Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati is a professional theatre dedicated to producing world and regional premieres of works that often explore compelling social issues. We fulfill our mission through our stage productions and educational outreach programs that enlighten, enliven, enrich and inspire our audiences.

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  • 91.7 WVXU Cincinnati Edition hosted ETC's D. Lynn Meyers and actor Michael G. Bath, discussing 30 years of theatre and what's in store for the 2015-2016 season!

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  1. […] revamped, renovated, and reinvigorated Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati in Over-the-Rhine exceeds any and all expectations. It’s bigger but cozy; it’s quaint but […]

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  2. […] Dancing Princesses,” showing now at the recently renovated Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, is not to be missed this holiday season. Based on the original German fairy tale preserved by the […]

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  3. […] Karam’s “The Humans” opened last night at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, bringing with it just about everything you could ask for in a play. There are moments of […]

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  4. […] Ensemble Theatre has an interactive wall where playgoers can listen to old Ethel Waters interviews and songs. Snippets of Sweet Mama Stringbean and Birmingham Bertha play softly in provided headphones. There are also snippets of her performance interview for Mamba’s Daughters, and Billy Graham — the white preacher who saved her. […]

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  5. […] if you believe in fortune telling and following the stars, “Fly by Night” at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati is the perfect musical for you. It shows you how the blackout of 1965 mended relationships and […]

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  6. […] years. Before the printing press, before Twitter, before bathroom stall graffiti, we had stories. Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati‘s  “St. Nicholas,” the one-man show written by Conor McPherson, is one heck […]

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  7. […] of my favorite things about attending play at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati is the intimate setting. It gives you a sense of being at home. It’s warm, cozy and there isn’t […]

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  8. […] the works of Pulitzer Prize-winners to the stage pushes Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati into the upper echelons of regional relevance. David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Ripcord” is […]

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  9. […] far as family histories transferred to the stage go, Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati’s “Fun Home” is one of the more unique theater experiences. “Fun Home” is a […]

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  10. […] Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati continues to bring complex, challenging and entertaining works to the stage. They produce works that are layered, nuanced, smart and deeply creative. In other words, Ensemble gives me a lot of trouble when trying to write adequate reviews. It would be easy to say the show had us all laughing from start to finish, that I learned some new words, and Dale Hodges

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