If you like to sing but have never had the opportunity to join a choral celebration with a real live orchestra, Collegium Cincinnati has your chance. Anne Arenstein is joined by Christopher Eanes in the studio and Megan Boyd on the phone to find out more about being a part of July's SummerSing at beautiful Christ Church Cathedral.
Author Crystal Wilkinson, who daylights as an Associate Professor of English at the University of Kentucky, has received great acclaim for her most recent novel, The Birds of Opulence. She speaks with our Barbara Gray about this multigenerational story of women in a bucolic southern black township.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company will present its Season of the Woman in 2019-20, featuring women in traditional male roles (such as Hamlet and Sherlock Holmes) and productions of "August: Osage County" and "The Merry Wives of Windsor." To provide a full rundown of the upcoming season, Artistic Director Brian Isaac Phillips is with Jim Stump in the studio.
Many Cincinnatians remember the tragic and disturbing case of Donald Harvey, the notorious mass murderer who hid in plain sight and may be responsible for up to 87 deaths. That story, along with several others, are detailed in a new book by former profiler and FBI Special Agent John Douglas.