Carnegie’s “Company” Not to Be Missed

Review by Donna Hoffman of Company: Carnegie Theatre

Looking around at the audience before the opening number of Company at The Carnegie Saturday night, I made a note that the audience as a whole was definitely over 55. After the show, I wondered why the 35 and below crowd wasn’t there. If you are under . . . → Read More: Carnegie’s “Company” Not to Be Missed

LCT Hosts Celebration of Cincinnati Theatre

Cincinnati’s theatre glitterati enjoyed a “Theatre Industry Night” last night, at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. President Josh Steele hosted this annual event, slightly different this year, instead of theatres “competing with each other,” they celebrated each theatre and the shows, performances, and designers which the LCT panelists lauded this season.

Steele also announced . . . → Read More: LCT Hosts Celebration of Cincinnati Theatre

Carnegie’s “Company” a Musical, Visual Treat

Review by Charles Roetting of Company: Carnegie Theatre

Director Corrie Danieley kicks off The Carnegie‘s 2015-2016 season with the musical COMPANY, with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by George Furth. I attended the opening Saturday performance.

The story revolves around the married friends, girlfriends, and 35th birthday of the highly likable and . . . → Read More: Carnegie’s “Company” a Musical, Visual Treat

You Are in Good “Company” at the Carnegie

Review by Doug Iden of Company: Carnegie Theatre

You’ll be in good Company when you attend the Stephen Sondheim musical which opens The Carnegie theater schedule. This is the first of Sondheim’s “concept musicals” so don’t expect a plot. The “concept” in this musical is relationships, or the lack thereof. The story, such as it . . . → Read More: You Are in Good “Company” at The Carnegie