Columbus Recreation and Parks offers a dynamic and engaging theatre program. Housed at Carriage Place Community Center, this program works to make the performing arts more accessible to all. Whether your ideal role is onstage, behind the scenes or in the audience, we’ve got a production for you to enjoy!

Upcoming Shows

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Please note: This performance has been postponed until later this year. Check this site and on social media for more information.

Our next theatre performance is “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.” This funny musical is about a Roman slave named Pseudolus who schemes to earn his freedom by playing matchmaker to his master’s son, Hero, who is in love with the beautiful Philia. As more people get involved, Pseudolus’ plans grow more complicated and hilarious as the play goes on. .

Recommended for older teens and adults. This performance is a tribute to Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim, who wrote the music and lyrics for this musical, since he passed away last year at age 91. We hope to see you at the show!

Virtual Shows

Dracula (Radio Play)

Get ready to be frightened by our Grandview Carriage Place Players’ newest performance: Dracula. This radio play will be released every Wednesday of October, starting Oct. 13. Scary entertainment for preteens through adults.

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode Three