Tag: Cincinnati Fringe Festival

What to Do/See/Hear | May 30-June 5

Summerfair Cincinnati

Astronomers and sticklers will tell you that summer does not officially begin until June 21. These people have apparently not experienced either Cincinnati’s arts scene or humid heat in late May and early June. To my allergy-clouded eyes, it looks like summer to me. Judge for yourself.

Faces of Fringe: kinda weird, kinda wonderful

(Top) Siri Imani and Jennie Wright; Vicky Alcorn; (middle) Rob Keenan, Katie Chal and Patty Chal; (bottom) Victoria Hawley; Erika Kate MacDonald and Paul Strickland

Cincinnati’s Fringe Festival describes itself like this: “Kinda weird, like you.” Produced by Over-the-Rhine’s Know Theatre, this annual summertime theater-bender draws a fleet of artists – dancers, actors, playwrights, musicians, visual artists, puppeteers, clowns and storytellers – from across the country to share their strangest, riskiest work with audiences in spaces scattered throughout Over-the-Rhine.

STAGE: movers & makers of the moment

James Gilmer and Maizyalet Velázquez

Theater is exploding with life in Cincinnati, with record crowds and exciting new venues on the horizon. And the dance season is leaping into the future with a new work by an established local master. Contributor David Lyman shares his thoughts on who and what to watch onstage between now and Thanksgiving.