Know Theatre of Cincinnati

Know Theatre is Cincinnati’s Theatrical Playground. The Know showcases unexpected voices, new works, and plays that embrace the inherent theatricality of the live experience. Know Theatre seeks to be a place where artists and audiences feel welcome to take artistic risks, creating work that is cutting edge and accessible.

Located in the heart of Over-the-rhine, Know Theatre produces a mainstage season in its 99 seat blackbox theatre. Know Theatre’s lobby bar, The Underground, has a cabaret stage that hosts second stage programming and special events.

Know Theatre also produces the annual Cincinnati Fringe Festival each spring, 12 days of inventive experimental arts in venues throughout OtR.

PHOTOS

  • The Inventive Princess of Floralee

VIDEOS

  • Add some theatre to your OtR happy hour. #otrismorethanbars

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  1. […] Know Theatre of Cincinnati’s newest project is arguably their most ambitious. Neil Gaiman’s “Neverwhere” is longer that their typical fare, featuring a larger cast of characters and more demanding set pieces. Happily, the Know is up to the task. “Neverwhere” is at turns hilarious and beautiful, and at all times, it is exactly what an adventure story should be. That may come as no surprise to

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  2. […] is not at all unfamiliar to the stage, but “SuperTrue,” being a production of Know Theatre of Cincinnati, injects a healthy dose of weird into the formula, keeping it fresh. “SuperTrue” is the […]

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  3. […] Move Paradise” at Know Theatre of Cincinnati opens in the land of forgotten hashtags, where Isa, played by Darnell Pierre Benjamin, is the first […]

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  4. […] the world’s first computer program. “Ada & the Engine,” on stage now at Know Theatre of Cincinnati, tells her […]

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  5. […] “Whisper House” at Know Theatre of Cincinnati from now until August […]

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  6. […] of this is heading. If there’s a better way to kick off the Second Stage series of a season Know Theatre of Cincinnati is billing as “Fear Itself,” I haven’t seen […]

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  7. […] In 18th-century France, an animal known as the Beast of Gévaudan began a reign of terror in the French countryside. It was said to resemble a wolf the size of a calf and was estimated to be responsible for over a hundred deaths and severe injuries. The French government expended considerable resources in hunting the creature, which seemed to possess a mysterious resistance to bullets. Many

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  8. […] gets left behind? Those are the questions at the heart of “Red Bike,” on stage now at Know Theatre of Cincinnati. But it’s up to you to find the […]

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  9. […] got a setting, a theme, a symbol and a lengthiness that suggests a healthy eccentricity. Know Theatre of Cincinnati delivers on all counts, as they usually do. A waitress and janitor are working the overnight […]

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  10. […] you have never been to Know Theatre of Cincinnati before, the one thing they do better than any other theater in town is the ever-changing use and […]

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  11. […] is a central component of “The Absentee,” a stunning new play on stage at Know Theatre of Cincinnati from now until October 5. It comes from a general misanthropy at first, but as we get a clearer […]

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