Know Theatre’s “A Handmaid’s Tale” is Relevant and Thought-Provoking

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Corinne Mohlenhoff in “A Handmaid’s Tale”

If I’m being honest, I was skeptical walking into the Know Theatre‘s production of The Handmaid’s Tale. Margaret Atwood has long been my favorite author, and I spent a full semester of English studying this book in particular. While I was excited to see . . . → Read More: Know Theatre’s “A Handmaid’s Tale” is Relevant and Thought-Provoking

Covedale’s Irreverent “Greater Tuna” Provides Oceans of Laughs

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Two hardworking actors playing 21 zany characters are the comedic centerpiece of Greater Tuna. Justin Smith and Matt Wilson earn the audience’s laughter and ovations in the production now playing at the Covedale Center for the Performing Arts.

The setting is Tuna, the third-smallest town in Texas, and a place where . . . → Read More: Covedale’s Irreverent “Greater Tuna” Provides Oceans of Laughs

Update on Unified Auditions 2015

The League of Cincinnati Theatres will not be hosting a Unified Audition in 2015. Each of our professional member theatres holds auditions at various points during the year. We strongly encourage interested actors to contact individual companies for which they may be interested in auditioning; links are provided under the “Membership Information” tab above. For . . . → Read More: Update on Unified Auditions 2015

New Changes to the LCT Paneling/Review Process!

For the winter/spring season this year, LCT is excited to announce a new format for reviews. Instead of a formal rating system, we will be posting a full review from one of our panelists on our review page here. We are hoping this approach will give theatre goers more robust insight into the productions and . . . → Read More: New Changes to the LCT Paneling/Review Process!