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While "The Nutcracker" is a must in our family, we always are on the lookout for new experiences to add to our holiday traditions, and we know our region's arts performances and venues are a great place to start.
The show is a delightful adult timeout in a crazy holiday season that will make you roar with laughter, nod your head in emphatic agreement, and occasionally nail a point so close to home that you define your New Year’s resolutions on the spot.
The witty dialogue, quirky characters, clever sets, and pure charm of Monty (played by Kevin Massey,) will be enough to convince you that this show is the ultimate guide to a great evening out.
Both our girls picked up on the nuances of the relationships and thoroughly enjoyed the family-friendly show; they were thrilled to see kids their own age in the production! The theater company wonderfully portrayed the story of Professor Harold Hill taking on the stubborn citizens of River City, Iowa while unexpectedly falling in love with the town’s View more
The non-stop vibrancy of dance and music embraces your emotions and unleashes your imagination, leaving you breathless with anticipation even when you know the outcome of the story. What sets this particular production apart and makes it so effective are the powerful performances by each and every dancer in the cast. They are not simply performing a View more
The Children’s Theater of Cincinnati knows their audience and definitely hit it over the rainbow with The Wizard of Oz!
Puppets KapOw is non-stop fun, with beautiful music, great lighting and a fun stage set-up that enables the audience to be taken into the puppets’ stories at the blink of an eye.
This season has been exceptional and the current production of Tarzan, based on the Disney film, is a step above. It transports you and your loved ones and reminds us that the idea of “two worlds, one family” is more important and relevant than ever.
The musical is a clever masterpiece that weaves multiple story lines together to tell the tale of little girls standing up for who they are and what they believe in.
John David Back