Tag: Cincinnati Ballet

‘Whiz kid’ Brett Stover’s next venture

It’s tempting to call Brett Stover a whiz kid. I realize that may seem a curious choice of words to describe a man of 56. But if you’ve ever met Stover, you know what I mean. There is nothing about him that remotely jibes with his age. Nothing, that is, other than the smarts that he brings to the table.

What to Do/Hear/See | Feb. 12-18

It’s a double-whammy weekend, with Valentine’s Day and Washington’s Birthday. Whether you’re looking for something to do with a special someone or just want to feel the love for the arts, there’s a big list just waiting for you.

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

Things are beginning to wind down as we approach the big holiday week ahead, bookended by Christmas and New Year’s. But there are still several key musical events on the horizon, and numerous ongoing cultural and theatrical opportunities to impress your out-of-town guests. Below is a digest for easy consumption…

Blanche Maier

Victoria Morgan and Blanche Maier in the late 1990s

Year in and year out, “Nutcracker” has been the reliable cash cow that bankrolled the rest of the Cincinnati Ballet season. And year in and year out, Frisch’s has been there, too, supporting the existing production even as it set aside money for the next production. This is how that relationship came about…

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.