Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

The new Cincinnati Shakespeare Company theatre is finished and ready to present its first production. 

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A 17th century collection of William Shakespeare's original works is the centerpiece of a new exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center.

To commemorate the opening of the new Cincinnati Shakespeare Company theatre, they are teaming with the Cincinnati Museum Center to present a temporary exhibit featuring a First Folio, one of 234 original published copies of Shakespeare's works. 

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The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's new $17 million theater in Over-the-Rhine is ready for its debut.

Another Summer Of Free Shakespeare In The Park

Jul 7, 2017

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is ready to kick off its 11th season of free Shakespeare in the Park productions all around our community. 

The next production at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is the Tony Award-winning The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance. 

The 10th Summer Of Free Shakespeare In The Park

Jul 29, 2016

This summer is the 10th year for Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's presentation of free productions in area parks. 

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, as part of the Shakespeare Theatre Association's Legacy 400 Celebration, is currently presenting Julius Caesar and will follow that with Antony and Cleopatra.

Staging one of Shakespeare's plays involves more than just the challenging dialog and fight choreography. Depending on the adaptation, period costumes are a big part of the audience's experience.

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From new amenities to improved access, many arts venues around town are getting major makeovers. Starting in June, Music Hall will be closed for the most detailed renovation in its nearly 140-year history. Memorial Hall closed last May and is currently under renovation. Over-the-Rhine is also getting a new theater on the corner of 12th and Elm streets.

Jane Austen’s beloved Emma is coming to the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company stage starting February 26.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company takes a brief holiday pause from the traditional classical fare they present to bring a bit hilarity to the stage with Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some), opening December 16.

Actor Jeremy Dubin joins our Rick Pender to talk about taking on the iconic role of Cyrano de Bergerac in Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s current production, running through October 3.

Sara Clark, the artistic associate director at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, joins our Jim Stump with a preview of the theater’s Shakespeare in the Park productions starting in August and the 2015-16 mainstage season.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company continues the rarely done eight play History Cycle (Shakespeare plays about kings in chronological order, done only one other time in the US) with the classic Henry V. Justin McCombs, who takes on this iconic role, joins Jim Stump to talk about the cycle and his interpretation of this larger-than-life character.

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