The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati shows how live theater should be done, bringing wild fun to the stage with "Madagascar: A Musical Adventure."
Cincinnati Ballet, with the aid of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and May Festival, bring three world-class powerhouse organizations together for two disparate but complementary performances.
This weekend, Kentucky Symphony Orchestra brought "Turandot," Puccini's final opera, to vivid life at NKU's Greaves Concert Hall.
"Million Dollar Quartet" at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is a brisk, entertaining joy—a snapshot of five legends at a pivotal point.
"Five Women Wearing the Same Dress" at the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater tells the story of a wedding day through the eyes of five bridesmaids, each with their own painful, comic and recognizable reasons to be unhappy with the bride.
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.
"The Humans," playing now at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, has just about everything you could ask for in a play, from laugh-out-loud joy to heartbreak, and even a song.
Notorious jokester and Cincinnati Pops Orchestra conductor John Morris Russell presided over a night of recollection, theatrics, laughter and great music.
Know Theatre takes a familiar theatrical concept to new places with their production of Karen Hartman's "SuperTrue."
As a winter storm blanketed the region, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra rewarded those who braved the weather with a repertoire that warmed the heart.