Falcon Theatre celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this season.
American idiot, the musical by rock band Green Day, opens at the Carnegie in Covington on August 10 and runs through the 25th.
Village Players of Fort Thomas will stage its annual New Works production June 28 through 30 at its theater at 8 North Fort Thomas Blvd.
Count Smackula and His Three Scares will play at Covington's Leapin' Lizard event space in Mainstrasse Village later this month.
We ARE Productions, in cooperation with The Clifton Players, presents the sketch comedy show, Party Bus.
Commonwealth Theatre Company at Northern Kentucky University announced its 2019 summer season and NKU's School of the Arts announced its 2019-20 academic year theatre season this week.
The Village Players of Fort Thomas now own their 102-seat building at 8 North Fort Thomas Avenue.
Tickets for the Broadway sensation Hamilton go on sale at the Cincinnati Arts Association on Friday morning.
In the romantic comedy IN LOVE AND WARCRAFT, college senior and hard-core World of Warcraft (WoW) player Evie Malone is at the top of her game - literally.
Marisol is having a bad day.
The Carnegie's 2018-19 theatrical season begins with Dreamgirls, the Motown-inspired musical inspired by the real lives of The Supremes, James Brown, and others.
It's a privilege to pee / Water's worth its weight / In gold these days
No more bathrooms / Like in olden days
A Great Wilderness, opening May 4 at Falcon Theatre, is about many things. But at its heart it’s about being lost and being found, about forgiveness and acceptance.
Some of America’s best women playwrights - Beth Henley, Lisa Loomer, Michele Lowe, Theresa Rebeck, Cheryl L.
Falcon Theatre’s wide-ranging 2018-2019 season in Newport has classics, an area premiere by Steven Dietz, one of Greater Cincinnati’s favorite playwrights, and very welcome returns of won