Tag: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

What to Do/Hear/See | Jan. 22-28

If there was any collective post-holiday pause among the area’s arts and culture groups, we didn’t notice it, and there’s certainly no sign of it now. With the usual more-than-you-have-time-for agenda of events on tap for the week, let us help you with some select happenings that are sure to please.

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…

What to Do/Hear/See | Dec. 4-10

Did you hear that? That was the sound of Christmas exploding. There’s an absolute embarrassment of arts and culture options this week – especially if you’re a music fan. Better get right to it.

What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 13-19

From millions of tiny lights to a preserved landmark, from music you know to music you ought to know, from provocative images to resourceful, talented women, there’s something here for your taste.

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. 9-15

There’s a chill in the air at last, and darkness claims more of our days. That gives us extra time to enjoy evening events, of course, but, with All Hallows Eve drawing near, it encourages the things that go bump in the night to come out to play, too. Whether your taste drifts more toward the light or the dark, we unequivocally have you covered this week.

What to Do/Hear/See | Sept. 25-Oct. 1

Autumn is officially here. Brisk breezes, sweaters, hot cider. Well, it’s like that somewhere, anyway. Not here, obviously. Nevertheless, you may now legally begin consuming pumpkin flavored food and beverages. In the meantime, there’s still plenty to do around town, whatever the weather.

What to Do/Hear/See | Sept. 4-10

Claire Danes as Juliette and Leonardo di Caprio as Romeo

Retailers may be ready for us to hand over our iced tea for pumpkin lattes and scarecrows, but the local arts scene is still running summer hot. So put that PSL down – it’s still too early for that anyway! – and head out for a refreshing sip of enlightenment and entertainment.