Cincy Shakes Opens Season with Compelling “King Lear”

Jim Hopkins as Lear commands the stage.  He is physically a big man with a shock of white hair but it is his bluster, ranting, raving, and railing that dominates the space. Hopkins, essentially, plays multiple characters ranging from the narcissistic egomaniac at the start to the doddering fool...

Maggie Lou Rader Soars in Human Race’s “Grounded”

This story, told by a masterful actress, is definitely worth seeing by military personnel or civilians alike,  if you have or have never thought about who flies a drone to deliver the Hellfire missiles, or if it is something that haunts you. ...

HAMILTON at Aronoff Provides Extra Bits of Magic

HAMILTON is undoubtedly a masterpiece. The fast paced score sweeps you away and the energy is undeniable. If you have seen it live, if you have seen it on TV, or even if you’ve never heard of it, you need to get into the room where it happens....

HAMILTON Storms the Stage at the Aronoff

This is Burr’s show this time. Understudy Bryson Bruce delivers powerfully from the first moment to the end. His electric current is transmitted into the audience and by “Rise Up” you know you’re seeing a star. ...

You’re Invited to the LCT Annual Meeting!

Mark your calendars for the LCT Annual Meeting on Monday September 12 from 6 to 7 pm, open to current organizational representatives and (for the first time) those interested in individual membership. The LCT Annual Meeting is for organizational representatives, individual artists, and Cincinnati theatre supporters. “We will be...