Final Friday is close at hand
Local artists making good
Bringing culture to y’all’s neighborhoods
Creativity is alive
And this is only the start
For there is a whole season ahead
To enjoy the thrill of art
The signs of fall will soon be evident. Temperatures drop, foliage puts on a show. Students return to school. Some people get really into Halloween, to the point of parodying the intro to Thriller. One of the less visible signals of the season is the arrival of a bounty of art offerings in Cincinnati
We encourage you to break out of your typical routine this season, and this Fall Arts Preview is stocked with plenty of ideas for your calendar. Instead of browsing your Netflix queue, catch a movie at a newly re-opened indie theater. Skip the screen altogether and check out an onstage offering like Cabaret, The Crucible or Bull. Celebrate Cincinnati Ballet’s 50th anniversary with a must-see show set to Johnny Cash tunes. And don’t miss the rare chance to see Maya Angelou perform live with eighth blackbird and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. And while it’s true art was never dead — or undead — it’s more alive than ever.
You can run, you can hide — but art will find you. Be prepared to get caught up in it.
— Jac Kern, project editor