In light of the order from Governor Dewine,this event has been postponed. Patrons should hold on to their tickets. We will be in touch with information regarding new show dates in the upcoming weeks. The health of our employees, patrons, artists and community is paramount. We look forward to seeing everyone back at The Taft Theatre very soon.
HE MADE THOUSANDS OF FANS CHEER, BUT NEVER HEARD ONE. William "Dummy" Hoy was one of the first Deaf Major League Baseball players in the 1800's. Being Deaf, he introduced Hand Signals for STRIKE and BALL to the game and overcame many obstacles to became one of the greatest players of his time. Written by David Risotto
VIP tickets include: Meet and Greet with actors, Catered Reception, 2 Drink Tickets, Movie Poster and preferred seating.