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"Kill Move Paradise" challenges audiences not just to witness tragedy, but to take action in everyday life.
Mid-40s rock gospel is brought to life through Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's production of the historic partnership, "Marie and Rosetta."
"Red Velvet," on stage now at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, showcases the fragility of success for people of color in the 1800s, drawing parallels to contemporary situations.
Falcon Theatre provides an updated and intimate look at Tennessee Williams' classic drama.
Cincinnati Landmark Productions takes audiences on a musical romp with perfect comedic timing, dirty jokes and an endless barrage of puns.
The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati tops off a season that has hit all the right notes with a delightful performance of a story we all know and love.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company masterfully translates a single room on a single hot, humid Mississippi night into claustrophobic, suffocating, compelling, visceral theater.
The life of Ada Lovelace is in the hands of excellent storytellers at Know Theatre of Cincinnati.
The story of Ethel Waters, at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati until May 19, is a discovery of self-love.
The gold standard of pirate stories find new energy on stage at Playhouse in the Park.
Kari E. McLean