A crowd of female playwrights came
together in New York City in 2008 to express their concern that works by
women were not getting produced by that city’s theaters. More than 150
playwrights attended the gathering, resulting in standing-room-only at
Not too many years ago August was a very quiet month on local stages. No longer. You have plenty of good choices this weekend.Stacy Sims reviewed Know Theatre's production of Harry & the Thief, which opened last week. She called it "a wonderfully ridiculous, history-twisting, la...
It was 35 years ago when I first heard
about a new Broadway musical, the story of a Victorian serial murderer whose
victims were ground up for meat pies. My first reaction to Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street was disbelief.
The big show this weekend will be Lumenocity in Washington Park. If you were lucky enough to get a ticket, you'll be seeing some great images on Music Hall's facade with accompaniment by the Cincinnati Symphony. If you weren't so lucky, you can still enjoy the show via radio (WGUC), television, big screens (at Fountain Square and Riverbend, for free) or via live streaming at
Sixty years ago visionary producer Joseph Papp dreamed up
the idea of Shakespeare in the Park. It’s become an institution in
Central Park in New York City and, since 1954, dozens of other locales
have repeated the concept across the United States and beyond.