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Shakespeare in the Park is a great, free, easy-as-hell thing to do on a summer evening. Pack a picnic, enjoy our beautiful parks and be entertained.
I believed Giles Davies was the Elephant Man. It was better than any CGI or special effects.
With appearances from George Bailey, Charlie Brown, Cincy Lou Who, and Gustov the Green-Nosed Reingoat (due to copyrights,) Every Christmas Story Ever Told is the holiday party you won’t want to miss.
I haven’t seen a lot of Shakespeare, but I really, really enjoyed this performance. It’s also important to note that this is the last performance at this space. Soon they’ll be moving to their new theater at 12th and Elm.
"A Midsummer Night's Dream," Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's inaugural performance at the new Otto M. Budig Theater, delivers timeless intuitiveness, magical performances, rocking mayhem and heaps of hilarity.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company ditches the schlock that traditionally accompanies "Dracula" and plays it straight, reminding us why the story became such an enduring legend.
"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company bottles and delivers the feeling of adventure that comes with childhood.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company time warps you to an era of crystal ash trays, clawfoot coffee tables, mini-tassels on lampshades and overt racial prejudices where love, as always, wins.
With their production of "Othello," Cincinnati Shakespeare Company funnels its audience toward confronting uncomfortable topics like racism, misogyny and stereotypes.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company masterfully translates a single room on a single hot, humid Mississippi night into claustrophobic, suffocating, compelling, visceral theater.
John David Back
Kari E. McLean