The multicultural boutique doubles as a
community program space where, on any given day, there may be a yoga
fitness or belly dancing session, a couple’s date night, a real estate
investment workshop or a children’s reading circle.
If you were captivated by Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati’s hit (and revived) production of next to normal in
2011-2012, then you should consider catching the newest show from the
Pulitzer Prize-winning team of composer Tom Kitt and writer Brian
Currently on display at the Taft Museum of Art is Heroism in Paint: A Master Series by Jacob Lawrence, featuring the world-renowned painter’s first venture in creating a series of historical paintings.
The holiday song has it that this is “the most wonderful time of the year.” That’s certainly true if you love holiday-themed theater. Some of what’s available in Cincinnati is family-friendly, while some of it takes some liberties with the holidays.
At The Carnegie’s Modern Living: Objects and Context, curators Matt Distel and BLDG present two types of environments for considering artists’ household-inspired sculptures and design firms’ tables, lamps and more.
In November I was in New York City for a
gathering of the American Theatre Critics Association. I saw five
Broadway shows, listened to some informative panel discussions and
attended a luncheon at Sardi’s with an array of Broadway performers.
There’s no denying that violence in the
African-American community has been a hot-button issue the last few
years, with American media coverage increasing constantly. Kin Killin’ Kin
is the product of a drive to effect change.
Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog
in the Night-Time was in part a tribute to Sherlock Holmes, although the
hero in the 2003 mystery novel is an autistic British teenager, not the
distinguished private detective of Edwardian England.