill the walls of the Wexner Center for the Arts. From classic to contemporary and everything in between, the Wexner Center for the Arts offers classes and programming for families, youth, teachers, and student groups.

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