2018 Holiday Performances

Mansfield and Richland County has no shortage of options for great holiday entertainment with classics like The Nutcracker and familiar friends like everyone’s favorite Buddy the Elf. Ring in the season with the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for an enchanting, community favorite performance of contemporary and classic holiday songs and everyone’s favorite carol sing. Here’s your source for all holiday performances happening this season!...

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Year-long Stephen King Film Festival features films, symposia

Fans of Stephen King’s writing now have an opportunity to immerse themselves in his literature, studying the iconic author and the movies sparked by his books. The Stephen King Film Festival takes place in Mansfield, Ohio — the very location where one of his most famous movies based on his work was filmed. One of…

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A Year of Stephen King Classic Films

The Renaissance, in conjunction with the Mansfield/Richland County Public Library, and Cleveland Financial Group, pays homage to this long history with the year-long Stephen King Film Festival. Featuring one film a month, attendees are encouraged to come early and participate in a discussion lead by a guest speaker. The year began with a screening of The Shawshank Redemption, ...

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Richland County Performing Arts Series, Part 5: OSU-Mansfield Theatre

The Ohio State University at Mansfield Theatre offers great college theatre for under $10. The theatre has kept up their more than 45-year tradition of high caliber performances with a mix of student, faculty and community member casts performing in a wide range of pieces. This raw talent and fearlessness to try all different genres make the theatre popular with audiences from all over Ohio. Their first show of the Spring Semester will be the stage version of the cult classic film Rocky Horror Picture Show, March 1-4....

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Performing Arts Series, Part 4: Neos Dance Theatre

Neos is known for their annual performances such as “Ballet @ The Brickyard” (an outdoor live-performance venue) and “Boots and Ballet”, where the dancers bring their skill set into an urban setting in Downtown Mansfield. They also present full-length ballets with such diverse pieces as “Creole Cinderella”, “Romeo and Juliet” and “Count…The Legend of Dracula”. Their next performance is their annual “A 1940’s Nutcracker” on Dec 9 and 10th at The Renaissance Theatre....

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