Concerts ‘n More at the Glen


A Summer Evening Entertainment Series
Penitentiary Glen Reservations

Lake Metroparks invites you to enjoy the arts on a summer evening surrounded by nature at Penitentiary Glen Reservation’s outdoor amphitheater. Performance lineup for 2014 includes the return of Cleveland Shakespeare Festival and four evenings of musical performances by HorseFeathers, Alex Bevan, The FacPac and Boy = Girl (Paul Kovac & Jen Maurer). New this year are seven family-friendly programs featuring puppet shows and storytelling.

So, bring the family and friends (and some lawn chairs). A limited amount of bench seating is available. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase. Indoor facilities are available in case of inclement weather.

Alcoholic beverages permitted on site for the concerts and Shakespeare Festival only. Admission for all performances is free and no registration is necessary.

Concert: Horsefeathers
Acoustic folk/pop music
Friday, June 20 • 7 to 8:30 pm

Puppets in the Park: “The Hole Truth”
Family-friendly show with Jann Glove
Wednesday, June 25 • 7:45 pm

Cleveland Shakespeare Festival performs “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Experience Shakespeare theater in a natural setting
Sunday, June 29 • 7 to 9 pm

Animal Stories with Live Animals
Stories provided by the Kirtland Public Library, Wildlife from the Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center
Friday, July 11 • 7 to 8 pm

Puppets in the Park: “Odor in the Court”
Family-friendly show with Jann Glove
Wednesday, July 16 • 7 to 7:45 pm

Concert: Alex Bevan
Acoustic folk/pop music
Friday, July 18 • 7 to 8:30 pm

Storyteller: Jennifer Johnson
Friday, August 1 • 7 to 8 pm

Puppets in the Park: “The Can Mutiny”
Family-friendly show with Jann Glove
Wednesday, August 6 • 7 to 7:45 pm

Concert: The FacPac
Jazz music
Friday, August 15 • 7 to 8:30 pm

Fables & Stories: Foster Brown and Mark Szabo
Family-friendly nature stories with music
Friday, September 5 • 7 to 8 pm

Puppets in the Park
Family-friendly show with Jann Glove
Wednesday, September 10 • 7 to 7:45 pm

Concert: Boy = Girl (Paul Kovac & Jen Maurer)
Bluegrass to traditional Americana music
Friday, September 19 • 7 to 8:30 pm

During your visit, walk through the Wildlife Yard where injured or orphaned native Ohio wildlife including hawks, owls and a bald eagle are housed for rehabilitation and care. See Apollo, the Bald eagle, and the rest of our native Ohio wildlife animal ambassadors. Take a hike on more than 8.5 miles of trails (open year-round).

For more information about Concerts ‘n More at the Glen: A Summer Entertainment Series, visit or call 440-256-1404.

Penitentiary Glen Reservation is located at 8668 Kirtland-Chardon Rd in Kirtland. Take I-90 to Rt. 306 south for about one mile. Turn left onto Rt. 615. Turn right (east) onto Kirtland-Chardon Road and continue for two miles. Penitentiary Glen Reservation is located on the right (south) side of the road.


Press Release submitted by:
John Venen
Promotions and Advertising Manager
Lake Metroparks
o: 440-639-7275 x 1914


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