Based on a legendary story about a creature that terrified 18th-century France, "The Man-Beast" at Know Theatre of Cincinnati is an absolute triumph of atmosphere and tension.
Bruce Cromer leads audiences down a rabbit hole in this production at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati.
Based on George Orwell's classic novel, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's doubleplusgood production of "1984" is a terrifying glimpse at life under the heels of totalitarianism.
"Next to Normal" at the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater is an emotional, empathetic portrayal of the raw emotions and revelations that an entire family faces when dealing with mental illness.
"SUPERMAN™" kicks off The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati's season on a heroic note with plenty of action and tongue-in-cheek humor.
"The Roommate," on stage at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's Shelterhouse Theatre, is a compelling story of two women who rebel against their histories after they begin living together.
Vanessa German, the Taft Museum of Art's 2018 Duncanson Artist-in-Residence, injects affirmation and diversity into the halls of the museum in the special exhibition, "vanessa german: running with freedom."
Leslie Odom, Jr. and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra bring a weekend full of boundless enthusiasm, energy and talent to Music Hall.
The 2018-19 Cincinnati Ballet season kicks off to an extraordinary start with their annual showcase of regional and world premieres.
Maggie Lou Rader wrote and stars in a one-woman show at Know Theatre of Cincinnati that dramatizes the already dramatic life of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.