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Mission Statement

The mission of The Cassidy Theatre Inc. is to enrich the multicultural life of the Greater Cleveland area by providing a diverse theatre arts program that entertains, informs and educates.


Cassidy Theatre, formerly known as the Greenbrier Theatre, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that prides itself on bringing quality theatrical productions at affordable prices to the citizens of Parma Heights and the surrounding areas.

Each year we offer a season of 6 mainstage productions and various special events. We choose our productions in a way that offers audiences a variety of entertainment, something for everyone! Within each season, we choose one lesser-known show that encourages the audience to step out of their comfort zone and get a taste for something new. Our recent production of "Blood Brothers" was slated as a challenge to the audience, and we feel it will stand as one of the best-loved shows of our season.
Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, and Sundays at 3pm.
Tickets can be purchased by calling our Box Office at (440) 842-4600.

Cassidy also has a very active Youth Theatre. Three sessions of classes are held each year--summer, fall and spring--for students ages 4 to 19. These are performance classes that focus on acting, singing and movement, geared to involve students of all experience levels. Our instructors actively work all across the Greater Cleveland theatre scene, which allows them to bring their own experiences into the educational atmosphere. Additionally, our Youth Theatre produces two full-length productions each year in which the students play all the roles! Auditions for these shows are open to all students ages 7 to 18, and they don't need to have attended our classes. All shows are produced at no cost to the students.



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