Marketing and Public Relations Director
Great Lakes Theater Festival
(216) 241-5490 x317
April 07, 2012
Great Lakes Theater presents a special, pre-show discussion/performance event.
CLEVELAND, OH – Great Lakes Theater (GLT), Cleveland’s Classic Company, will present an extraordinary pre-show discussion and performance event exploring the science behind attraction, entitled What’s Love Got to do With It?: The Science of Attraction, in conjunction with the company’s production of Shakespeare’s classic Romeo & Juliet, at the Hanna Theatre, PlayhouseSquare on Friday, April 27th. Commencing at 6:00 p.m. with a pre-show discussion featuring area experts in the area of Psychiatry, Anthropology and Health in the Hanna Theatre’s Salon, the event will culminate in a performance of Great Lakes Theater’s main stage production of Romeo & Juliet at 7:30 p.m. as part of GLT’s Classics and Conversations audience engagement series.
Explore the science behind attraction in an engaging pre-show discussionwith Dr. Stephen Levine, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Mary Ann Raghanti, Professor of Anthropology at Kent State University and Dr. Linda Spurlock, Director of Health at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. The discussion will be moderated by Eric Wellman, host of 90.3 WCPN’s Morning Edition.
Tickets for the discussion/performance event range in price from $20-$50 and are available by calling (216) 241-5490 x302 or by ordering online here.
Great Lakes Theater, Cleveland’s Classic Company, has brought the pleasure, power and relevance of classic theater to the widest possible audience since 1962. The first resident company of PlayhouseSquare, GLT celebrates its 30th year in downtown Cleveland this season. On its main stage and through its extensive education programming, Great Lakes Theater positively impacts 85,000 adults and students annually.
Romeo & Juliet