Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati brings a fairy tale to life in "The Dancing Princesses," complete with magic, mystery, fabulous frivolity and plenty of shenanigans.
Neil Gaiman's "Neverwhere" at Know Theatre is full of memorable characters, entertaining adventure, and a world that feels more alive and inhabited than most you'll ever see on stage.
"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company bottles and delivers the feeling of adventure that comes with childhood.
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra returns to their ambitious Americana retrospective, this time joined by the dazzling Rhiannon Giddens, who was recently awarded a MacArthur Fellowship for her work.
Frank Ferrante starts with a spot-on impression of Groucho Marx and dials it up to 11. It's one thing to impersonate someone. It's quite another to improvise as them.
The stunning visuals and insistent optimism of Broadway in Cincinnati's "Finding Neverland" make finding your own Neverland an easy task.
Iris van Herpen's work, on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum's exhibition, "Transforming Fashion," embodies the symbiotic relationship between art and science.
Cincinnati Ballet returns to newly-renovated Music Hall with a deeply moving production of Prokofiev's "Romeo & Juliet."
The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati stages a delightful production of Peter Pan for kids while flipping the script on some of the more troubling aspects of the source material.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's performance of the textured music of Claude Debussy, combined with brilliant but unassuming set design, provides a lush world of color and light that you could positively drown in.