Crass Behavior and Silly Lewdness Generate Summertime Fun

0 Comments · Tuesday, June 16, 2015
A woman pursued by Francis Henshall says, “I know exactly what he’s after. And if he carries on like this, he’s going to get it.” In Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s production of One Man, Two Guvnors, Matthew Lewis Johnson plays Henshall in precisely that manner, behaving manically and getting exactly what this play aims for — unbridled, bawdy humor.   

Final Thoughts on the 2015 Cincy Fringe

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 10, 2015
The 2015 Cincinnati Fringe Festival wrapped up last Saturday, but the glow continues.   

Rising in the West

Cincinnati Landmark’s Incline Theater is a leap of faith

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Although Tim Perrino and Rodger Pille are schemers, failure is not on their radar. But creating a hit is definitely what they have in mind as they prepare to launch the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater — in fact, it seems they’ve had a lucky charm in their hip pockets for the past three years.   

You Seem Pretty Great

0 Comments · Sunday, May 31, 2015
Mike Fotis, a monologist from Minneapolis, puts on a show that’s about as minimal as it can be.  


0 Comments · Saturday, May 30, 2015
Succession, a mesmerizing solo dance work representing a life-cycle journey, is Valerie Green’s first appearance at the Cincinnati Fringe. Pay attention: She’s a welcome addition.  


0 Comments · Saturday, May 30, 2015
The most unusual fringe venue for this year’s festival belongs to Squares, the latest entry from dog & pony dc from Washington, D.C.   

Pangea (FringeNext)

0 Comments · Saturday, May 30, 2015
The young performers of Third Eye Warriors are here to make art, and Pangea is their canvas.   

Occupational Pleasures

0 Comments · Saturday, May 30, 2015
There’s a lot of talent onstage, I just wish they had found something really worth committing to.  

Mouthy Bitch (Critic's Pick)

0 Comments · Saturday, May 30, 2015
While I enjoyed the play’s humor, it was the tragic moments — each of which was startling — that gave the play its depth and made me think about it well after leaving the theater.  

Hunting Monsters (Cappies Review)

0 Comments · Saturday, May 30, 2015
Set in the near future, the play centers on a bloody conflict between “patriots” who hold conservative political ideals and “rebels” who hold liberal ideologies that hinge upon an expanded welfare system.