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"Remembering James" at The Carnegie provided a great look at a pillar of the musical landscape as we entered Black History Month. Don't miss it when it comes back to the region this April!
"N.C. Wyeth: New Perspectives" at the Taft Museum of Art showcases the artist and illustrator's entire body of work and the trends his work inspired.
At their "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" concert at Below Zero Lounge, Cincinnati Men's Chorus treated the crowd to a showcase of talent and style.
At times both heavy and hilarious, "americUS" is a valuable exploration of identity in modern America. Catch it at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park through March 8.
The CSO Proof series from Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra once again dazzles with the innovative, impressive "Singulis et Simul."
Relive Buddy Holly's meteoric rise to rock 'n' roll stardom at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.
"All the Way" at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company tells the story of how the Civil Rights Act of 1964 went from a dream to reality.
The touching and humorous "Fortune" at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati toys with the idea of destiny and choice with a touching romantic comedy at its heart.
The unapologetically strange showcase of performance talent that is "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind" is a one-of-a-kind experience.
Top talent is on display at The Carnegie in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," which plays through January 26.
John David Back