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Diogenes to Cook Up Some Laughs with “Relatively Speaking”

Sneak Peak by Prabir Das of Relatively Speaking: Diogenes Theatre Company   Diogenes Theatre Company opens its 2015-16 season with Alan Ayckbourn’s comedic masterpiece Relatively Speaking at the Aronoff Center’s Fifth Third Black Box Theater, November 11 through November 22, 2015. Following the terrific success of a full blown 2014-15 debut...

Falcon Tackles the Unexplainable in “The Mystery Plays”

Sneak Peak of The Mystery Plays: Falcon Theatre Mystery. Coincidence. Belief without understanding. These are some of the concepts explored in The Mystery Plays, which opens Nov. 6 at Falcon Theatre in Newport. Six actors play more than 20 characters in the two interconnected one-acts, written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa...

CCM Approaches “Carousel” with Joy

Sneak Peak by Teddy Gumbleton of Carousel: CCM Musical Theatre Since it first opened on Broadway in April of 1945, the musical Carousel, with music by Richard Rodgers and lyric and book by Oscar Hammerstein, has been widely regarded as a masterpiece. Carousel tells the story of Billy Bigelow,...

NKU’s “A Winter’s Tale” Focuses on Magic and Imagination

Sneak Peak by Grace Eichler of A Winter’s Tale: Northern Kentucky University Northern Kentucky University’s season continues this week with William Shakespeare’s comedy The Winter’s Tale. Set in two worlds of Bohemia and Sicilia, director Corrie Danieley is capitalizing on the fairy tale nature of the show: kings, queens,...

Know Theatre Goes Out of the Box with “Andy’s House of [Blank]”

Sneak Peak by Erica Minton of Andy’s House of [Blank]: Sneak Peak An Interview with Co-Creator Paul Strickland Without spoiling the story, how would you describe Andy’s House of [Blank]? There’s a fellow with an oddities house. People bring him stuff, and he goes and finds stuff that is...

INSIDE HIS HEAD: Meet Willy Loman and Bruce Cromer

Sneak Peak  by Elizabeth Eichler of Death of a Salesman: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Willy Loman is a road warrior, a traveling salesman, eking out a living, with a wife, two kids, and all that went with it in the 1940s. He spends his days, and some nights scouring New...