If you need
an evening of laughter, you want to be in a seat at Cincinnati Shakespeare
Company for The Complete History of
America (abridged). In fact, if you want to go, you apparently need to get
your tickets right away.
Hundred Days, the first production of Know
Theatre’s 18th season, defies categorization. Since Know is a theater company, of
course, it’s a play. But the performance is as much an Indie Rock concert as it
is a dramatic work.
Bill Cosby created The Cos — perhaps unofficially in the early 1970s, after breaking a color barrier by being cast in in I Spy in 1965 — as a means of convincing us he wasn’t at all like that lecherous curmudgeon Bill Cosby. Again.
Screenwriters/producers Scott Neustadter and
Michael H. Weber have made a name for themselves in Hollywood as the
teen-to-YA dramedy guys, having worked together on (500) Days of Summer, The Spectacular Now and The Fault in Our Stars.