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A New Take On Cinderella

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 19, 2006
The 10th anniversary of the CINCINNATI ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS happens on Aug. 25; recognition for local theater performances and productions will be handed out in a ceremony -- open to the public -  

Cincinnati Entertainment Awards

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0 Comments · Wednesday, July 12, 2006
On Aug. 25, the 10th annual CINCINNATI ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS will be presented at UC's Corbett Auditorium. In this issue you'll find a ballot (page 52) to send in your vote, or you can do it onl  

Cincinnati Entertainment Awards

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 5, 2006
It's time for the 10th annual CINCINNATI ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS (see feature story on page 47). A long-standing element of the CEAs is recognition of community theaters, a vital component of the onsta  

Showbiz Players

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 28, 2006
Fresh off their ambitious staging of Urinetown, SHOWBIZ PLAYERS is undertaking a project that will be seen by thousands of people attending the Tall Stacks Music, Arts and Heritage Festival on Ci  

D. Lynn Meyers

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 21, 2006
The best surprises are worth waiting for, a fact proven annually by ENSEMBLE THEATRE OF CINCINNATI (ETC). Artistic Director D. LYNN MEYERS often brings up the rear in announcing her upcoming seas  

Tony Awards Live Broadcast Party

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 7, 2006
Sunday evening is the Tony Awards, so I'll remind you one last time that the best place in town to see them is at Paul Brown Stadium. No, not on the 50-yard line, but in the East Club Room, wher  

Acclaims

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0 Comments · Wednesday, May 31, 2006
On May 22, The Cincinnati Enquirer's "me-too" theater awards (aka the "Acclaims") were presented at Covington's Carnegie Center. You might ask, "Does Cincinnati really need a second theate  

Ashley Brown

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 24, 2006
When I talked with ASHLEY BROWN last November in New York City, she told me, "I'm working with a great cast and I'm being paid to learn more. I still get butterflies when I'm waiting to go on  

In The Blood

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 17, 2006
In a recent letter to CityBeat (issue of May 10-16), John Heideman asked, "Who is Rick Pender anyway?" Having attended the same preview performance of the Know Theatre Tribe's production of In  

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 10, 2006
After 12 seasons, it's about time for folks from outside our region to notice the Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival, er, the CINCINNATI SHAKESPEARE COMPANY. (That's the name CSF -- sorry, old hab  

Chess

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 3, 2006
Interested in a little chess? If you're a fan of musical theater, that question has a bit more meaning than sitting down to push a few pawns toward a quick checkmate. Community theater regular M  

Cincinnati Black Theatre Company

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 26, 2006
CINCINNATI BLACK THEATRE COMPANY (CBTC) has presented its biennial MIDWEST BLACK THEATRE FESTIVAL since 1998. This weekend is the first of two offering children's plays, dramas, musicals, reader  

Today In History: Musicals

Theaters, Actors, Etc.

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Here's a factoid for April 19, 2001: "After decades of fans wondering if Broadway musicals were dead ... The Producers arrived on Broadway and proved that musical comedy can still (a) be a huge  

Cincinnati Fringe Festival

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0 Comments · Wednesday, April 12, 2006
It's coming back -- bigger than ever. About to launch its third incarnation the CINCINNATI FRINGE FESTIVAL, which begins on May 31 for a 12-day run, has just announced the 25 productions it will  

Cincinnati Playhouse

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0 Comments · Wednesday, April 5, 2006
GEORGE FURTH, who wrote the book for Stephen Sondheim's musical Company, said when he watches something he's written and people react positively he assumes the cast has done something right. Wh