733 Hebron Rd.
Heath, OH 43056
Phone: (740) 522-1165
Fax: (740) 281-3828
Classic Drive is a busy street in New Albany. One can always come across some or the other event going on here.
The McCoy Center for the Arts is located in the heart of the historic center of New Albany. The mission of the center is to cultivate the appreciation of the arts and culture among the community. It provides an opportunity to learn about art, to experience and participate in various cultural events. The beautiful 750-seat auditorium hosts various performing arts projects, concerts, Broadway shows and many more.
Presents outstanding musical events at the Secrest Auditorium in Downtown Zanesville.
One of the premier soccer stadiums in the country, Crew Stadium offers exclusive seating options and provides soccer maniacs an absolutely pleasurable viewing experience. Tickets for the matches are available online. There is ample parking available.
Want to see that new movie that everyone is talking about? Check out Colony Square Cinema 10 for the latest in Hollywood movies.
Enjoy old-fashioned summer concerts in the park. Five outdoor concerts run during the summer months beginning in June. Located at the end of Market Street on the Muskingum River.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Located in a former synagogue, the Zanesville Community Theatre performs six shows from September through June as well as a benefit for the annual Angel Tree community project.
As the summer winds down, the Fairgrounds at Muskingum County get alive with the onset of the annual county fair. The lush greens, buzzing with activity at this time offer something for everyone of every age. Plus, there is music, events and entertainment in store for the entire family. Flock to the gates of the fairground to experience the favorite summer pastime. Call ahead for more details.
This 1,806-seat 19th century theater facility brings a continuing series of touring plays and concerts.
One of the important entities in the student life at Kenyon College, the Horn Gallery contributes immensely to enriching the cultural and artistic aspect of student life at the college. Operated and managed by the students, this venue presents art, be it fine art or performance art. Spread over two floors, the Horn Gallery features a lower level for art shows and art exhibitions, and an upper level for concerts, theatrical performances, and more. See the website or call to know more.
This theater company performs five plays annually in a former church.