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.
The 2018-19 season at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park features a new, locally-produced King Records production, plus shows from or inspired by Stephen King and Lin-Manuel Miranda will take the stage in Mt. Adams.
The 2016-17 Broadway in Cincinnati season has been announced, and it's a mix of fresh-from-New York productions (Something Rotten, Matilda the Musical, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical) and the return of classics like The Sound of Music and The Phantom of the Opera.
Sara Clark, the artistic associate director at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, joins our Jim Stump with a preview of the theater’s Shakespeare in the Park productions starting in August and the 2015-16 mainstage season.
The Cincinnati Arts Association has announced their 2014-15 season that features everything from a Led Zeppelin tribute to food star Alton Brown to a night of tango and much more. Van Ackerman from the CAA talks about all the upcoming shows with our Rick Pender.
Coming off their successful anniversary year and completion of Shakespeare’s canon, there is no down time for the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. As Jeanna Vella from CSC tells our Jim Stump, they are mounting the always fun Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) for the summer before starting their 2014-15 season with such classics as Little Women, The Comedy of Errors, Henry V and more.
September 21 kicks off the new season of provocative and challenging art exhibits at downtown’s Contemporary Arts Center, so our Jane Durrell welcomes in Curator Steven Matijcio to preview what visitors will see during the next year.