Get Tickets

The 2019-2020 Season is on sale now!

Becoming a Children’s Theater Series Season Ticket Holder is the most affordable way to introduce the youngsters in your life to the magic of live theater. Share the love of live theater with your entire family.


A four show season ticket plan is only $40! Individual tickets are $15.


Benefits of being a Children's Theater Series Season Ticket Holder:

  • Same great reserved seats for all four shows
  • Saturday (11am & 2pm) and Sunday (2pm) performance times to choose from for your convenience
  • Pre-sale and discount ticket opportunities on other great Playhouse Square shows
  • Free passes to our annual Cinema at the Square classic film series (August 2019)
  • Opportunity to participate in interactive educational workshops for just $5 per show

How to Get Tickets

The Children's Theater Series tends to sell out. Guarantee a season of family fun and get your tickets today!

There are a few ways you can get tickets to a Children's Theater Series show.

1. Season Ticket Holder Renewals

The deadline to renew your tickets has passed. If you are still interested in Season Tickets, please see below.

2. Become a NEW Children's Theater Series Season Ticket Holder

2019-2020 Season Tickets are sold out, but you can sign up for the 2020-2021 Children's Theater Series wait-list.

Sign Up

3. Bring A Group

Group tickets are not available at this time.

4. Purchase Individual Show Tickets

Individual tickets are not available at this time.

Renew Season Tickets

Tickets to the 2019-2020 season are no longer available. Don't miss out on next season's lineup and sign up for our 2020-2021 wait list!

New Season Tickets

Single tickets are not available at this time.

Bring a Group

Group tickets are not available at this time.

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The Children’s Theater Series is made possible in part by support from the Ohio Arts Council and is generously supported by the public through a grant from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. Additional funding for the series and related activities is provided by the Junior League of Cleveland through the Children’s Theatre Endowment Fund, the Laub Foundation and the PNC Foundation.