Broadway in Cincinnati

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Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Cincinnati presented by TriHealth, presented at the beautiful Aronoff Center for the Arts, brings the very best Broadway touring shows to the Queen City each year. The 2015-2016 Season celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the Aronoff Center.

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  1. […] Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati just closed their run of “Peter Pan JR.,” Broadway in Cincinnati has brought “Finding Neverland” to the Aronoff Center. “Finding Neverland” […]

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  2. […] a lot like Christmas in Cincinnati, and nowhere was that more evident than the opening night of Broadway in Cincinnati’s “A Christmas Story, The Musical” on December 5 at the Aronoff Center. The musical premiered in […]

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  3. […] Broadway in Cincinnati’s production of “School of Rock,” playing now through March 4 at the Aronoff Center, hits all the right notes and delivers the next best thing to a live rock concert — maybe even better since the seats are more comfortable and the audience is extremely well-behaved! Based on the popular movie and with new music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, it is a showcase of the

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  4. I purchased an Artswave Pass was for the discounts to the Aronoff, only to find out there weren’t any. Very disappointed.

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    • Hi Cathy! There is a 15% off deal for Book of Mormon on ArtsWave Pass. For the rest of the season, ArtsWave Pass holders get the same benefits as season pass holders for Broadway in Cincinnati, which is a built-in discount of up to 20% off plus priority access before the general public to ticket sales. We’re updating ArtsWave Pass to clarify.

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  5. […] considering Broadway in Cincinnati’s production of “The Book of Mormon” I entered the theater with admittedly limited information. I […]

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  6. […] the season for sweet treats and spooky tricks. Broadway in Cincinnati’s “Charlie and The Chocolate Factory” delivers both in a seasonal smash hit that revives […]

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  7. […] had never heard of “The Play That Goes Wrong” before. I assumed Broadway in Cincinnati’s latest production was about people forgetting their lines, emergencies preventing the performance […]

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  8. […] to report that “RENT” has not lost its luster. See it at the Aronoff Center thanks to Broadway in Cincinnati from now through December […]

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