Despite the cancellation of our current season and the temporary closure of our theatre, we are working every day to plan a full schedule of great performances and events for our patrons to enjoy as soon we can be together again.We rely on performance-generated revenues for 60% of our annual operating budget, and these cancellations have dealt an immediate blow to the Renaissance as we prepare to face a significant loss of more than $200,000 in the next two months. Please help us recover just a small portion of this lost revenue and contribute to our "Help us get out of QuaRENtine" campaign to raise a total of $25,000. Your gift of any amount will help keep the arts alive in Mansfield!

In accordance with Governor Mike DeWine’s Executive Order, we have either rescheduled, postponed or cancelled our events through May 8, 2020.

 
Message from our President List of Event Changes and Contact the Box Office

Scientists, astronauts and space researchers have long studied the mysteries of outer space. They’ve studied “black holes,” holes on the surfaces of planets, and the craters on the surface of the moon.

Almost 50 years ago, NASA researchers had reason to believe that there are tunnels that lie beneath the moon’s surface. After all, there are lava tubes in Hawaii which were created by volcanoes. The belief was that the moon may also have had ancient volcanoes which created tunnels.

Can you imagine what a lava cave or tunnel beneath the moon’s surface may look like? It would be interesting to see what a lunar tunnel might hold—the answers to questions about the early history of the moon, possibly even spaces large enough for scientists to build lodging for continued research of the moon’s origins.

Would you have been adventurous enough to be among the first to travel in an early space capsule (remember that they were only big enough for one person)? Do you think you would be afraid to walk on the moon’s surface, or would it be exciting? Would you be brave enough, if you found a lunar tunnel, to explore its mysteries?

Write about a mystery you’d love to solve, or one you think you’ve already solved. What IS the mystery? Describe, in detail, the steps you would take toward finding the answer(s) you seek. What would you see and do during this journey? Would you rather travel alone, or with friends or family? What is the reason for your choice?

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Event Changes

Single tickets for this show are not available to the public yet.
See the schedule below to see the on sale dates:

 

2019-2020 Subscriptions On Sale:

May 31, 2019 for Annual Members 
June 18, 2019 for Non-Members 

2019-2020 Single Tickets On Sale:

June 25, 2019 for Annual Members 
July 9, 2019 for Non-Members


 

To join as a member, purchase a season subscription, for any questions, please
contact our Box Office at (419) 522-2726 during open hours, Tuesday through Friday, 12-5 PM.

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