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The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is a two-time, Tony Award-winning professional theatre nationally known for its excellence and commitment to new works and as an artistic home for America’s best actors, directors and designers. A Playhouse season is carefully selected to offer something for everyone, with classics, recent Broadway hits, musicals, comedies, dramas and world premieres all in one season.

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  • THE SECRET GARDEN is a soaring musical version of the beloved family classic about a little girl who coaxes an abandoned garden back to life. The show by Marsha Norman and Lucy Simon, based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, runs Sept. 5-Oct. 3, 2015. Details: www.cincyplay.com

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  1. […] There’s never a doubt that actors on a stage are talented. Each is outfitted perfectly, stepping into the name on their script, embodying the persona of their character. While I may be dramatic at times, my dramatizations of this world pale in comparison to those at Playhouse in the Park. […]

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  2. […] Ferrante walked onto the Shelterhouse Theatre stage at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park last night and spoke for a few minutes about his childhood idol. Then, he painted an oversize […]

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  3. […] into the Broadway musical “Million Dollar Quartet,” which opened this past weekend at Playhouse in the Park for a four-week […]

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  4. […] thoroughly enjoyed the world premiere of “Be Here Now.” Packed into the Shelterhouse Theatre at Playhouse in the Park, a small cast of four shed some light of truth on the clichés “never judge a book by its […]

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  5. […] a story of mid-60s rock gospel singers told entirely in the showroom of a funeral parlor, rocks Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park this […]

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  6. […] you just don’t get out of serious-minded adults. “Treasure Island,” playing now at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, is exactly one of those shows. The recommended age of 10+ skews the audience decidedly younger, […]

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  7. […] film version of Stephen King’s “Misery,” I don’t know where you’ve been living. Playhouse in the Park’s stage adaptation of the famous book/film is just as unnerving. Barbara Chisholm’s Annie Wilkes is […]

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  8. […] friends, Christmas has come early this year at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley” gives you that push into the Christmas season […]

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  9. […] Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s “A Christmas Carol” is the stage adaptation of the Charles Dickens’ novella, first published in 1843. This timeless work — and I assume 175 years of steady use qualifies a work as timeless — centers on the moral reckoning of one Ebenezer Scrooge. Like Scrooge himself, we are taken on a journey through time. We come to understand how a boy full of hope

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  10. […] a question of soul mates. In the case of “The Last Wide Open,” on stage now at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, it’s also a question of an effusive and energetic woman, a stoic and sarcastic Italian man and a […]

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  11. […] my first time experiencing an August Wilson production. This play definitely lived up to the hype. Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s production of “Two Trains Running” portrays the dialogue of everyday people that meet […]

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  12. […] Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park swam off-grid to deliver a one-night only opportunity at Newport Aquarium that was more “park” than “playhouse.” They ensured a better appreciation of the performers’ stamina and the challenges of being a bard. Based on Jules Verne’s science fiction classic, “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” the Playhouse team delivered a progressive play experience against the

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  13. […] tongue-in-cheek to tragic, humor is universally appealing. “The Thanksgiving Play” at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park touches on every type of joke there is. Larissa FastHorse has written a play that turns a mirror on […]

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  14. […] written by Chelsea Marcantel and directed by Laura Kepley, is a joint collaboration between our Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and the Cleveland Play House. The world premiere run started in Cleveland and last week opened in […]

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