Coming next to Ensemble Theater Cincinnati is a one-man, modern adaptation of Homer’s classic The Iliad, starring Bruce Cromer and directed by Michael Haney. These gentlemen join Rick Pender to talk about the regional premiere of An Iliad and their collaborative effort to bring this story to life for today’s audiences.
Maestro is the new documentary featuring a look at the life of a classical music conductor, former Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Music Director Paavo Järvi. Director David Donnelly joins Brian O’Donnell with an overview of the project and the ongoing Kickstarter campaign to finance the release of the film.
Andrew Hungerford, the new artistic director at Know Theatre of Cincinnati, joins Jim Stump to talk about the upcoming main stage productions, including a version of Moby Dick which he’s co-directing, as well as the Welcome Experiment, offering free tickets for their Wednesday night shows.
Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre is presenting Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers, the Olivier Award Winning musical, starting October 9 at the Parrish Auditorium on the Miami University-Hamilton campus. Robyn Carey-Allgeyer previews this production with the director, Ryan Heinrich, and actress Kateland Fox.
The Cincinnati Arts Association has announced their 2014-15 season that features everything from a Led Zeppelin tribute to food star Alton Brown to a night of tango and much more. Van Ackerman from the CAA talks about all the upcoming shows with our Rick Pender.