Cincinnati’s craft breweries are more
than just producers of distinctive, small-run beers; they also offer a
particular brand of alcohol tourism — paired dinners, rare tastings and
other unique experiences inside their own taprooms.
Brian Sholis moved to Cincinnati from his editor post at the Aperture Foundation in New York just over a year ago for his very first museum job as the Cincinnati Art Museum’s associate curator of photography.
This weekend, 14 Tribe dancers (along
with Hubbard, who will solo) will perform at the Aronoff’s Jarson-Kaplan
Theater in a mixed bill revisiting a selection of characteristic
vignettes from the past 10 years of evening-length productions.
Late night (aka 10 p.m.) the final Sunday of each month, four dudes in lab coats take the stage at MOTR Pub under the moniker Future Science for an hour and a half of absurdist multimedia sketch comedy, complete with human baked potatoes, a variety of props and loosely obtained doctorate degrees.
After growing up in Nigeria and spending his childhood learning English by watching movies, Sam Ulu came stateside to pursue an education in aerospace engineering at the Florida Institute of Technology.
Tamara Winters is new to Know Theatre, but not to Cincinnati. She spent two years at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati (ETC) a decade ago as a member of the intern company after her 2004 graduation from Ohio University.