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Pones Inc. Offers Food for Thought

Cincinnati's provocative performance art troupe Pones Inc. adds food to its toolkit

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Food and art have interesting commonalities in the way they are carefully prepared, the way they affect our senses and, perhaps most of all, the attention we pay to them when we find them strikingly beautiful. Because of the actions associated with cooking and eating, food lends itself to performance. This is just what the local performance art group Pones Inc. has done with its most recent work, Rub, Dredge, Fry (Repeat).  

The Eyes of Oedipus (Review)

Know Theatre offers new take on classic script

0 Comments · Friday, May 7, 2010
There aren't many stories that have been around longer than the tragedy of Oedipus, a man who tried to escape fate but ran directly into it, and it's fascinated and horrified audiences for millennia. A new version has been created by actress and writer Alison Vodnoy, a drama grad of UC's College-Conservatory of Music now working regularly at Know Theatre of Cincinnati, where her script is onstage for several performances through May 16.   

Angels in America: Perestroika (Review)

Know Theatre completes its 'Angels' repertory with a powerful Part II

0 Comments · Sunday, April 25, 2010
Know Theatre of Cincinnati's staging of Tony Kushner's monumental '90s icon 'Angels in America' continues with 'Part II: Perestroika.' Let me simply say that if you miss this show you'll kick yourself. It's a showcase of excellent Cincinnati actors doing one of the most important plays of the past 25 years.   

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