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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company time warps you to an era of crystal ash trays, clawfoot coffee tables, mini-tassels on lampshades and overt racial prejudices where love, as always, wins.
"Red Velvet," on stage now at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, showcases the fragility of success for people of color in the 1800s, drawing parallels to contemporary situations.
The story of Ethel Waters, at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati until May 19, is a discovery of self-love.
Two actors cover an impressive array of personalities in Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's production of the delightful (if deadly) "Murder for Two."
Dance Theatre of Harlem brought their powerful, expressive and profound form of dance to the stage at the Aronoff Center for two nights this weekend.
The basement of MOTR Pub is the ideal venue for this chilling, powerful drama of kidnapping and abuse.
"The Gospel of Barabbas," from Hugo West Theatricals, may be the most irreverent production of this year's Cincinnati Fringe Festival — and one of the most hilarious.
Society’s Tongue Productions presents "Lost Generation," a powerful message of strength to — and from — a young and troubled generation.
Tarot card readings, relationship banter and beer! 'Doppelbanger' is like talking to your best friend.
"The Blackface Project" tells the story of Bert Williams, the first black man on Broadway, and the humiliations he endured in the name of success.
Aiesha D. Little