Theatre Camps to Explore a Summer of Stories

January 22, 2018
Natalie Hulla
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The Playhouse invites students entering grades one through 12 to dive in to the worlds of children's literature while learning theatre arts and important developmental skills.

It's All Connected

January 19, 2018
Natalie Hulla
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Two lost souls somehow come together under the most unusual circumstances in this funny, charming and insightful world premiere.

Million Dollar Magic

January 16, 2018
Christa Skiles
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Making his Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park directing debut with the show, Hunter Foster brings with him the experience of having worked on no fewer than eight previous productions of Million Dollar Quartet.

Bringing Imagination to Life

January 11, 2018
Natalie Hulla
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The Playhouse goes off the hill again this January with Pinocchio, the much-loved tale about a wooden puppet who’s full of child-like whimsy.

A Word from the Spotlight

December 20, 2017
Natalie Hulla
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Bruce Cromer takes a moment to share his thoughts on the impact of live theatre.

Rock 'n' Roll Heaven

December 15, 2017
Christa Skiles
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On Dec. 4, 1956, in a small storefront recording studio in Memphis, Tennessee, pop culture history was made as four singular musicians assembled for an impromptu jam session of epic proportions.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL: Fast Facts

December 15, 2017
Natalie Hulla
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Called “the second greatest Christmas story ever told,” Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol has endured generations of faithful audiences since its publication in 1843. It has proven to be a timeless work of art that’s fostered much scholarly research.

Hollywood: The Films that Made the Marx Brothers Legends

December 12, 2017
Natalie Hulla
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The Depression weighed heavily on Broadway. Across the country, however, the motion picture industry was taking off. Hollywood quickly became the new home to actors, writers, directors, composers and everyone in between — including the Marx Brothers.

Broadway: The Stages that Made the Marx Brothers Famous

December 5, 2017
Natalie Hulla
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By the 1920s, the Marx Brothers had run the gamut of vaudeville success and failure. Yet the world of theatre was on the cusp of change. New York City had become a bustling theatre town that would soon launch them into stardom.

Bruce Cromer on Making A CHRISTMAS CAROL Sing

November 22, 2017
Natalie Hulla
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Bruce Cromer reflects on playing Ebenezer Scrooge and on what he enjoys most about A Christmas Carol.

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