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You Can't Take It With You (Review)

Playhouse comedy is good clean fun

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman’s 1937 comedy could be termed an old chestnut; it's also a classic, certainly the forbearer of many of today's TV sitcoms, replete with zany stock characters and contrived, hilarious strings of events that pile up the laughs. It's been staged twice locally over the past year (by CCM and the Showboat Majestic), but that doesn't mean the Cincinnati Playhouse's current production is repetitive.  

The Fantasticks (Review)

Playhouse wraps up 50th anniversary season with 50-year-old classic musical

0 Comments · Sunday, May 23, 2010
There are several obvious reasons why Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is wrapping up its 50th anniversary season with 'The Fantasticks.' For one, the long-running musical began its onstage life the same year the Playhouse first presented plays in a Cincinnati Parks shelter house in Mount Adams. The show's staying power is amply displayed by the current charming production, staged by Producing Artistic Director Ed Stern.  

Hughie/Krapp's Last Tape (Review)

Joneal Joplin showcases two brief classics at Cincy Shakespeare

0 Comments · Monday, January 25, 2010
Short works by Eugene O'Neill and Samuel Beckett from the late 1950s comprise a double bill at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. What's so compelling is the fact that actor Joneal Joplin plays the lead part in both shows.   

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