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Chess

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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

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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  

Broadway Across America

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0 Comments · Wednesday, March 29, 2006
For CityBeat's annual Best of Cincinnati issue it's the right moment to tell you about BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA's 2006-2007 offerings at the Aronoff Center. The "best of" theme is apt for the  

Company

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0 Comments · Wednesday, March 22, 2006
As the CINCINNATI PLAYHOUSE IN THE PARK prepared to open COMPANY (reviewed on page 38), Cincinnati was visited by STEPHEN SONDHEIM, the show's legendary composer-lyricist. With some generous fun  

CINCINNATI SHAKESPEARE COMPANY

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0 Comments · Wednesday, March 15, 2006
It's that time of year when Cincinnati's theaters start doing the season announcement dance. I'm glad to share information with you, but I avoid the big splash that the daily papers seem to th  

Gone With The Wind

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0 Comments · Wednesday, March 8, 2006
Perhaps after watching the Academy Awards you're wondering how screenplays actually get written. ENSEMBLE THEATRE OF CINCINNATI (ETC) is offering a comic version of how one of the greatest movie  

Doubt

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0 Comments · Wednesday, March 1, 2006
How about a column of rumor mongering? Let's start with shows you might see in Cincinnati next season. A 24-city tour has been announced for DOUBT, the 2005 Pulitzer Prize winner (it also earned  

The Wizard Of Oz

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0 Comments · Wednesday, February 22, 2006
The familiar story of THE WIZARD OF OZ will come to life onstage this weekend in a production by CHILDREN'S THEATRE OF CINCINNATI. It's directed by Jack Louiso, who will be honored by the Ohio Arts  

Julius Caesar

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0 Comments · Wednesday, February 15, 2006
If Shakespeare is your guy, you have a good week in store. Let's start with the CINCINNATI SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, which is offering one of the best known plays by the Elizabethan writer, JULIUS   

New Stage Collective

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0 Comments · Wednesday, February 8, 2006
NEW STAGE COLLECTIVE (NSC) has announced its fourth summer season, offering 50 performances of five productions between April and late August. The energetic young group is off to an early start   

Les Belles-Soeurs

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0 Comments · Wednesday, February 1, 2006
There's a lot of stamping going on in Northside. Let me clarify that: It's a play in which trading stamps play a central role. Cincinnati theater veteran DALE HODGES is producing Michel Tremblay  

The Clean House

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0 Comments · Wednesday, January 25, 2006
The Pulitzer Prize for drama is probably the best known recognition that a work for theater can win: While Sarah Ruhl's script, THE CLEAN HOUSE, didn't win it in 2005, it was one of two finali