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Back with a new Christmas album and tour, Lee Hay has a song from the new 98 Degrees album, Let it Snow

The duo known as Black Violin are classically trained musicians Wil B. and Kev Marcus who blend a wide variety of genres into a purely unique sound. 

The 2017-18 season from the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA) encompasses a diverse range of performances from modern dance to a Food Network star to a Beatles tribute. 

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Let it snow in August? Tickets for the 98 Degrees Christmas concert Dec. 15 at the Aronoff Center -- to promote their new "Let It Snow" Christmas album --  go on sale Friday, Aug. 18.

Frank Johnson shares details on the Educational Theatre Association's JumpStart Theatre Showcase, featuring performances from six local high schools. 

The announcement of the 2017-2018 season from Broadway in Cincinnati, with a hint at a popular show coming during the 2018-2019 season, has musical theatre fans excited. 

The 2016-17 Cincinnati Arts Association series presents five diverse productions on the stages at the Aronoff Center for the Arts

Behind The Scenes At The Cincinnati Opera

Jul 15, 2016

Prior to the Cincinnati Opera's season-ending performances of Puccini's Tosca, Rick Pender sits down for a conversation with Glenn Plott, their director of production. 

The 2016-17 Broadway in Cincinnati season has been announced, and it's a mix of fresh-from-New York productions (Something Rotten, Matilda the Musical, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical) and the return of classics like The Sound of Music and The Phantom of the Opera.

The Cincinnati Arts Association will present the acclaimed theatrical event A Night with Janis Joplin on April 13 at the Aronoff Center.

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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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Newlywed Rajiv Satyal – the “funny Indian” comic from Fairfield – won’t be performing his routines about dating anymore, so he’s giving away the video free on YouTube.

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