Written by Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Paul Green, "Trumpet in the Land" is an unforgettable experience that brings to life the Ohio frontier during the Revolutionary War. Performed in the same hills from which this story is born, Trumpet is a thrilling and passionate story of a peaceful people's influence on the war and the tragic events that encircled the founding of Ohio's first settlement, Schoenbrunn.

Upcoming Special Events

  • DRACULA'S MONSTER DASH

    10-5-16

    On Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. TRUMPET IN THE LAND will hold its third annual “Dracula Monster Dash” 5K Run/Walk. Participants will travel from the amphitheatre gate, loop around Kent State University, travel down University Drive to...

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Performer Spotlight

TRUMPET IN THE LAND'S 2016 Season Ends On August 20.

On Saturday, August 20 at 8:30 P.M. Paul Green's TRUMPET IN THE LAND will close out its 2016 summer season. Written by Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Paul Green, TRUMPET IN THE LAND is an unforgettable experience that tells the inspiring story of Moravian missionary David Zeisberger’s efforts to found Schoenbrunn, the first settlement in the Ohio Country, during the Revolutionary War. For more information or to purchase tickets call 330-339-1132. TRUMPET IN THE LAND WILL REOPEN IN JUNE OF 2017.

Other Performances

  • Ohio's Exciting Outdoor Drama

    Written by Joseph Bonamico and Mark H. Durbin
    Music by Frank Lewin