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"Hello, Dolly!," on stage now through December 15 with Broadway in Cincinnati, brings warmth and wit to the Aronoff Center.
Cincinnati Boychoir's holiday concert is packed with beautiful singing, infectious enthusiasm and plenty of cheer.
The touching and humorous "Fortune" at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati toys with the idea of destiny and choice with a touching romantic comedy at its heart.
"All the Way" at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company tells the story of how the Civil Rights Act of 1964 went from a dream to reality.
At their "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" concert at Below Zero Lounge, Cincinnati Men's Chorus treated the crowd to a showcase of talent and style.
For their entry in 2020's digital Cincinnati Fringe Festival, Pones use dance in empty spaces to underscore the surreal times we're living through.
"m-o-u-s-e" is an exploration of the Disney monolith from the perspective of a future archaeologist and the mouse who inspired Mickey.
For their entry in this year's Cincinnati Fringe Festival, Queen City Flash ask what it means to lose something, and what it means to find it again.
In the virtual version of their annual holiday concert, Cincinnati Men's Chorus offer great voices, great vibes and a healthy dose of innuendo.
Kari E. McLean