“GARFIELD” WILL FEND OFF A CASE OF THE MONDAYS

Review by Liz Eichler of “Garfield”: The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati If you have children or grandchildren in the 4-10 year old range (especially for those who have a hard time getting out of bed), you can’t go wrong with “Garfield: The Musical with Cattitude” produced by The Children’s...

Know’s Epic “Feast” Stream Overflowing with Intention

Review by Liz Eichler of “Feast”: Know Theatre (streaming) Know Theatre has been a Cincinnati leader in redefining theatre during Covid. They jumped in the pool of streaming theatre during June’s Fringe and discovered with audiences what techniques worked better than others. They are diving into creative problem solving...

Theatre in Wake of COVID-19: A Review of CCM Acting’s Transmigration 2020

 Review by Alan Jozwiak of “Transmigration”: CCM Acting In a time where social distancing has closed down Broadway and darkened most theaters in Cincinnati, a small ray of theatrical light still shone bright on the boards—CCM Acting’s Transmigration 2020. Billed as “A Festival of Student Created NEW WORKS,” Transmigration consists...

Incline’s “Last Five Years”: Chronology Disrupted

Review by Doug Iden of “The Last Five Years” : Incline Theatre Prepare for a mind-bending experience when you journey through “The Last Five Years“ playing at the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater.  Using an unusual structure which features Cathy Hiatt (Lauren Magness) telling her story backwards from five years in the...

Miami University’s “The Wolves”: Girls, Interrupted

Review by Blair Godshall of “The Wolves” Unfortunately, due to current circumstances regarding COVID-19, all performances of Miami University’s “The Wolves” have been postponed. It’s a shame given how well this production was executed. “The Wolves” follows a team of high school females competing in an indoor soccer league....