Exceeding its goal by $1.3 million, the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park celebrated the completion of its capital campaign with a ribbon cutting for its new mainstage theater complex, featuring Moe and Jack’s Place — The Rouse Theatre.
Category: Performing Arts
Local students win national awards
Students representing The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati in Cincinnati won a Freddie G Excellence in Ensemble Work award and earned other recognition at the 2023 Junior Theater Festival Atlanta.
Carnegie’s Best headed to airport
Northern Kentucky’s largest multidisciplinary arts venue is in the market for a new leader.
To classical music world, reaching out is critical to survival
Nate Bachhuber is one of a new breed of artistic planners in the world of classical music. He and a group of other orchestra-related people are responsible for programming entire Cincinnati Symphony seasons, a task previously left to music directors. Find out what’s changed and why…
‘Castor and Patience’: second Cincinnati Opera premiere this summer
In “Castor and Patience,” loosely based on the confounding, mythical tale of Castor and Pollux – twin half-brothers of different mothers – the question revolves around the topic of family legacy and inheritance.
Elkus retires from agency she started
Joyce Elkus has retired from the charity she launched 15 years ago to help military families.
A ‘Fierce’ new opera inspired by teenage girls
Finally. It has taken two years, but in July we will get to see and hear Cincinnati Opera’s world premiere production of “Fierce,” with a score by William Menefield and libretto by Sheila Williams.
Cincinnati Ballet takes a leap with ‘Bold Moves Festival’
“We’re seeing the evolution of our art form unfold in front of us. We’re part of that evolution.” – Victoria Morgan
Passing the baton: New conductors in Cincinnati’s changing choral scene
Over the past three years, it seems that there have been more than the usual number of notable leadership changes among Greater Cincinnati choral groups. Some shifts were driven by retirements. Others came about as directors departed for new positions. And some were propelled by the uncertainty that has upended nearly every aspect of life during the past two years.
Cincinnati Opera and WGUC present encore of ‘Hallelujah Handel’
Cincinnati Opera and 90.9 WGUC are presenting an encore broadcast of “Hallelujah Handel,” a four-part radio series hosted by Evans Mirageas, The Harry T. Wilks Artistic Director of Cincinnati Opera.