Don't miss the most anticipated and unique party in Cleveland!
This is the ultimate fine arts party in Cleveland with dozens of actors, dancers, performance artists combined with great food and drink. Pandemonium 2013 will take place throughout the Cleveland Public Theatre complex located at 6415 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio (in the Gordon Square area).
Dress to dazzle and expect to be dazzled as you tour the various hidden nooks and crannies of the complex in search of entertainment, food and drink. No need to bring extra cash, your check book or credit cards. The entire evening includes valet parking, food, drinks and entertainment.
Click here to purchase tickets for Pandemonium 2013 or call 216.631.2727 x 205
Included in the festivities will be dance numbers by GroundWorks, Verb Ballets, Inlet Dance Theatre, Wind and Sand Dance Company, Double-Edge Dance, Duece Dance. Live music will be provided by Bethesda, Neil Chastian & Byron Lee "DJ Funk Shway", Global Connections, Last Call Cleveland, Opera Per Tutti, Juliette Regnier, Alison Garrigan and Bobby Williams. Original theater and performing art pieces will be presented by Raymond Bobgan, CPT's The Dark Room, Caitlin Lewins, Melissa Crum, Christine Howey, Pandora Robertson, Cathleen O'Malley & Lauren Fraley and Theater Ninjas. Plan to come early and stay late in order to see everything that Pandemonium 2013 has to offer.
As for food, a slew of celebrity chefs will be cooking up a storm including Luxe Kitchen and Lounge, Root Café, Tartine Bistro, YOLO (Battery Park Wine Bar), Touch Food Truck, West Side Market and XYZ Grill and Tavern and it is all included in the price of the ticket.
Honorable Frank Jackson, Mayor of Cleveland
Jakki Nance (2012)
Honorable Matthew Zone and Michelle Zone (2005)
Brian E. Hall (2009)
Thomas J. Scanlon
Ralph E. Cascarilla
Tracy and Andrea Green
And a Distinguished Host Committee
2013 Pan Award Honoree: Nick Catanzarite
This year CPT honors Nick Catanzarite with the 2013 Pan Award. Nick’s commitment to building a better community is evident through his service on the Gordon Square Board and his civic involvement through legal work at Walter Haverfield and local real estate projects. He is a member of the Ohio State and Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Associations, is active in the Urban Land Institute and a member of the Northern Ohio Italian American Foundation. Nick would like to share his PAN Award honor with his grandfather Pasquale (Pat Catan) whose first ever craft store and warehouse opened on the West Side of Cleveland in the 1950s. This year Cleveland Public Theatre is excited to pay tribute to a family that has continued to invest in Cleveland through multiple generations. Come celebrate with Nick, his family and Cleveland Public Theatre at an event where we can all shine!
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