The Cincinnati Fringe Festival celebrates it's 12th anniversary this year and runs May 26 through June 6. Produced by Know Theatre of Cincinnati, the Festival offers more than 200 performances of 40-plus productions, and offers you the opportunity to experience artists who are willing to take risks and push the boundaries of what's considered the norm.
The Carnegie in Covington is the largest and only multidisciplinary arts venue in Northern Kentucky, with The Carnegie Galleries, the Eva G. Farris Education Center and the Otto M. Budig Theatre housed together in a beautiful and historic building.
The 11th Annual Cincinnati Fringe Festival kicks off on May 27 with 160 performances of 36 unique productions at 10 different venues in Over the Rhine. Joining Jim Stump for a preview is outgoing Fringe producer Eric Vosmeier.
Local sculptor Edward Casagrande and musician/composer Mark Macomber have teamed together for a unique artistic theatrical presentation entitled The Humanity Machine - Harvesting the Moment which will be performed at the Anderson Center Theater from November 16-26. As they explain to our Jane Durrell, it’s a merging of live music and art to tell “a small tale of a large love.”