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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.
"Wicked" delivers a stunning, tumultuous backstory that is relevant to us all as our favorite witches experience the struggle of growing up, pain of a love rivalry, consequence of a corrupt government and ultimately, the true meaning of friendship.
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati brings a fairy tale to life in "The Dancing Princesses," complete with magic, mystery, fabulous frivolity and plenty of shenanigans.
The Children's Theatre presents "Cinderella" in the style of British pantomime, creating a hilarious, good time for the entire family with audience participation, pop songs and plenty of slapstick.
"The Humans," playing now at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, has just about everything you could ask for in a play, from laugh-out-loud joy to heartbreak, and even a song.
"Five Women Wearing the Same Dress" at the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater tells the story of a wedding day through the eyes of five bridesmaids, each with their own painful, comic and recognizable reasons to be unhappy with the bride.
Clever, poignant and charming, Broadway in Cincinnati's "School of Rock" will keep you laughing and rocking out throughout the performance.
With "Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical," The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati delivers a show that is visually charming, socially relevant and offers critical lessons for us all.
Adapted from Stephen King's novel, "Misery" at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is masterfully unnerving.
"The Roommate," on stage at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's Shelterhouse Theatre, is a compelling story of two women who rebel against their histories after they begin living together.
John David Back