Incline Theatre Planning to Raise Your “Spirit” This Summer

 

Sneak Peek by Laurel Humes of Blithe Spirit: Incline Theatre

Actress Kayla Burress is channeling her inner ghost to play one in Blithe Spirit, opening June 28 at Warsaw Federal Incline Theater.

Since this is a Noel Coward comedy, Elvira the Ghost is playful and clever. With the added advantage that no one . . . → Read More: Incline Theatre Planning to Raise Your “Spirit” This Summer

Human Race Satisfies Our Nostalgic Urge in Stage Version of “Family Ties”

Check out this link to a Sneak Peek of Human Race Theatre’s Family Ties by contributor Liz Eichler:

Sneak Peek of Family Ties

One of the most beloved television families of the 1980s takes to the stage! Twenty years have passed and Alex P. Keaton, now running for Congress, returns to his parents’ Columbus home. . . . → Read More: Human Race Satisfies Our Nostalgic Urge in Stage Version of “Family Ties”

Prepare to be Enchanted by Broadway in Cincinnati’s “Matilda”

Sneak Peek by Sheldon Polonsky of Matilda: Broadway in Cincinnati

Dan Chameroy as Miss Trunchbull with Paula Brancati as Miss Honey. Photo Joan Marcus

Matilda, the Musical starts this week at the Aranoff in Fifth Third Bank’s Broadway in Cincinnati Series, Presented by Trihealth. Matilda, based on Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s book, is the . . . → Read More: Prepare to be Enchanted by Broadway in Cincinnati’s “Matilda”

Incline Presents the Challenging, Provocative “Equus”

Sneak Peek by Doug Iden of Equus: Incline Theatre

What is illness? Does society have an obligation to try to heal a sick person who has committed a heinous crime? How can religious confusion shape a person’s actions? These are some of the questions being asked in Peter Shaffer’s classic play Equus opening at the . . . → Read More: Incline Presents the Challenging, Provocative “Equus”

Clifton Players Rev Up for “Small Engine Repair”

Check out Allyson West’s Sneak Peak of “Small Engine Repair,” playing March 30th through April 15th at the Clifton Performance Theatre. Tickets available online at www.cliftonperformancetheatre.com

 

 

Down the Rabbit Hole with Falcon’s Ted Weil

A Sneak Peek by Alan Jozwiak of Rabbit Hole: Falcon Theatre

Ted Weil and Tara Williams in “Rabbit Hole”

Starting this week, Falcon Theater will be presenting the Pulitzer Prize winning play Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire. I had a chance to talk to Ted Weil, Falcon’s Artistic Director, who is getting a rare . . . → Read More: Down the Rabbit Hole with Falcon’s Ted Weil

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Takes On Groundbreaking “Raisin in the Sun”

The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company takes on one of the most pivotal plays of the 20th century as it presents Lorraine Hansberry’s Raisin in the Sun. Check out the Sneak Peek below by Spenser Smith , an interview with director Christopher V. Edwards. The play runs March 24th through April 15th, and tickets can be obtained . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Takes On Groundbreaking “Raisin in the Sun”

Carnegie’s “Disenchanted”: Not Your Mother’s Disney Princesses

Sneak Peek by Doug Iden of Disenchanted: The Carnegie Theatre

Forget the Disney or Mother Goose versions of classic nursery rhymes about Snow White, Cinderella, Rapunzel, or Sleeping Beauty when the Off-Broadway musical Disenchanted waltzes into The Carnegie Theater starting March . . . → Read More: Carnegie’s “Disenchanted”: Not Your Mother’s Disney Princesses