Tag: Know Theatre

What to Do/See/Hear | Aug. 15-21

Don’t be fooled just because most of the Queen City’s school districts are starting their year this week. It’s still summer for another month. There’ll be plenty of balmy weather beckoning you to partake of some of the many activities on tap for you this week.

What to Do/See/Hear | July 25-July 31

‘As One’ illustration by Aimee Sposito Martini

No whining about the weather this week. There will be no oppressive heat, no torrents of rain … and no excuses for you not to get out and enjoy one of the events we’re telling you all about – there’s one for almost any taste. We’ll wait just a moment while you tap to open your calendar app….

What to Do/See/Hear | May 9-15

A lot of work (and money) has been put toward turning Elm Street into Cincinnati’s arts axis. How is that paying off? Well, four of our first five picks this week take place along a two-block stretch of Elm. And that doesn’t even count the CSO – and they’re playing, too. So park once, and enjoy often.

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.

An artful panacea for the blues of March

“Fancy Free,” Cincinnati Ballet

T.S.Eliot called April “the cruelest month.” That may be true for London, but here in Cincinnati it must be March. We all need some inspiration to get through those raw, lingering, gray days with highs in the 30s. For many, it’s the transformative power of the arts. Here are some special arts events to nourish your soul in the weeks to come.

What to Do/See/Hear | Jan. 17-23

It’s been a few weeks, and we’ve had a chance to get acclimated to winter weather. It’s time to get back out and see what the new year has brought us. The region’s theaters in particular are ready to raise their curtains on new shows. Read on.

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

After you overindulge tomorrow, do yourself a huge favor and skip the shopping until some saner, later date in the coming weeks. Instead, treat you and yours to some outstanding experiences throughout the weekend and beyond.