Top 5 Shows to See This Fall

This season, get out on the town and into one of Cincinnati’s world-class theaters.
  1. Even if you’ve never seen Misery, based on the novel by Stephen King, you’re probably familiar with Kathy Bates’ role as an obsessive book-loving kidnapper. Experience the nightmare firsthand at Playhouse in the Park’s dynamic adaptation. Through September 29, 2018, 962 Mt. Adams Circle, Mt. Adams, (513) 421-3888, cincyplay.com

    Barbara Chisholm as Annie Wilkes in Misery

    Photo by Tony Arrasmith/Arrasmith & Associates.

  2. Considering an evening at the symphony? CSO’s Russian Masterpieces will be sure to thrill and delight. Featuring renowned pianist Yevgeny Sudbin, tonal, eerie pieces like Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain and Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 15 will inspire a spooky spirit. November 2-3, 2018, Music Hall, 1241 Elm St., OTR, (513) 381-3300, cincinnatisymphony.org
  3. See the Covedale Center’s rendition of the hit Broadway play and blockbuster movie, A Few Good Men, while you can. The tale of loyalty, honor, law, and violence is partially based a true story and wholly captivating. Through October 7, 2018, 4990 Glenway Ave., Covedale, (513) 241-6550, cincinnatilandmarkproductions.com
  4. The Lost Boys can be found at Music Hall during the Cincinnati Ballet’s presentation of Peter Pan this season. Bring the kids — or just your kid-at-heart —and enjoy the magical charm of J.M. Barrie’s beloved story through dance. October 25-28, 2018, Music Hall, 1241 Elm St., OTR, (513) 621-5282, cballet.org 
  5. Nothing is scarier than Big Brother. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s intimate theater is the perfect setting to experience the famed dystopian world of Orson Wells’ 1984, during the regional premier run of this newly adapted play. October 12-November 3, 2018, The Otto M. Budig Theater, 1195 Elm St., OTR, (513) 381- 2273, cincyshakes.com

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