Tag: Cincinnati Ballet

Largest ever gift lifts Ballet into its future home

Cincinnati Ballet unveiled design plans for the Cincinnati Ballet Margaret and Michael Valentine Center for Dance, scheduled to open in summer 2021. The new center will be built on vacant land purchased by Cincinnati Ballet at 1801 Gilbert Ave., just south of the Baldwin Apartments, near the entrance to Eden Park.

What to Do/Hear/See | Oct. 30-Nov. 5

The unkindest cut comes Sunday, the saddest day of the year – aka, the day daylight saving time ends. Add to the brew in the cauldron the goblins of All Hallows Eve on Thursday, and it adds up to a frightful week indeed. We’ve got just the antidote, though: a bubbling mix of carefully selected arts and culture events.

What to Do/Hear/See | Oct. 23-29

While the prominent disciplines may have changed this week, there’s nearly as much to experience this weekend as last – i.e., unfortunately too much for you to experience everything. You’ll no doubt need some input to help winnow your prospects, so read on for our expert assistance.

Irma Lazarus

The first in a series about women in 20th-century Cincinnati, possessed with chutzpah and vision, who profoundly enriched our lives and our communities.

What to Do/Hear/See | Sept. 18-24

There’s no doubt about it: It’s summer’s last week, and the days are getting shorter. Better get in a few last festivals while we can. Apparently it’s time for the music season to explode into full glory, too. Read on, and you’ll see what we mean.

What to Do/Hear/See | Sept. 11-17

Renée Elise Goldsberry

We warned you last week that summer wasn’t done with us. With the return of 90-degree days, though, comes a late summer harvest of refreshing events ripe for your picking. Let’s check the baskets, shall we?

MUST-SEE: Theater & Dance, Fall 2019

Playhouse in the Park’s “The Lifespan of a Fact”

Each year, it’s harder to select five must-see shows for our September issue. Should I go for sass (Broadway in Cincinnati’s “Mean Girls”) or class (CincyShakes’ “Titus Andronicus”)? Or maybe the totally unpredictable (“The Kaplan New Works Series” by Cincy…