The hit Broadway musical Monty Python’s Spamalot is the next production from Cincinnati’s Showbiz Players. Opening May 30 at The Carnegie in Covington, our Jim Stump gets a preview from Producer-Direator Bunny Arszman and the actor taking on the Lady in the Lake role, Stacey Bausch.
Community Supported Art (CSA) has come to our region and one program that just kicked off is at The Carnegie in Covington. Jane Durrell talks with Matt Distel from The Carnegie to find out what exactly CSA is, who some of the local artists taking part are, and how the proceeds are distributed.
The annual movie awards season is pretty much over for another year. But once again, you still have a chance to see some of the nominated films that never make it to everyone. The annual gathering of the Oscar Nominated Short Subjects returns once again to Cincinnati World Cinema next weekend. These films are categorized by live action and animated, and in order to give more variety to the arrangement, Cincinnati World Cinema mixes them up and adds some bonus films that didn’t make the cut. The two separate programs are then scheduled twice each, so you have a chance to see them all at once or on different days.
It’s time again for The Carnegie’s popular Art of Food exhibit and gourmet event. David Delegator learns all about this unique combination of art that captures the eye and taste that captures the imagination from The Carnegie’s exhibitions director, Matt Distel. The opening night, February 28, will feature food from all the top chefs in the region and the accompanying art exhibit will remain open until March 16.
Cincinnati filmmaker Melissa Godoy and Cincinnati World Cinema’s Tim Swallow are in the studio with our film expert, Larry Thomas, to talk about the premiere of her short documentary, The Art Carvers of Music Hall, which will take place during the Cincinnati World Cinema’s annual presentation of this year’s Oscar-nominated short docs on Saturday, February 22 at The Carnegie.