Don’t lose track of
theater on university campuses, because there’s a lot of it. It’s a
chance to see works that are less likely to be produced by theaters
where selling lots of tickets is a necessity.
While living in Kenya, Sylvia NebSa
Harmon witnessed poverty firsthand and answered her call to social
justice by making beads out of paper and teaching Kenyan artists how to
make and distribute them for income.
If/Then traces a pair of divergent
paths for Elizabeth, a city planner who returns to New York after a
painful divorce. When her future is hijacked by fate — epitomized by two
very different friends — her life splits into two parallel outcomes.
If Andy Worley were a candle, he would
radiate a blend of basil, sage, mint and bergamot. His aromatic
attribute is a smooth, revitalizing fragrance with a menthol boost
called “Enliven,” and it’s one of 12 original scents created by A
Audiences will laugh and gasp at Karen Zacarías’ amusing Native Gardens at the Cincinnati
Playhouse and feel troubled by the plight of a fighter pilot in George Brant’s gripping
Grounded at Ensemble Theatre.