community theater


The Oscar Wilde classic play, The Importance of Being Earnest, is being presented by the Mason Community Players from February 14-22 at their venue, Theatre 42 in Lebanon. Joining Jim Stump for a preview of this comedic gem is the actress bringing Lady Bracknell to life, Amy Sullivan.


One of the longest running community theatres in the Tristate is The Drama Workshop, starting in 1954 on Cincinnati's west side. Performing now in the former Glenmore Bowl in Cheviot, their season opener is the comedy Nana's Naughty Knickers. Joining our Rick Pender to talk about the group's history and upcoming season are board President Eric Thomas and Vice-President of Production, Dennis Murphy.

Hamilton's Fitton Center for Creative Arts is celebrating its 25th Anniversary and preparing for the 2018-19 season. 

Jim Stump has a preview of the upcoming Sunset Players production of the award-winning musical Next to Normal with the show’s director, Jerry Yearout, and lead performers Jen and Jered Ryan.