Falcon Theatre lives up to its motto: “Intimate theater. Inspiring performances.”
By Rick Pender
This story is featured in CityBeat's Oct. 4 print edition. Falcon Theatre is not located in a cultural zone...
A Disney Princess Concert Tour is Heading to Cincinnati Next Year
The concert will feature 30 iconic Disney songs performed by Broadway stars, backed by larger-than-life animation and theatrical effects.
By Katherine Barrier
Joey Votto Lends His Voice to Children's Theatre of Cincinnati Production of The SpongeBob Musical
Votto is putting on his best French accent for the show's famed narrator.
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Hosts Coming of Age Tale About Love and Immigration
Director Kareem Fahmy says Sanctuary City is lively and pointed without being preachy.
By Katie Griffith
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati Play Asks ‘What Does the Constitution Mean to You?’
What the Constitution Means to Me is a civics lesson disguised as theatrical entertainment.
By Rick Pender
Fall Arts Preview: Greater Cincinnati Theater Companies, Universities to Present Well-Rounded Offerings Throughout the Fall
Get ready — here comes a season of theater!
Broadway in Cincinnati’s 'MJ The Musical' to Provide Theatrical Take on the Creative Genius of Michael Jackson
When the tour of MJ The Musical lands at the Aronoff, you'll see a show with Tony Award-winning lighting design that tells the story of the artistry and early life of musician, singer and dancer Michael Jackson.
Johnny Cash’s Songs Tell a Story of America in Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's Ring of Fire
Ring of Fire will be presented by Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park from Aug. 26-Oct. 1.
Cincinnati Landmark Productions’ 'Man of La Mancha' Brings a Message of Idealism to Theatergoers
Freelance director and choreographer Dee Anne Bryll is staging the legendary musical based on Miguel de Cervantes’ masterwork, Don Quixote.
Review: Canada’s Shaw Festival is the Ultimate Destination for Theater Lovers
After six decades the Shaw Festival has become one of Canada’s most substantial and popular cultural institutions, well worth the eight-hour drive from southwest Ohio.
Know Theatre's 'Sleeping Giant' is a Horror Comedy with a Chilling Connection to Modern-Day Societal Issues
Sleeping Giant runs Aug. 4-20 at Know Theatre in Over-the-Rhine.
By Emily Keller
Rapper Ludacris' Donation to Help The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati 'Rollout' Emery Theatre Plans
The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati plans to open in the historic theater in the fall of 2025.
The Carnegie's 'Kinky Boots' Actor Discusses the Summer Production with CityBeat
“It’s been my dream to step into those pumps and spread a bit of queer Black joy," Montez Jenkins Copeland said.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Revives Colorful and Witty Production of ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’
Christine Pedi will be the first woman to take on the role of Lady Bracknell for Cincinnati’s classical stage company.
Covedale Center for the Performing Arts Costume Designer Shares Behind-The-Scenes Perspective
Costume designer June Hill sits down with CityBeat to discuss her costuming process for the theater's production of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Million Dollar Quartet Director Tells CityBeat Why the Show is a Must-See
Director Katrina Ploof talks with CityBeat about Kincaid Regional Theatre’s mainstage production.
Musical label•less Tackles Tough Topics Through Song, Dance and Personal Stories
The musical is put on by Drew and Lea Lachey of Lachey Arts (yes, that Drew Lachey of 98 Degrees fame).
Warsaw Federal Incline Theater’s 'Footloose' Director Shares His Vision for the Summer Production
Eric Byrd details his directing experience and why you have to come see Footloose.
Cincinnati Music Theatre is Celebrating Women Composers, Lyricists with ‘Musicals She Wrote’
Creator and academic Joe Stollenwerk has assembled an eclectic, cabaret-style revue that traces the history of women writing music or lyrics for more than a century.
One-Woman Magic Show About Consent and Animal Rights Heads to Cincy Fringe Festival
The feats of magic performed urges viewers to explore issues of animal welfare, climate change and sexism.
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati's 2023-2024 Season Will Debut 'Slice-of-American-Life' Shows
The upcoming season will include two world premieres, a fan favorite and a pair of solo shows that will get people thinking.
Geri Halliwell-Horner discussing and signing Rosie Frost and the Falcon Queen
Wed., Oct. 4, 7-9 p.m.
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