Cincinnati Landmark Productions is
the name of our
theatre organization that brings you the best live entertainment in the
We bring you local, professional talent at
one of the
region's newest and most exciting venues,
The Covedale Center for the Performing Arts and the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater. We conduct the premier teen theatre
experience anywhere, the
Cincinnati Young People's Theatre each summer.
You can explore our web site and learn more about each venue and its
productions. You can also
purchase tickets online, find out about auditions and
email us with questions.
Cincinnati Landmark Productions (CLP) works hard to keep our productions
affordable, professional and local. But we need your help. Won't you consider a
donation to help ensure that this Cincinnati, grass-roots theatre remains a
viable and exciting cultural opportunity for young people, professionals and
For additional information you can also call us directly at (513) 241-6550.
Cincinnati Landmark Productions, through its
creation and management of the Covedale Center for the Performing Arts and
Cincinnati Young People’s Theatre (its summer theatre for teenagers), and
through its commitment to found a new theatre in the Incline District, provides
a continuum of artistic opportunity for performers and technicians while: acting
as an advocate for community revitalization; bringing cultural benefits to those
communities in which its venues reside; and developing young artists through
opportunity, training and excellence in production, while enhancing the quality
of life for patrons and the Cincinnati area as a whole. (Revised Oct. 2013)
Cincinnati Landmark Productions (CLP) began as
Cincinnati Young People’s Theatre (CYPT), a theatre for teenagers, in 1982.
By 1991, CYPT became the producer for the summer stock Showboat Majestic
utilizing paid performers of all ages, while keeping the teen program at
Westwood Town Hall.
In May 2002, CYPT purchased the Covedale Cinema at
4990 Glenway Avenue to convert it into a performing arts center. The first
phase was completed on July 26, 2002, when CYPT opened the Covedale Center for
the Performing Arts with sold-out shows of West Side Story. In Fall 2002,
the Covedale began a subscription series featuring professional performers of
all ages. Today, all 5 phases of renovations outlined in 2002 have been
completed at this venue.
By 2006, Cincinnati Young People’s Theatre was
re-organized as Cincinnati Landmark Productions. This reflected the
organization’s evolution into: the production company for Showboat
Majestic from 1990 through 2013; and now the owners/operators of the Covedale Center for the Performing
Arts, Warsaw Federal Incline Theater and Cincinnati Young People’s Theatre teen program.