Virtual Camp

We are unable to provide summer camp classes onsite this year, but we’re excited to offer a FREE series of virtual camp videos for you and your family! Take acting, musical theatre, movement and design classes led by Playhouse teaching artists from the comfort of your home.

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Our Commitment

Our theatre is a community gathering place where we seek to illuminate the human experience. We celebrate differences and lift up our shared humanity. The Playhouse recognizes the injustices and inequities that underpin our city and our nation. We stand with the Black community and communities of color, and with the diverse artists who make art in our city. Black Lives Matter.

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COVID-19 Updates

The remainder of the 2019-20 season has been cancelled, as well as our annual summer camp. Two productions have been moved to next season. Please visit our Health & Safety page for more information and ticket holder options.

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Love theatre? Browse these stories about our favorite art form and how it's made! Topics include actors, costumes, set and props, playwrights, directors, music, beyond the stage and about the Playhouse.

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Monologues of Hope

In the wake of current events, we've commissioned local playwrights to write monologues on the theme of hope. Each will be performed on video by a local actor. Enjoy the first two installments, and stay tuned for more!

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The Tony Awards

The Playhouse is the proud recipient of the 2004 Regional Theatre Tony Award and the 2007 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical for our production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s musical, Company. Learn more about the Playhouse's Tony Award-winning history!

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Art at Home

We believe art has the ability to keep us connected and spread joy, even in the midst of uncertainty. So we've gathered a list of suggestions for how you can continue experiencing art, from home. We’ll continue to update the page with fun and inspiring ways to keep the arts in your life!

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A New Stage

Directing the Future
We're building a new, state-of-the-art Mainstage Theatre Complex, featuring Moe & Jack's Place — The Rouse Theatre, set to open Fall 2022. Learn more about this exciting project and how you can get involved today!

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Gift an Experience

Support the arts during this unusual time by gifting a future experience to your loved one. Gift certificates are available in any amount and can be used for tickets, subscriptions, parking and more.

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Make An Impact

As a non-profit organization, ticket sales do not cover the costs of our productions and mission-driven work. Generous donations from people like you help build sets, purchase props, bring top talent to Cincinnati, and bring theatre to kids and community centers across the Tristate.

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Teacher Resources

Each year, the Playhouse connects students and their families with the power of live theatre. Browse this section to learn more about the programs we offer for schools. We're looking to the future, and making plans for the next school year — join us!

EDUCATION

Plan Ahead

We're excited to share our upcoming season lineup with you — from much-loved music to Cincinnati tales and Playhouse premieres, this is a season full of amazing stories and masterful performances you won't want to miss.

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Welcome to the Playhouse

Here's a handy newcomer’s guide to help you navigate your first trip here!

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It's More Fun in a Group

We offer exclusive, customizable group ticket offers for all types of theatregoers. Find out how you can save.

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Leading Ladies

Join Leading Ladies! You'll get a backstage pass to exclusive and exciting "girls' night out" events; meet incredible professionals in the theatre; and help sponsor a mainstage production!

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College Students Save Big

You don’t need to hop a Megabus to New York to experience some of the very best of American theatre at seriously affordable prices.

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Photo of the cast of A Christmas Carol by Mikki Schaffner. Promotional photos by Tony Arrasmith/Arrasmith & Associates.