My first batch of Cincinnati Fringe – home of the new and different at venues across Over-the-Rhine - hasn’t delivered The Big Wow, but there’s a lot to like.
One of the things that’s most fun about Cincinnati Fringe is it’s a great place for new ideas.
Sometimes, the idea is a theater collaborative.
Among the things Highlands High School senior Ellie Conniff learned about herself this year? “I took a directing class and discovered I have a knack for comedy.
Twelve days, 50 productions (25 plays, four musicals, 10 solo shows, four dance, seven ‘other’), 14 venues, 150 performances, the nightly bar series, art projects –
If you’re a supporter of peace and justice issues, a fan of Cincinnati Fringe or both – check out the annual SOS Art show from May 27 through June 5 at Art Academy of Cincinnati, and look
Amazing! Talk about a shout-out...
Pones Inc. is taking it to the streets for this year’s Cincinnati Fringe.
The Brent Spence Bridge is the number one infrastructure emergency in the United States and is threatening "both the economy and public safety", according to a report in the Washington-based Th
Ensemble Theatre closes its season with a wow – a heartfelt, rousing and thoroughly feel-good, toe-tapping revival of Violet. Director D.
Two actors with Cincinnati connections are back in the Queen City as part of the company of Cabaret, the iconic Broadway musical that is now touring the country.
This evening, join West Sixth Brewing and the Circus Mojo Foundation at the Incline Public House to celebrate the West Sixth Pay it Forward Program and to kick-off the Circus Mojo World Tour.
Graeter’s Ice Cream, a 146-year-old family owned and operated craft ice cream brand, and the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) have unveiled Graeter’s new location at the air
Remke Markets announced Monday the closure of another location.
Talented young students at Newport Primary School have artwork on view this weekend in Cincinnati Art Association’s annual Student Art Show.
Among the thousands of MBA graduates from the Williams College of Business are senior executives of banks, hospitals and manufacturers.