Station Hope


Cleveland Public Theatre

Cleveland, OH (Gordon Square)
Professional Theatre

Saturday, May 28, 2022

Show Description:

Station Hope is a jubilant community event celebrating Cleveland’s social justice heritage and exploring contemporary struggles for freedom and equity. Engage with over 200 artists and 50+ community and professional arts & culture organizations from across Northeast Ohio as they envision, interrogate, and seek out hope on the grounds of Cleveland's first authenticated Underground Railroad site, St. John's Episcopal Church. Audiences explore the historic properties while viewing works of theatre, music, storytelling, and dance inspired by the most important issues of our time. Station Hope is free, family-friendly, and open to all. For a full list of events, click HERE.

Staff and Cast


Featured Artists:
Abrepaso Flamenco | Yvetta | African American Quilt and Doll Guild | Alice Blumenfeld | Andrew Aaron Valdez | Anuvybe | Arleigh Savage| Art by Charde | Bill Wade |Born to Dance330 TK | Bridget Martinez| Caleb Wright |Carolina Borja | Christian Mintah | Cleveland Classical Guitar Society | Creative Concepts in Music | Dayshawnda Ash | DiJon Michelle Kirkland | Djapo | DMK Dance project + Caribe Conexion | Elaine Hullihen | Elegie | Erinn Weaver |Westside Sisterhood Community House | Erik Mann | Inda Blatch-Geib | Inali Pichardo | Inlet Dance Theatre | Jeanne Maddison| Khaki Hermann | Kierra McDade |Kofi Boakye | Kulture Kids | Lake Terrace CMHA C.A.N | Lisa Kollins & The Superhero Project | Maya Nicholson | Melissa Fowler | Molly Cornwell | Molly McFadden|Dr. Munira Bominah | Nehemiah Spencer | Nicholas Lane| Nikki Charise |Ohio City Theatre Project |Restore Cleveland Hope, Inc. | Richard Asbury | Robin Van Lear | Robin Pease |Shannon Sharkey |Sheela Das | *Siaara Freeman | Sororii | Syrmylin Cartwright | Temple of Passions |Young Thomas |


7pm - 10pm - Saturday


Free and open to all

Health and Safety Guidelines


As we approach a lower rate of COVID-19 transmission in Cuyahoga County per the CDC, vaccinations are strongly recommended but not required for patrons at CPT effective March 1st, 2022.


Ticket holders who have been exposed to COVID-19 and/or are experiencing symptoms are asked to remain at home and contact the box office to discuss flexible options for their tickets.


Masks are required for patrons and volunteers who are unvaccinated against COVID-19 in all areas of CPT.

Masks are optional for patrons, staff, and volunteers who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and can provide proof of vaccination at the theatre. If you cannot provide proof of COVID vaccination, you will be required to wear a mask during your visit.

“Fully vaccinated” means that 14 days have passed since either the second shot of a CDC or WHO-approved two-shot vaccine or since the administration of a CDC or WHO-approved one-shot vaccine.


CPT has added ionization to our HVAC system, which is known to reduce risk from COVID-19.


All productions will be ticketed up to full capacity.


Please consider digital ticket delivery for a touch-free experience.


We are following enhanced cleaning and strict disinfection protocols.


We have hand sanitizer available and encourage guests to wash their hands frequently.

Content Advisories

This production has no content advisories.


St. John's Episcopal Church in Ohio City & the surrounding neighborhood
2600 Church Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44113