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Concluding 30 years of presenting quality community theatre, Showbiz Players will bow out with their third production of the acclaimed musical, The Civil War

The final production of the current Children's Theatre of Cincinnati season is Tarzan The Stage Musical, based on the Disney film with music by Phil Collins, opening April 1. 

Coming to the Marx Theatre stage at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is the funny, tuneful, yet slightly disturbed musical, Little Shop of Horrors

The Covedale Center for the Performing Arts is presenting a brand-new, original holiday production entitled The Nights Before Christmas, about the man behind the famous poem. 

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati’s first mainstage production of this season is a newly- commissioned musical version of the classic tale, Alice in Wonderland

The iconic 1960's rock musical Hair is the next production from The Footlighters in Northern Kentucky. 

It's a true story that started as a book, then a movie, and finally, a Broadway musical. Showbiz Players opens Catch Me If You Can on May 13 and our Jim Stump talks with the lead actors, Jeff Richardson and Robert Breslin.

Wrapping up Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati's 30th season is the return of the musical Violet, which premiered locally during ETC's 15th season in 1999 and is a rare repeat production.

The Broadway show American Idiot, based on the album of the same name by rock group Green Day, gets its first local production at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music starting March 3.

The holiday theater season would not be complete without a Joseph McDonough/David Kisor family musical at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati and this year it’s their take on Cinderella.

"Carousel" Coming To The Stage At CCM

Oct 23, 2015

The classic Rodgers & Hammerstein musical Carousel will be onstage at the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music from October 29 through November 1. 

Many younger audiences know her from the classic movie, White Christmas. But to millions, Rosemary 

Cincinnati’s Showbiz Players are bringing the musical theater version of the ominous, yet inadvertently hysterical, 1936 film Reefer Madness. Director Adam Drake tells our Jim Stump that the stage version is stylized, adult themed, satirical parody for our times.

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.

If you’re looking for a completely original idea for Valentine’s Day, a collaboration between The Carnegie and Cincy World Cinema may be the answer. Our film expert Larry Thomas previews the unique way they will present the 1944 film Cover Girl, starring Rita Hayworth and a young Gene Kelly, with Joshua Steele from The Carnegie. To supplement the less-than-stunning singing in the film, a chorus of local vocalists will do the singing live, synched to the film.

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