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In the virtual version of their annual holiday concert, Cincinnati Men's Chorus offer great voices, great vibes and a healthy dose of innuendo.
"Zack," livestreamed by Know Theatre of Cincinnati, is basically "Saved by the Bell" with real life consequences.
Now on display once again at the Contemporary Arts Center, the work of Vhils, who was featured during 2019's BLINK, should not be missed.
The Taft Museum of Art displays a century's worth of art history along with context and a look at some underrepresented names from the era in their special exhibition, "A Splendid Century: Cincinnati Art 1820-1920."
Tania Candiani presents the good, the bad and the ugly of our commercial past in a choreography of the city’s ancient industries.
Two individual installations at the Contemporary Arts Center explore the mystery of electrical microcosms and plumb the depths of the human soul.
"Maya: The Exhibition" at Cincinnati Museum Center explores all aspects of Mayan civilization, from history to art to current status. Plus, there's chocolate!
Grendel's mother from the classic tale of Beowulf offers the wisdom she gained from half-living with millennium-old trauma in "Feast." from Know Theatre of Cincinnati.
Martin Dockery shows how great storytelling can be with all wit and almost no props in his Cincinnati Fringe Festival entry, "Forbidden City!"
From The Queer Feminists Next Door, "Dream&" is driven by a need for connection and the idea that finding happiness starts from within.
Kari E. McLean