|The Allen Theatre|
Allen Theatre ceiling detail
|Architect||C. Howard Crane|
|Owned by||Cleveland Play House|
|Current use||Performing arts center|
The Allen Theatre is a theater on Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, part of Playhouse Square. Formerly the third largest of the four primary theaters in the PlayhouseSquare complex with a capacity of approximately 2,500 (hosting touring musicals and other larger productions), it was remodeled in 2011 to seat 500, becoming (along with the new Second Stage and Helen Rosenfeld Lewis Bialosky Lab Theatre) the home of the Cleveland State University Dramatic Arts Program and Cleveland Play House. It was originally part of the Canadian Allen Theatre chain (now part of Cineplex Entertainment).
- Tony Brown/The Plain Dealer (July 02, 2008). "A possible future of PlayhouseSquare's Allen Theatre: A showcase for the best of Northeast Ohio's college theater". Retrieved 5 March 2009.
- "The Allen Family". Silent Cinema in Quebec.
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