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The Birds (Review)

Suspense flocks to Cincy Shakes

0 Comments · Monday, October 20, 2014
Put aside what you think know about the narrative of The Birds if you’ve seen Hitchcock’s classic movie  

Moby Dick (Review)

0 Comments · Monday, October 13, 2014
Know Theatre’s 17th Season theme is “adaptation,” and on the evening of Oct. 10, the company opened Julian Rad’s 2003 take on Herman Melville’s 1851 novel Moby Dick.  

A Streetcar Named Desire (Review)

Covedale Center stages a Pulitzer Prize-winning classic

0 Comments · Monday, September 15, 2014
It is a wonderful risk any time a theatre company takes on a classic like Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire. It is an especially wonderful risk for actors who go up against our collective or personal expectations of what their performances should look like.
  

Hands on a Hardbody (Review)

Ensemble Theatre brings an effervescent and offbeat new musical to Cincinnati

0 Comments · Friday, September 5, 2014
Ensemble Theatre's shows have been selling well these last many seasons, so you might have to scramble to get tickets for Hands on a Hardbody — but the effort will surely be worth it.  

The Will Rogers Follies (Review)

Folksy 'Follies' Great Fun at Covedale

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 27, 2014
The Will Rogers Follies closes the first Cincinnati Landmark Productions (CLP) Summer Classics Season held at the Covedale Center for the Performing Arts.
  

Onstage: Harry & the Thief

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Harry & The Thief by Sigrid Gilmer is a wonderfully ridiculous, history-twisting, large cast mash-up of a play about Harriet Tubman (Harry), slavery and time travel.  

Harry & the Thief (Review)

Twerking time with Harriet Tubman at the Know

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Harry & The Thief by Sigrid Gilmer is a wonderfully ridiculous, history-twisting, large cast mash-up of a play about Harriet Tubman (Harry), slavery and time travel. It is also the first play in Know Theatre’s 17th season, with Andrew Hungerford now at the artistic helm. This bodes well.
  

Sarge (Critic's Pick)

Clifton Performance Theatre (Cincinnati)

0 Comments · Friday, May 30, 2014
Sarge is a one-woman show written by Cincinnati-based actor, writer and director Kevin Crowley featuring Christine Dye. In three short vignettes, Crowley imagines the life of Dottie Sandusky, aka “Sarge,” the wife of Penn State’s assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky around the time he was indicted for multiple counts of child molestation.   

TRAGEDY: a tragedy

New Edgecliff Theatre

0 Comments · Thursday, May 29, 2014
New Edgecliff Theatre returns to Fringe with Will Eno’s 2008 TRAGEDY: a tragedy in which a local television news anchor and three reporters in the field cover the unfolding media drama of “the event of ‘night.’” Is it merely nightfall as usual? Or does the apocalypse come under the cloak of darkness?  

The Two Noble Kinsmen (Review)

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s presentation of the rarely produced The Two Noble Kinsmen is a noble feat, as it put CSC in the company of only six modern theater companies who have also “completed the canon” by performing all 38 of Shakespeare’s plays.