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Whether you’ve waited 26 years to see Playhouse in the Park's 'A Christmas Carol,' like I have, or see it every year without fail, there’s no shortage of magical moments to appreciate and savor.
There’s a lot of Shakespeare happening in town. At the Robert S. Marx Theatre, he's in love...and he's not the only one. Playhouse in the Park's production of "Shakespeare in Love" is irresistibly romantic and wildly entertaining.
Debra Walton gives an impressive performance (well, nine impressive performances) in Playhouse in the Park's production of "Mr. Joy," the story of a community reeling from a violent attack on a beloved immigrant shoe shop owner
Frank Ferrante starts with a spot-on impression of Groucho Marx and dials it up to 11. It's one thing to impersonate someone. It's quite another to improvise as them.
"Million Dollar Quartet" at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is a brisk, entertaining joy—a snapshot of five legends at a pivotal point.
A cast of four at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park sheds some light of truth on old clichés in "Be Here Now."
Mid-40s rock gospel is brought to life through Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's production of the historic partnership, "Marie and Rosetta."
The gold standard of pirate stories find new energy on stage at Playhouse in the Park.
Two actors cover an impressive array of personalities in Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's production of the delightful (if deadly) "Murder for Two."
Adapted from Stephen King's novel, "Misery" at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is masterfully unnerving.
John David Back