There’s a serious reason behind
everything Kemple is doing with music programming at the Main Library,
even if it sometimes means wearing the gorilla suit he got as a wedding
present three years ago. He’s championing libraries as a source for
experimentalism — a place to “blow minds,” in his words — and is part of
a national movement to do sO.
Ok. So, obviously using the word “cool”
to describe something is, in fact, decidedly “uncool,” but that’s not
going to stop us from labeling the following people, places and things
as cool Cincinnati shit of which you should definitely take note.
Thirty-five years ago, writer/producer
Hugh Wilson transformed his chance bar meeting with an Atlanta radio
station’s ad rep into one of television’s quirkiest and most cultishly
beloved situational comedies.
features countless exciting opportunities to support the arts around the
city (and beyond) in the fields of visual arts, dance, vocal arts and
classical music, theater and film. 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.
During the past 15 years, from its home base at
the Cincinnati Ballet Center in Over-the-Rhine, the company has achieved
its own cultural and economic revival, mirroring downtown’s — and
especially OTR’s — renaissance, with tremendous growth and critical
success under the guidance of Artistic Director and CEO Victoria Morgan.
From Bach and contemporary composer Missy Mazzoli
to rarely performed operas and superstar vocal and instrumental
soloists, Cincinnati's fall arts season underscores the creative shifts in musical
programming. It’s not easy to choose highlights from an abundance of
great offerings, but here’s one per month.
Here are three categories designed to
satisfy different tastes: theatergoers who love musicals, those who
yearn for the classics and anyone with a taste for new plays. Since this
is CityBeat’s fall preview, these are shows you can catch before