Summer Camps

  Shakespeare Summer Camp is a one-week theater day camp for middle school and high school students who want to learn more about the art of theatre. REGISTER NOW! 2017 Dates: June 5-9, 2017- Camp 1 for students who have completed grades 6 or 7 June 12-16, 2017- Camp 2 for students who have completed grades […]

Acting Classes

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company offers a variety of educational experiences for all ages taught by CSC Resident Actors including our prestigious Groundlings and Groundlings Junior programs. Class takes place at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s current theater, 719 Race St. Adult Classes Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is excited to announce these NEW programs for adults taught by members of […]


Each school year for PROJECT38, CSC collaborates with 38 different area schools, giving each school one of the 38 plays in Shakespeare’s canon. The program culminates in the PROJECT38 Festival at the end of the school year. a multi-day celebration in which all the students will gather, and share what they’ve created with each other, […]

At the Theater

2017-2018 Educational Matinees Attend a 10am performance of a CSC Main Stage show and engage in a post-performance discussion with the cast! How to Reserve Seats: Email Jeanna or call 513.381.2273 x.3202 with the number of students and chaperone tickets required and your 1st and 2nd choice of dates. All shows at 10am unless noted. All tickets are $12 […]


Jealousy kills.   Although a Moor and an outsider in Venice, Othello’s military prowess has earned him the respect of many—and the seething animosity of one. Othello’s long-time underling Iago is resentful of the Moor’s success, and when Othello elopes with a Venetian’s daughter, Iago sets in motion a devious plot to exact revenge. With […]

Noises Off!

By Michael Frayn Noises off. Pants off. All bets are off. The drama onstage is nothing compared the drama backstage in Michael Frayn’s hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce about putting on a hysterical, fast-paced British sex farce. Lines, props, and pants are dropped in equal proportion as the bedraggled cast struggles valiantly to keep their […]

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

By Tennessee Williams The Family that Preys Together… It is ‘Big Daddy’ Pollitt’s 65th birthday, and the rumors of his declining health have his predatory family on the prowl. As all scheme to secure the largest piece of his vast estate, relationships are tested, lies are exposed, and long-buried secrets at last come to light. […]

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

By Todd Kreidler Based on the screenplay “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” By William Rose You’re Invited to a Black & White Affair Old-line, self-proclaimed liberals Matt and Christina Drayton must come to grips with their buried prejudices when their daughter Joanna returns home with a new fiancé: African-American doctor John Prentice. Based on the […]

Every Christmas Story Ever Told

By Michael Carleton, James FitzGerald and John K. Alvarez A fresh take on a classic tale. Well, several dozen classic tales. CSC’s holiday smash hit is back—bigger and better than ever! What begins as a traditional production of A Christmas Carol soon devolves into a slightly irreverent, but undeniably adoring look at all our pop […]

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

By Laura Eason Adapted from the novel by Mark Twain Who’s Up for a Little Tom-Foolery Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, Aunt Polly, Sid, Becky Thatcher—the whole gang is together in Mark Twain’s iconic piece of Americana. Set in the small, fictional town of St. Petersburg, Missouri, during the mid-1800s, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer offers […]