It’s a minor miracle that Janet Yates Vogt and Mark Friedman — the creative team behind Tenderly: The Rosemary Clooney Story, opening this week at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park — found each other.
As Mid-Century Modern becomes desired,
preserved and collected, many cities — Cincinnati included — have
started Modernism tradeshows where period design objects are sold and
advice is given on home restorations.
If you’re excited by the imminent arrival (Dec. 25) of a movie version of Into the Woods, you can get ready for the experience by catching a performance of the show at the Covedale Center for the Performing Arts.
Although Safe House is the title of Keith Josef Adkins’ world
premiere play at the Cincinnati Playhouse, the primitive but neat cabin inhabited by the Pedigrews, a free
family of color in 1843 Kentucky, is a dangerous place.
As the long-awaited Beyond Pop Art: A Tom Wesselmann Retrospective
prepares to open Friday at Cincinnati Art Museum, there is much to
discuss about this native son’s controversial career as one of the
original Pop artists.
After visitors travel the gravel pathway
leading to Grailville, they enter a cultural oasis made up of rich
farmland, peaceful nature trails, organic gardens and a group of women
dedicated to sustainable living and a holistic approach to life.