Columbus Association for the Performing Arts (CAPA)

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Columbus Association for the Performing Arts (CAPA) 55 E. State St. Columbus, OH 43215 Work614-469-1045 Visit Web Site

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Owner/operator of downtown Columbus’ magnificent, historic theatres (Ohio, Palace and Southern theatres) and manager of the Riffe Center Theatre Complex, Lincoln Theatre, Valentine Theatre (Toledo, OH) and Shubert Theater (New Haven, CT). CAPA is a not-for-profit, award-winning presenter of national and international performing arts and entertainment in operation for more than 40 years.

Upcoming Events

Columbus Symphony Masterworks Season Opener: Mahler's Resurrection 10-5-2014

Columbus Symphony Masterworks Season Opener: Mahler's Resurrection

In Mahler's mighty "Resurrection" symphony, he dramatically addresses life-and-death issues as only he could - "One is battered to the ground and then raised on angels' wings to the highest heights." Jean-Marie leads the orchestra, including off-stage brass echoing the last judgment from another wor

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ProMusica Opening Night 10-12-2014

ProMusica Opening Night

The orchestra, led by Danzmayr will begin with the quintessential piece of Americana, the chamber orchestra version of Bernstein's Overture to West Side Story.

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Broadway in Columbus: The Lion King 10-14-2014 thru 11-9-2014

Broadway in Columbus: The Lion King

Experience the phenomenon of Disney?s The Lion King when Columbus? best-loved musical makes a triumphant return to the Ohio Theatre! Marvel at the breathtaking spectacle of animals brought to life by award-winning director Julie Taymor, whose visual images for this show you?ll remember forever. Thri

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The Trumpet Sounds 11-8-2014 thru 11-9-2014

The Trumpet Sounds

Principal trumpeter and founding member of ProMusica Tom Battenberg will be spotlighted in the November program.

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Messiah Sing-Along 12-12-2014

Messiah Sing-Along

ProMusica Chamber Orchestra again invites the community to its beloved annual holiday tradition. The audience will raise their voice in song and be joined by local community and church choirs and high school students from partnering area schools to perform the chorus excerpts of Handel's masterpiece

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