We connect the dots between Cincinnati Shakespeare Company and Ensemble Theatre's latest collaboration.
Since 1995, the Shakespeare Behind Bars program has quietly transformed the culture in one Kentucky prison.
The 2017–2018 season will celebrate its return to the Over-the-Rhine venue with Shakespeare’s classic love story, the first narrative ballet of the season.
Zombies rule on TV, but they’ll never outshine vampires on stage. So Cincinnati Shakespeare Company will celebrate Halloween with the Emperor of Darkness—Dracula.
Three major arts organizations are opening their 2017–2018 seasons this fall in renovated or completely new buildings, collectively raising OTR’s profile as a national arts destination.
Twins Kelly and Kristen Mengelkoch haven’t shared a stage since their high school days in Wichita, Kansas, but at least they’re in the same city this month: Kelly, a 13-year veteran of Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, gets to watch Kristen perform in the Broadway tour of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder at the Aronoff Center (Jan 3–8). We chatted with the duo about style, aspirations, and weird wardrobes.
Grand streets. Artful vomit. Crumbling masonry. At Playhouse in the Park's scene shop in Walnut Hills, magic happens.
"People have this stereotype about ballet that it’s a girl in a tutu jumping around. It’s so much more than that."
Serials!, which started at the Know Theatre in the summer of 2014, stages 15-minute installments of five brand new plays, all written, directed, and acted by local talent.
This half-finished construction project on Red Bank Road represents a big get for the Cincinnati arts community: Brand new theater, rehearsal, and office space for The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati.