Beck Center is honored to offer USO families FREE access to art education and professional theater productions through a grant from the Bob Hope Legacy.

Beck Center is honored to offer USO families FREE access to art education and professional theater productions through a grant from the Bob Hope Legacy. There is something for everyone, including classes in dance, music, theater, and visual arts. Service members and their immediate family members are invited to register for a class by calling 216.521.2540 x10 with their military identification number. To order up to 4 tickets for any Beck Center professional and youth theater production, please call the Northern Ohio USO office.

Arts Education We’ve all seen the statistics about the value of arts education. Children do better in school and score higher on tests, young professionals are more likely to be financially successful, and adults are more creative and productive workers. Those are the measurable benefits. But what about those things you can’t track on a graph? Happiness. Joy of discovery. Patience. Appreciation for beauty in all forms. Sense of accomplishment. With more than 200 opportunities each week, Beck Center for the Arts is the place for you and your family to experience all the arts have to offer. We have classes, lessons, and award-winning programs in dance, music, theater, and visual arts. Our Dance and Theater Education programs have been named “Best of the West’ for 9 consecutive years! Our Music Education has also won "Best of the West” in 2016 and 2017.

Follow this link to learn more, including class schedules: http://www.beckcenter.org/what-we-do/arts-education/

Service Member Night, Saturday, September 17, 8 p.m. Service members and their families are invited to order up to 4 tickets for the September 17th production of Beck Center’s season opening show One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest - seats are limited and offer will be honored on a first come, first serve basis.

Professional and Youth Theater Productions Beck Center Professional Theater productions include a traditional, yet diverse combination of musicals, dramas and comedies on two separate stages, serving more than 35,000 patrons each year. Artistic Director Scott Spence, celebrating his 75th season at Beck Center, has linked some of Cleveland’s top directors with eclectic titles that Northeast Ohio audiences have come to expect. Click HERE to learn more.

Founded in 1948, Beck Center’s Youth Theater is considered to be the longest continuously running youth theater in the country. Presenting four, fully-produced shows each year. Click HERE to learn more. COMING SOON: Service Member Night for the Youth Theater Production of Snow White’s Adventures

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