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The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's performance of the textured music of Claude Debussy, combined with brilliant but unassuming set design, provides a lush world of color and light that you could positively drown in.
Guest conductor Andrey Boreyko led the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra through a series of delightful music, with a truly special appearance by Tine Thing Helseth.
Notorious jokester and Cincinnati Pops Orchestra conductor John Morris Russell presided over a night of recollection, theatrics, laughter and great music.
The May Festival kicked off last night at Music Hall. Eun Sun Kim conducted Verdi's "Requiem" with infectious enthusiasm.
Raucous good fun, featuring marsupial foils and a tribute to one of the most beloved legends attributed to Cincinnati’s most recent U.S. President.
When’s the last time you spent an hour watching someone perform card tricks that blew your mind? Make time to catch Erik Tait’s "Please Shuffle The Cards" at the 2018 Cincinnati Fringe Festival.
"Show Up" is a self-aware one-man show about anxiety, depression, and trauma that is completely at the mercy of the audience. It was SO fun.
An ancient Sumerian story is wielded as a weapon against authoritarianism in this Fringe entry from Animal Engine.
Set during the fall of the Weimar Republic in pre-war Germany, NKU School of the Arts' production of "Cabaret" finds beauty in stigmatized places as the world descends into hideous turmoil.
The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati's modern take on "Sleeping Beauty" is full of pint-sized laughs and positive messages.
Kari E. McLean