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  2. Ohio Theatre | Columbus Association for the Performing Arts

    Today, the Ohio Theatre is home to the Columbus Symphony, BalletMet, and Broadway in Columbus, and also hosts CAPA-presented performances, as well as a wide variety of touring artists and shows each year. Our audiences experience world-class performing arts of all genres from every corner of the world right in their own backyards!

  3. Latest schedule of events for the Ohio Theatre. View listings and purchase tickets for the upcoming events. This site links to resale tickets for events at the Ohio Theatre in Columbus, Ohio.

  4. Ohio Theatre | Columbus Symphony

    Experience World-Class Music in a Landmark Theatre From classical music, to our POPS concerts, the world’s best perform with the Columbus Symphony at the Ohio Theatre. The Ohio Theatre's lush interior, excellent acoustics, and state-of-the-art stage facilities have made it a favorite of our guest artists and conductors.

  5. BalletMet’s ‘The Nutcracker’ returns to Ohio Theatre

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — One of Columbus’ most cherished holiday traditions dating back to 1974 is returning to the Ohio Theatre this week. “The Nutcracker” opens on Thursday at the Ohio Theatre with 20 performances through Dec. 23. The production will feature more than 180 academy students and trainees alongside the professional company and BalletMet […]

  6. Use code FOUR0 to get $40 tickets now through Friday, December 1! Don't miss ELF in Concert at the Palace Theatre on December 9 & 10. Get this deal now at Learn more about ELF in Concert here: CAPA.

  7. Ohio Theatre (Columbus, Ohio) - Wikipedia,_Ohio)

    The Ohio Theatre is a performing arts center and former movie palace on Capitol Square in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. Known as the "Official Theatre of the State of Ohio", the 1928 building was saved from demolition in 1969 and was later completely restored.

  8. Ohio Theatre is a 2,791-seat performing arts facility that has been entertaining audiences since 1928! Known as the "Official Theatre of the State of Ohio", it opened in 1928 as a sumptuous movie palace, and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977.