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Cock-and-Bull Stories

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Know Theatre is typically the last of our local professional theaters out of the gate in the fall. It takes the small company a while to recuperate from the Fringe Festival, from being a venue for the MidPoint Music Festival and from the numerous other activities they host at their Jackson Street venue in Over-the-Rhine. But they’re finally in the midst of the run of their first regular production for fall 2013, Mike Bartlett’s Bull.  

Bull (Review)

Strong acting and staging in latest Know Theatre production

0 Comments · Monday, November 4, 2013
You won’t like anyone you see onstage in this savage tale. You’ll probably question your own enjoyment of the show’s dark humor and vicious actions.  

Things Known and Unknown — Upcoming Shows at Know Theatre

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 21, 2013
A year ago, Know Theatre announced a strategic plan to shift away from being a traditional company offering annual seasons. Instead, Know announces programming on a rolling basis. That led to a lighter-than-expected stretch in 2012 and 2013, which nonetheless featured several excellent productions.  

SATURDAY04

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
years after its debut, Contempt remains an ambiguous, beautifully crafted, startlingly fresh investigation of artistic integrity and romantic longing in a world gone haywire. And I cant wait to finally see it in all its big-screen, CinemaScope glory: Cincinnati World Cinema presents a new print of Godards classic 7 p.  

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