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.
Two buddies, Tommy and Jeff, are lost in the Scottish Highlands. It’s not long after WWII, so there’s no GPS.
This Friday, Newport Central Catholic will host the opening performance of its spring play, Legally Blonde, at 7:30 p.m.
Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods famously turns familiar fairytales upside-down as it asks of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood and more – what happens after the happ
Have you ever heard of American astronomer Edwin Hubble (hint: The Hubble Space Telescope.)
Glengarry Glen Ross is one of my Top 5 shows this season – a great reason to find your way to the Warsaw Federal Incline Theatre (just a quick 15 minutes from the Northern Kentuc
Boy meets girl, boy gets girl – and then what?
In April, I’ll be following directors and actors who just about always deliver.
A friend of mine calls Mothers and Sons, continuing through April 17 at Playhouse in the Park’s Thompson Shelterhouse, ”speeches in search of a play.” That’s what I call it, too.
Sandra Forman has been an intrinsic part of Northern Kentucky University since she arrived on campus in 1990 as the first chair of the theater department.