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"Sex and Education" at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati covers both topics with vigor.
"Casper the Friendly Musical" delights as The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati haunts the stage of Taft Theatre.
Margaret Atwood's true crime story, "Alias Grace," is on stage now at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, providing a glimpse into some of the challenges that have face women throughout history.
Tia Seay channeled Aretha Franklin, giving her catalog of classic, soulful hits the R-E-S-P-E-C-T it deserves at The Carnegie.
A story about grief, loneliness and politics in outer space, set in 2088, is somehow relevant to today on all counts. That's just how they do things at Know Theatre.
In "August: Osage County," Cincinnati Shakespeare Company explores the depths of dysfunction, finding a wide range of emotions within.
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra once again took audiences to a galaxy far, far away this weekend with their performance — and screening — of "The Empire Strikes Back."
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati brings to life Alison Bechdel's memoir, "Fun Home," in this bold, topical, unnerving performance.
World-renowned Spanish guitarist Pepe Romero joined the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra for an unforgettable night of music and dance.
On stage now through August 25 at The Carnegie, "American Idiot" is a coming-of-age story from the turn of the millennium that manages to remain relevant today.
John David Back