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The Twentieth-Century Way (Review)

Know Theatre regional premiere entertains, transports and transforms

Comments 0 · Apr 9, 2014 07:48 am

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. 
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Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2 (Review)

Cincy Shakes' testosterone-laden production is full of boys and a lot of noise.

Comments 1 · Mar 31, 2014 08:40 am

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, nearly finished with the immense task of staging all 38 of Shakespeare’s surviving plays over its 20-year history, has launched another noteworthy effort. ...

A Delicate Ship (Review)

Playhouse world premiere brings another excellent new play and writer to Cincinnati audiences

Comments 0 · Mar 28, 2014 08:27 am

The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park hit a home run with its world premiere of Anna Ziegler’s A Delicate Ship on the Shelterhouse stage. ...

 
 
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Stage Door: Weekend Theater Picks

Comments 0 · Apr 18, 2014 11:24 am

There are several good theater choices south of the Ohio River this weekend.The theater (and dance) program at Northern Kentucky University presents a truly varied array of programming — this season has included a play by Orson Welles, the legendary musical South Pacific, Shakespeare's...

Q&A with Rajiv Satyal

Comedian brings his No Man's Land tour to the Aronoff Center Saturday

Comments 0 · Apr 18, 2014 10:38 am

Comedian Rajiv Satyal was born and bred in Cincinnati — Fairfield to be exact. He’s gone from being an intern on Capitol Hill to brand manager at Procter & Gamble to full-time comedian living in Los Angeles. Satyal has worked with Dave Chappelle, Kevin James, Tim (the tool man) Allen,...

HalfCut Beer Cafe Grand Opening Friday

HalfCut pours its first beers for the public tomorrow

Comments 0 · Apr 17, 2014 11:34 am

HalfCut Beer Café invites beer lovers to take their taste buds on an explosive journey as they celebrate their opening to the public April 18th.The cafe — on Walnut Street in Over-the-Rhine, attached to the new taco shop Gomez Salsa — will offer growlers to-go plus beers to sample and drink...

 

The Twentieth-Century Way (Review)

Know Theatre regional premiere entertains, transports and transforms

Comments 0 · Apr 9, 2014 07:48 am

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. 
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Garden Karma

Grow It Forward Gardens promotes healthy food access and community engagement

Comments 0 · Apr 16, 2014 08:44 am

For garden visionary Chris Smyth, sustainability coordinator of neighborhood nonprofit Price Hill Will (PHW), an empty yard is more than a patch of dirt. It’s a blank canvas. ...

Fascinating Cultural Critic Visits UC for a Radical Confab

Comments 0 · Apr 9, 2014 07:41 am

I came across the Slovenian theorist/writer Slavoj Žižek in the recent movie The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology, in which he passionately used scenes from Hollywood movies to spotlight his observations about the humanist struggle...

Cincy Sundaes Provides Platform for Community Development

Comments 0 · Apr 9, 2014 07:54 am

Kristine Frech and Erika Fiola are looking for ideas. Good ones. And they have ice cream. Frech and Fiola created Cincy Sundaes, a collaborative opportunity that provides a space for locals to hear or pitch ideas that benefit the city.
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Women Artists Collaborate on Book-Making

Comments 0 · Apr 2, 2014 08:38 am

A new exhibition of art books by a local group of female artists, Art4Artists, joyously fills the galleries at Kennedy Heights Arts Center. The exhibit, titled WomenWorkBooks, is meant to serve as a springboard for discussion on a wide range of women’s issues. ...

The Formula at Covington's Carnegie Is Working

Comments 0 · Apr 16, 2014 08:50 am

You won’t find cutting-edge material onstage at the Carnegie. The theater’s managing director Joshua Steele has mastered two elements: He collaborates with a wide array of local theater artists and companies, and he produces works that are, by and large, familiar fare. ...

 
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