About Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s “History Cycle” Cincinnati Shakespeare’s production of Richard II was the beginning of an ambitious plan to present Shakespeare’s 8 play “history cycle” about the stories of the crown passed on through five kings and a century of history, dramatized by Shakespeare, a feat that has only been done one other time in
Job Description: Production Manager of the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company (Cincinnati, OH) The Role The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company seeks an experienced Production Manager to manage a team of design and production professionals to create world-class theatrical experiences for audiences of Cincinnati and the tri-state region. Each year the PM, along with his or her team, will
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is Grateful to its Corporate Sponsors of the 2015-2016 Season (as of 8/18/15) Production Sponsors (Alphabetical Order): Ensemble Sponsors (Alphabetical Order): History Cycle Sponsor: Costume Design Sponsors (Alphabetical Order): Properties Design Sponsors (alphabetical order): Matson Money Inc. Towne Properties Lighting Design Sponsor: Mercedes-Benz of Fort Mitchell Sound Design Sponsor: Matson & Cuprill Special thanks to
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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s longest running 8 year smash hit, Every Christmas Story Ever Told again has done it again! Before even opening this Sunday night, several performances have already SOLD OUT. To help meet this increasing demand, Cincinnati Shakespeare has added an additional performance of Every Christmas Story Ever Told on Saturday Dec. 21 at
Kent Rader Comedy Night Tickets and Information Showtime: Wednesday January 15, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Ticket Price: $20- All proceeds benefit Cincinnati Shakespeare Company If you love comedy but are tired of comedians using profanity as a punch line, you won’t want to miss Branson Comedy Festival winner, Kent Rader, on January 15, 2014 at