Monthly Archives: August 2017

Do You Have a Cabaret or One Act?

And the winner is…

Thank you to the cast, crew and directors for Brandi Eaton’s “Half Dozen”.   And a huge thank you to our patrons, we had over 210 votes and the winner is:

Enter your 20 minute play about relationships NOW! Submit till August 31, 2017.

Early Review for “Half Dozen” Praises Playwright Brandi Eaton

CLEVE REVIEW: Secrets, Surprises, Second Thoughts & Second Chances Make a Heartfelt and Humorous ‘Half Dozen’ at Western Reserve Playhouse

WHO: Western Reserve Playhouse

WHAT: Half Dozen by Brand Eaton
WHEN: Friday, August 25th at 8:00 PM and Saturday, August 26th at 8:00 PM

WHERE: Western Reserve Playhouse, 3326 Everett Rd. Bath, OH 44286

HOW: To purchase tickets or get more info for Aug 25th:

To purchase tickets or get more info for Aug 26th:

Why see one play this weekend, when you can see a Half Dozen?

Playwright Brandi Eaton has combined six of her 10-minute works, and enlisted the talents of different directors to give each piece a unique perspective and vision. The shows also put the spotlight on some of the area’s brightest actors and actresses, in roles that offer both comedic and dramatic opportunities.

Half Dozen features a six-pack of shorts that revolve around secrets, surprises, second thoughts and second chances. First up, Tiny houses a very big disagreement in a very small space. It is smartly directed by Alex J. Nine and humorously performed by Grace Mitri, Mishal Sunaid, and Sue Jeromson.

Partners focuses on two ladies who are literally making a killing in their careers. Playwright Eaton directs and acts in the devious piece,  along with crafty actors Cristy Wright and Sally Morris.

Letting go of loved ones is never easy, but one couple decides to get a head start in A Telegram in the World of Smartphones. Sensitively directed by Karen Rose, the drama is heightened by powerful players Ryanne Fury, Tyler Barhorst, and Al Klesh.

Three daughters learn more about their parents than they wanted to in The Mike Reynolds Affair. Anna-Jeannine K. Herman helms this hilarious scene, with fun and funny performances from Grace Mitri, Brandi Eaton, Cristy Wright, and Al Klesh.

Idiots is about a pair of silly gooses who just happen to be fools in love. Deftly directed by Adam Alderson, the sketch stars a terrific trio including Sue Jeromson, Andrew Alderson, and Chelsea Young.

Matt’s First (Real) Thanksgiving turns the holiday upside-down when a man brings his boyfriend home to meet the family. Brian Westerley stages the show with plenty of heartfelt humor, and also performs in the piece along with his engaging, endearing ensemble including Adrienne Jones, Nicholas Peters, Rose Gabriele, and Harriet DeVeto.

The technical staff for the show adds just the right amount of ambiance to distinguish the locales for each play. Lighting, sound and set design and construction are all handled by Jim Gremba. Sue Snyder (along with the directors) contributed the props and set dressing.

Looking for some more great volunteers! Are you interested?

Ever wanted to help backstage of a show? Like meeting new people? Love to paint? Build? Act or Sing?  How about joining the Western Reserve Playhouse family of volunteers?  We would love to have you! Reach out to Dawn today at

Meet our Cast and Directors of Half Dozen!

Tickets on sale now! Two nights only and only $10.00! Get yours today.

New Grant Accepted!

We are thrilled to announce that we have accepted a grant from the Ohio Arts Council that will help send our Artistic Directors to two conferences in the next year! These conferences will give them great information & insights to better run our theatre for our audiences!

Thanks, OAC!

Calling all instructors

If you would like to join our part-time instructor team, we would love to hear from you.

Please fill out our online application.

Western Reserve Playhouse Announces “Scotland Road” Cast!

The cast stars talented young actress Adrienne Jones, along with seasoned professionals Jim Hagan & Rose Gabriele. Rounding out the four-person ensemble is award-winning local legend Harriet DeVeto.

Co-Artistic Director Brian Westerley directs this nail-biting mystery.

Show Times: 8:00 pm Fridays and Saturdays

Tickets: $13.00 Adults; $11.00 Seniors & Students

Reserve tickets here on our website!