Category: Performing Arts

What to Do/See/Hear | Aug. 15-21

Don’t be fooled just because most of the Queen City’s school districts are starting their year this week. It’s still summer for another month. There’ll be plenty of balmy weather beckoning you to partake of some of the many activities on tap for you this week.

Shakespeare Company honors Jeanne Golliher

CSC Revel

Jeanne Golliher, president and CEO of Cincinnati Development Fund, received the Globe Award at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s fifth annual Revel gala. The award goes to an individual who has made a significant impact on the company through philanthropy, advocacy and…

Concert:nova presents ‘The Bradbury Tattoos’

Flash sheet, “Kaleidoscope,” by Steven Mast, inspired by the Ray Bradbury short story of the same name.

It sounds like the opening line of a joke: A cellist, a tattoo artist and a dramaturge meet in a bar. … Though a bar was not the scene, the group of artists collaborating on concert:nova’s world premiere production of “The Bradbury Tattoos, a Rock Opera” is a wildly disparate group. 

CAST theater program for students aims high

CAST board members Kevin Reynolds and Mike Boberg

Kevin Reynolds was looking for a way to give back. Mike Boberg was ready to stick his toe back into the arts. Together, they are helping to shape the future of Commonwealth Artists Student Theatre, a newly renamed high school summer theater program in Northern Kentucky.

What to Do/See/Hear | June 20-June 26

Are you still with us? Last weekend’s blast of heat and humidity was enough to melt anyone … or at least drive us all inside. No doubt our summer has more tandoori days in store, but this weekend promises a more merciful climate. That’s good, because there are many outdoor events worth your time in the next seven days. Indoor ones, too, for the once-burned-twice-shy among you.