May 19, 2013 by Mark
cincinnati residents who enjoy fabric arts have a chance to see some beautiful examples at an upcoming show at Gallery Veronique, located at 11324 Montgomery Road.
The show is entitled [Read more]
May 17, 2013 by Mark
Dance enthusiasts in Cincinnati, Ohio, are getting a chance to see Glen Este students’ efforts right now as they present an ‘Evening of Dance’ over the next few days.
As part of Glen Este Dance Company eleventh annual performance, dancers are [Read more]
May 1, 2013 by Sarah
Spring is finally here after a long, wet winter, and cincinnati, Ohio, residents are ready to welcoming the season by shopping at anderson Farmers Market.
The Market’s sixth season is scheduled to [Read more]
April 9, 2013 by James
The Broadway hit Sister Act is coming to the Procter and Gamble Hall, the largest theater at Aronoff Center for the Arts in Cincinnati, running from late April until mid-May.
The musical comedy has been an [Read more]
April 1, 2013 by Sarah
Plans to build housing on top of an urban garden have been changed. The Cincinnati City Council originally planned a housing development called ‘Citirama 2014’ that would have taken over two-thirds of the [Read more]
April 1, 2013 by James
People who went to see the film War Horse might be surprised to find that it started life as a stage play, which is running through April 7, 2013, at the Aronoff Center in Cincinnati. The play, which is presented in multimedia format, has Joey the horse at its center. Joey is the creation of Handspring Puppet Company, and is a full-size horse puppet that looks and moves like the real thing. Its performance is enhanced by overhead projections and long-established English songs.
The story concerns a horse sold to the cavalry for service in World War I, thus parting him from Albert, the boy who loves him. The play follows Joey as he moves from the British to the German lines, finally ending up in no-man’s-land. For the sake of anxious parents, it should be noted that Joey survives the play, though many of his human companions do not. He is finally reunited with Albert, who has enlisted in the Army to find him and bring him home.
The play is based on the 1982 children’s book War Horse by Michael Morpurgo and began when the National Theatre of Great Britain searched for a project it could collaborate on with the Handspring Puppet Company of South Africa. Originally scheduled for a 50-performance run, the show is now performed around the world.
War Horse goes on at 8pm Tuesdays to Saturdays, with a 6.30pm curtain on Sundays. There are also two matinees: 2 p.m. Saturdays and 1 p.m. Sundays.
It is common for theaters to work with poster printing services to create memorable art for display throughout the region.
March 7, 2013 by Mark
The world-famous Dead Sea Scrolls are only part of the treasures on display at the Cincinnati Museum Center through mid-April.
The exhibit, titled ‘Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times’, brings a [Read more]
March 6, 2013 by James
Pilot Chemical Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, is has spoken of its pleasure in being able to help support the U.S. luge team, which will be competing throughout the world for the next three years.
The competitions include practice for the [Read more]
March 6, 2013 by Sarah
Humans are going to put their parenting skills to the test soon—on a baby gorilla.
A zoo in South Texas is going to [Read more]
March 4, 2013 by Mark
The 23rd Annual International Wine Festival will take place in Cincinnati later this week, giving attendees the chance to celebrate the finest vintages that vintners in the area have to offer, along with scrumptious food. The event is billed as one of the [Read more]