As of October 5, 2015 there are 6 epic titles left in our 2015-2016 subscription series! You can purchase a 6 pass subscription today that you can redeem anyway you’d like- see all 6 shows yourself, pick 3 shows and bring a friend, use all 6 in one night, etc. You use the passes, as
Tours are now booking for the 2015-2016 school year! Or you can join us for an educational matinee of our mainstage productions!
Everyone you know needs to support the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. What is the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company? We’re a company performing Shakespeare in Cincinnati. OK, you probably got that from the title, so let’s dig a little deeper…. Donate Now
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Awarded $25,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts Cincinnati Shakespeare Company was selected by Arts Midwest on behalf of the National Endowment for the Arts as one of 40 theater companies in the country to participate in their program Shakespeare in American Communities during the 2014-2015 school year! Minneapolis, MN, June
Due to Popular Demand, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Adds Performances of Critically Acclaimed Hit, “Private Lives”! After several sold out nights, Cincy Shakes has added Saturday matinees on June 21 & 28. GET TICKETS NOW CINCINNATI, June 14, 2014— Cincinnati Shakespeare has just announced added performances of their critically acclaimed hit production of Noel Coward’s’ “Private Lives”.
Next season, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company turns 21 and celebrates with a fantastic season full of literary masterpieces and Shakespeare classic! All single tickets and subscriptions are now on sale. SUBSCRIBE The Great Gatsby The Birds The Comedy of Errors Waiting for Godot Little Women The Taming of the Shrew Henry V One Man, Two Guvnors
Join us for Noel Coward’s PRIVATE LIVES GLBT Night at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company! Co-hosted by the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus Thursday, June 5 Pre-Show Reception 6:30pm Performance 7:30pm Below Zero After Party 9:30pm Noel Coward’s trademark wit sparkles in this stylish comedy about the fine line between love and loathing. Amanda and Elyot’s first marriage was so