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Critics Picks: Critic's Picks

By · January 11th, 2001 · Critics Picks
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THURSDAY 11
Kiss a little longer, hold tight a little longer, stay close alittle longer, longer with Patrick Marber's CLOSER, a lovingly brutal tale of just how bad a bad relationship can be, reeking breath and all. Better leave the kids at home, 'cause this play won't leave a minty taste your mouth. (See Onstage.)

SATURDAY 13
Where can you see dancers get paid to jump around with their hands in the air like they just don't care? THE URBAN BUSH WOMEN represent the struggle and explore the experience of suffering in survival. And you thought it was a house party 'bout to get all nasty. (See Onstage)

SUNDAY 14
They might be dead.

Their artwork might be a little kooky and wacky. Their names might be hard to pronounce sometimes. But today is your last chance to see EUROPEAN MASTERPIECES at the Cincinnati Art Museum. It's your chance to look at naked Renaissance women and get liquored up at the new cash bar. What could be better? (See Art.)

MONDAY 15
Wow! We had no idea there was so much to know about travel, sports and boats (in whatever order pleases you most). Ideal vacation spots, extravagance and luxury, photography seminars and everything you'll ever need to play golf make THE CINCINNATI TRAVEL, SPORTS AND BOAT SHOW today's main event. (See Events.)

TUESDAY 16
Did you know there are 13 ways of looking at a blackbird?That's what Wallace Stevens thought, anyway. The CincinnatiChamber Music Society has taken a fancy to the EIGHTHBLACKBIRD for some reason. These guys are the hipsters of Classical music. (See Music.)

WEDNESDAY 17
By the same caring and thoughtful Coen brothers who gave you such serious dramas like The Big Lebowski and lofty affirmations of the human spirit like Fargo and Blood Simple, O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU? is guaranteed to be a must-see. Especially with those close-up shots of George Clooney's receding gum line. (See Film.)

 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
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