I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti will kick-off the Playhouse in the Park’s Thompson Shelterhouse season starting October 2. This play is based on Giulia Melucci’s bestselling memoir of the same name, and the production’s star, Antoinette LaVecchia, tells Rick Pender about doing this one-woman show that incorporates cooking and feeding the audience during the performances.
Two of Cincinnati’s chamber opera companies will stage productions in October, something they are calling OctOperFest. Anne Arenstein welcomes representatives from two of the participants: Dr. Jennifer Jolley, co-founder and artistic director of Nanoworks and tenor Shawn Mlynek, a co-founder and co-artistic director of Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, discuss their respective organizations and these upcoming performances.
Local photographer Emily Buddendeck has a new exhibit opening at theNVision shop and gallery in Northside that is part of this year’s Foto Focus city-wide celebration of photography and lens-based art. She joins Jane Durrell to preview the exhibit which opens on October 1.