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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.    

Other People's Money (Review)

New Edgecliff Theatre production is right on the 'Money'

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Directed by Greg Procaccino, Other People’s Money is both thoughtful and funny. While we understand that the corporate raiders of the 1980s decimated entire communities, it feels more like a nostalgic and wistful take on gentler times.  

The Twentieth-Century Way (Review)

Know Theatre regional premiere entertains, transports and transforms

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 9, 2014
When house lights dim and a play begins, every theatergoer prays to witness something that entertains, transports and, in the best cases, transforms...Tom Jacobson’s The Twentieth-Century Way, receiving its regional premiere at Know Theatre of Cincinnati, does just that. 
  

I Left My Heart, A Salute to the Music of Tony Bennett (Review)

Bennett revue falls flat

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Cincinnati Landmark Productions’ I Left My Heart, A Salute to the Music of Tony Bennett at the Covedale Center for the Performing Arts presents a musical tribute to Bennett, with more than 30 songs made famous by or famously sung by the legendary crooner.  

Seminar (Review)

A school for good writing, acting – 'Seminar' at Falcon Theater

0 Comments · Friday, February 7, 2014
Falcon Theater’s production of Theresa Rebeck’s 2011 play Seminar opened strong in the small, charming Monmouth Theatre in Newport, Ky. Rebeck, a Cincinnati native now living in Brooklyn, N.Y., is a triple-threat writer who has had success as a novelist, playwright and TV writer.  

Revelation (Review)

Not Rapturous but Fun: Untethered Theatre's Revelation

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 29, 2014
On a cold Friday night, Untethered Theatre opened Samuel Brett Williams’ Revelation to a packed and receptive house in the Clifton Performance Theatre (CPT), a home they share with Clifton Players. It’s an amazement to see how both companies use this tiny space innovatively.
  

Around The World in 80 Days (Review)

Entertaining, Charming and Heart-Warming

1 Comments · Monday, December 9, 2013
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati opened a revamped version of the delightfully spirited Around The World in 80 Days on Dec. 4 to a full house. The production is exactly what you would hope for from a family-friendly holiday show.  

Boeing Boeing (Review)

Energetic, laugh-out-loud farce shines with spirit

1 Comments · Monday, November 11, 2013
Under the direction of Brant Russell, the newest member of the drama faculty at UC’s College-Conservatory of Music, Boeing Boeing is fresh and hilarious, a sheer delight.