Providing plays, musicals, youth theatre education and special events to Northeast Ohio since 1930. Located just a half hour’s drive east of downtown Cleveland, Chagrin Valley Little Theatre is one of the nation’s oldest community theatres, offering year-round entertainment at affordable prices.
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CVLT Youth Theatre
The CVLT Youth Theatre presents Doug Rand's adaptation of the classic tale about George Bailey.
River Side Valley Players
From the bowels of winter, River Side Valley Players emerges from hibernation and springs into your consciousness with long-and short-form improvisation. Join RSVP as they interpret audience suggestions, transforming them into entertaining and thought-provoking art.
by Ed Howard, Jaston Williams, and Joe Sears
Get ready to laugh out loud for real as GREATER TUNA, the hilarious send-up of rural America, swims upstream to the River Street Playhouse. Starring Don Bernardo and Brian Diehl.
Folk-singer and storyteller Jake Boland returns to CVLT after his sold-out St. Patrick's Day performance in 2017. Join us for food, fun, and sing-alongs in honor of Irish heritage.
by Donald Margulies
This play from Pulitzer-winner Donald Margulies swirls around the jealousies, romances, and soul searching of a group of famous and aspiring artists gathered in a Berkshires house.
by Steve Martin, adapted from Carl Sternheim
Comedic legend Steve Martin delivers a wild satire in which a conservative couple's lives are turned upside down when the Mrs. accidentally exposes her underwear in public.
The team of Jones/Hope/Wooten (Dixie Swim Club, Always A Bridesmaid) present another one of their hallmark sassy, laugh-a-minute comedies about Southern women and their friendships.
plays by Will Eno, Sheri Wilner, and Jon Tuttle
A trio of short plays including "Oh, The Humanity" by Will Eno, "Relative Strangers" by Sheri Wilner, and "Sonata for Armadillos" by Jon Tuttle. Stories of travelers seeking direction in life.
Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Glenn Slater, Book by Bill Steinkellner and Cherie Steinkellner
Based on the 1992 film, with music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Glenn Slater, and book by Bill and Cheri Steinkellner, this powerhouse musical will put a smile on your face.
Original works by Young Playwrights
CVLT inaugurates a youth-centered edition of the popular biennial 10-10 Festival of New Plays. Submit scripts by March 2018!