Aronoff Center


Local theater legend Pam Myers is currently on tour with a production of White Christmas that Broadway in Cincinnati is presenting at the Aronoff Center starting Tuesday, November 24.

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It's been 20 years since the Aronoff Center opened its doors. Since then it's generated more than $365 million in economic impact, according to a UC Economics Center study released Wednesday.

Though controversial at the time, supporters today say the fight to build the performing arts venue has proven to be a good move.

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Many credit it as a major catalyst for the revitalization of downtown, and most of us have a tough time picturing what Walnut Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets looked like before it opened its doors in 1995. The Aronoff Center for the Arts has served as home to several local arts organizations, and theatre-goers in the hundreds of thousands have enjoyed thousands of performances by local artists and touring Broadway companies there.

The 2015-16 season presented by the Cincinnati Arts Association also celebrates the 20th anniversary of the opening of the Aronoff Center.

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Terry Honebrink from Cincinnati Ballet stops by to talk about their exciting production of Mozart's Requiem, March 20 & 21 at the Aronoff Center for the Arts.

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.

Jim Stump welcomes in Genevieve Miller Holt, general manager of Broadway in Cincinnati, for a preview of the 2014-15 season of visiting Broadway productions, including Once, Elf the Musical, Lion King and more.