Free Shakespeare in the Park – what would summer be without it? Here’s a quick look at the shows and the schedule for Northern Kentucky and downtown Cincinnati parks.
Ambitious, fledgling Cincinnati LAB Theatre will present two fully staged workshop productions and two original play readings by area playwrights in its New Works Festival in August at Fa
“If life seems jolly rotten,/There's something you've forgotten!/And that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing…"
“An enchanted evening. That’s what the audience wants to feel,” says Dee Anne Bryll.
It’s jolly, sexy-time at Know Theatre, where a well-cast, low-budget production of The Fisherman’s Wife (a regional premiere) is tucked onto the tiny stage in The Underground (a.
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 –
Pones Inc. is taking it to the streets for this year’s Cincinnati Fringe.
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.
Here’s a plot for a musical: Seeking fame and fortune, precocious teenager Frank Abignale, Jr. runs away from home to begin a stupefying adventure.
This month’s Top Pick: Violet at Ensemble, with its outrageously strong cast. Look for a powerhouse revival of the musical charmer about a lie-changing cross-country bus ride.
The New York Times called Next Fall, "The funniest heartbreaker in town!”
Matthew Wilson agrees.