Playhouse Square postpones Wednesday performances ahead of Cavs championship parade and celebration

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CLEVELAND – Playhouse Square is ALL IN! And they know that Wednesday’s historic celebration of the Cavs’ 2016 NBA Championship is going to rule the day.

In light of that, Playhouse Square has rescheduled the Wednesday, June 22 performances of Phantom of the Opera and Steel Magnolias. They’ve also decided to close their offices for the day.

If you had tickets for the June 22 Phantom of the Opera show, it has been rescheduled for Monday, June 27. Anyone attending that rescheduled show is being encouraged to wear their wine and gold colors as well!

If you had tickets for the June 22 performance of Steel Magnolias,those tickets can be exchanged for another performance by calling 216-664-6050 or by bringing the original tickets to the Playhouse Square Ticket Office at 1519 Euclid Avenue beginning Thursday, June 23 at 9 a.m. Steel Magnolias runs through August 21.

For details on the parade route, parking bans and travel suggestions, click here. 

“This is a historic moment for the city of Cleveland, one we have been anticipating for more than 50 years and we know everyone wants to celebrate in some way,” said Gina Vernaci, Executive Producer at Playhouse Square. “It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to celebrate the end of the five-decade long curse. Joining us are the companies of The Phantom of the Opera and Steel Magnolias as we all share in Cleveland’s joy… We hope everyone enjoys tomorrow’s celebration however they choose to do so. Go Cavs!”

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