Get a historical perspective on Cincinnati Shakespeare Company and the productions we’ve staged. Season Twenty The 39 Steps adapted by Patrick Barlow from the novel by John Buchan from the movie of Alfred Hitchcock Oliver Twist adapted by Neil Bartlett from the novel by Charles Dickens Of Mice and Men adapted from the novel by
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is a resident ensemble theatre company bringing Shakespeare and the Classics to life for audiences of all ages.
Foundation List These foundations have supported Cincinnati Shakespeare Company in the last 2 years. We thank each and every Foundation who has expressed belief in our mission. ArtsWave AK Steel Americana Arts Foundation Charles H. Dater Foundation, Inc. Chemed Corporation Foundation Crosset Family Fund Frisch’s Restaurants, Inc. GE Foundation Inform Research & Marketing General Electric
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The theatre dept. will make arrangements with campus police to suspend ticketing along University Drive, the 2 lots below the GSC and the overflow lot—at the O’Connor Sports Center, for the performances on Oct 27 and Oct 31-Nov3. The first weekend of the show is also Xavier’s Family Weekend, so ticketing on Fri & Sat
ADULT CLASSES: New Topics in Acting for Adults- Fall 2014 Register Now This new course will focus on a particular topic each week, allowing students to develop a deeper base of knowledge and experience in a variety of subjects! The topics that will be covered in this course include Movement for the Actor, Voice for
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company will become a world-class Shakespeare institution, serving as the arts destination for the region with a commitment to the artists, audiences, schools, and communities of Cincinnati. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is a professional theater company in the heart of downtown Cincinnati’s Backstage district. The Company produces classics, the great works, and the works
The 2014 Shakespeare in the Park tour is now playing! Click here for the 2014 schedule. Check out some photos of this season’s 2014 FREE Shakespeare in the Park performances:
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