Keep the Performing Arts in Your Heart

Enjoy Shakespeare and the Symphony in local parks or Paul McCartney’s opera at Music Hall.


There’s no shortage of performing arts in Cincinnati. Music, comedy, theatre, puppetry, dance, you name it we have it. Here are just a few highlights to look out for this summer.

Liverpool Memories

Cincinnati Opera’s mainstage season concludes with the world premiere opera staging of Liverpool Oratorio, a semi-autobiographical work by Paul McCartney inspired by his early life. Shows are July 18, 20, 21, and 27 at Music Hall.

Pop Goes The Summer

Whether you enjoy the classics or like a little Sousa in your step, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s summer lineup has something for everyone, from free performances in local parks to the Cincinnati Pops’ annual July 4 celebration at Riverbend.

To Be…In The Park

Bring a lawn chair and pack a picnic for a 90-minute version of Hamlet courtesy of Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. The free shows will be presented at more than 30 area parks from July 12 to September 1.

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