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.

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  • 8-TRACK

    8-30-14

    A Joyous Celebration of the 70s! Conceived by Rick Seeber Put on your leisure suits, halter tops, and platform shoes and get ready to boogie down through 10 years of ground-breaking music! With its propulsive rhythms and dazzling harmonies, 8-Tr...

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Performer Spotlight

Dorothy Meets Alice

This new play version of the delightful meeting of two of literatures most famous young ladies unfolds when a young man puts off a book report till the last minute, and then suddenly finds himself in a strange place somewhere between Oz and Wonderland. It then becomes his responsibility to unscramble the stories and steer the familiar characters – the Cowardly Lion, the Mad Hatter, the Scarecrow and the White Rabbit, among others – to their ultimate destinations while avoiding the Wicked Witch and the Red Queen. Production dates are August 2 and 9 at 10:00 a.m. in the TRUMPET Amphitheatre. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for children 12 and under. For more information or reservations call the box office at 330-339-1132.

Other Performances

  • Ohio's Exciting Outdoor Drama

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