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On Broadway in New York: Beautiful Scenes and "Fidgety Feet"

An American in Paris (Review)

0 Comments · Monday, December 7, 2015
Gorgeous is the word for the Broadway production of An American in Paris, a stage adaptation of the 1951 musical movie starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron.   

On Broadway in New York: Spoofing Shakespeare and Theater in General

Something Rotten (Review)

0 Comments · Monday, December 7, 2015
I turned up at Broadway’s St. James Theatre on Nov. 12 for Something Rotten with moderate expectations. I had seen a number from the show on the Tony Awards last June, so I knew it was an amusing backstage mash-up of Elizabethan England and musical theater.  

On Broadway in New York: Entertaining and Frightening

Hand to God (Review)

0 Comments · Monday, December 7, 2015
When you enter the Broadway’s Booth Theatre to see Robert Askins’ play, Hand to God, you’re looking at a Sunday School classroom in Texas with cinderblock walls painted blue and windows high enough to let you know it’s in the basement.  

Visionaries at Work

Artists at Visionaries + Voices prepare for the nonprofit’s major annual event, Double Vision

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 2, 2015
For the nonprofit organization Visionaries + Voices, the upcoming Double Vision auction of art is a crucial event. Held annually, it’s the organization’s biggest and most high-profile public fundraiser.  

Marker to Commemorate Who Concert Tragedy

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 2, 2015
It’s been a long time coming, but Cincinnati is set to mark this week’s 36th anniversary of the 1979 Who concert tragedy with the dedication of a permanent memorial marker by the site.
  

Growing up Carlin

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Fans of legendary comedian George Carlin who are interested in the mayhem that went on behind-the-scenes during his most prolific years can now get an up-close and personal view.   

Handmade Heroes

Crafty Supermarket grows with an inclusive attitude toward all things DIY

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 24, 2015
While attending Kent State for journalism, Grace Dobush took printmaking and bookbinding classes and got hooked on the crafty community there. She wanted to solidify a similar community when she moved to Cincinnati in 2007.
  

Ed Stern’s ‘Youth’

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Ed Stern “retired” three years ago after two decades of artistic leadership at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. I put quotation marks around that word because he’s still busy as can be, much to the surprise of everyone — himself included.  

Growing Beyond 'Childish Things'

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Count on Know Theatre to come up with offbeat onstage stories. Joseph Zettelmaier’s All Childish Things has the appearance of just that: A trio of guys who remain stuck in childhood despite approaching age 30.  

Harvesting a History: Findlay Market Storytelling

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 24, 2015
In an effort to celebrate Findlay Market and the stories it has inspired, Karen Kahle, director of communications and programs for the Corporation of Findlay Market, has started a new cultural event.   

Fun Times in the Forest of Arden

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Critic's Pick: One of Shakespeare’s greatest comedies, As You Like It, is Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s early holiday offering, and it’s a silly delight with a big cast.   

Shipshape and Seaworthy: H.M.S. Pinafore in Louisville

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Critic's Pick: Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic operetta H.M.S. Pinafore was a hit in 1878. The very tongue-in-cheek tale of class distinctions in the British Empire seems pretty creaky in 21st-century America.  

A Home by Any Other Name

Cincy Shakespeare Company will relocate to a new artistic venue in Over-the-Rhine

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company has announced plans for a new $17-million theater at the intersection of 12th and Elm streets in Over-the-Rhine, across from the southeast corner of Washington Park.  

A ‘Field Guide’ to Magical Thinking

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Jochen Lempert, the German photographer whose first major U.S. museum show, Field Guide, is now at the Cincinnati Art Museum, combines the metaphysical with the biological so well that the effect is often magical.
  

Thirteen Ways of Looking

Colum McCann (Random House)

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Irish-born and New-York-City-based author Colum McCann, who has penned several exceptional novels has acquired a reputation as a writer of great lyrical and emotional beauty.