Summer Musical: Disney’s Tarzan

Join Westerville Parks and Recreation Civic Theatre this summer for Disney's TARZAN

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Based on Disney's epic animated musical adventure and Edgar Rice Burrough's Tarzan of the Apes, Tarzan features heart-pumping music by rock legend, Phil Collins.

Washed up on the shores of West Africa, an infant boy is taken in and raised by gorillas who name him Tarzan. Apart from striving for acceptance from his ape father, Tarzan's life is mostly monkey business until a human expedition treks into his tribe's territory, and he encounters creatures like himself for the first time. Tarzan struggles to navigate the jungle as he discovers his animal upbringing clashing with his human instincts. 

Thursday, July 26 at 7 p.m.
Friday, July 27 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, July 28 2 p.m. at 7 p.m.
Sunday, July 29 at 3 p.m.
Westerville Central High School
7118 Mt. Royal Ave.

Reserved Seating Ticket: $15 
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, June 12 online at or in-person at the Community Center Front Desk, 350 N Cleveland Ave.

Art Comes Alive: Public Art in Westerville Spaces

Westerville is dedicated to supporting the arts community. Throughout the City, you will find a collection of public art installations. With so much art to see and learn about in Westerville, check out the video below to discover how public art has grown in our area and positively affected the community. 


"A Celebration of Life" - The Cobert C. Collins Collection Cobert C. Collins sculptures span four continents, a dozen countries, more than 3,000 private and public facilities and are now on display in Westerville. A large portion of Collins' work was given to the Westerville Parks Foundation in partnership with the Cobert C. Collins Memorial Sculpture Fund, LLC. Through this partnership, his art will continue to be publicly enjoyed and sold in the greater Westerville area. His sculpted images range from six-inch tall representational figures to 20-feet tall steel abstracts weighing several tons. For additional information on Cobert C. Collins, visit