Tag: Playhouse in the Park

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. 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.

What to Do/Hear/See | Oct. 16-22

When faced with an event of the immense scope of BLINK, what’s a local arts group to do? By the number of events on tap for this week, the apparent answer is “wait a week.” There’s so much to do this weekend, for example, you will have to choose what to omit from our best-bets list.

What to Do/Hear/See: Oct. 2-8

Now that most of our fall festivals have come and gone, summer may leave us at last, too. No matter if you’re a fan of lingering summer or cooler autumn, we’ve got some events – both indoor and outdoor – to lure you out of the house and into some arts and entertainment. Such as….

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?

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.

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…