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An American Love Story

Apr 18, 2024
Russell Florence Jr.

Up next in the Shelterhouse: VIETGONE. An all-American love story about two very new Americans.

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The Multi-Generational Appeal of STEW: A Q&A with Director Stori Ayers

Mar 13, 2024
Russell Florence Jr.

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Bringing the Undead to Life

Jan 24, 2024
Tatiana Godfrey

Bringing the undead to life in a world premiere adaptation.

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Staging A Legend

Aug 11, 2023
Tatiana Godfrey

Spanning multiple genres and decades, the music of Johnny Cash embodies and reflects an American spirit that will be celebrated on stage. Director/Choreographer Marcia Milgrom Dodge sat down with us for an interview about our new production of Ring of Fire.

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Playhouse Connections To The Most-Produced Plays And Playwrights of the 2022-23 Season

Nov 8, 2022
Natalie Clare

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Joanie Schultz  Named Associate Artistic Director

Sep 16, 2021
Aly Gomez

We are pleased to announce that Joanie Schultz, a national arts leader and director of theatre and opera, will join the Playhouse as our new associate artistic director starting in late November!

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The Camera in the Theatre: Staging a Show for Film

Nov 2, 2020
Natalie Clare

We produced The Wind in the Willows designed specifically to adhere to pandemic-related protocols and to stream from home. Here’s how we did it.

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Feature Q&A with Cincinnati Artists in The Breath Project Festival

Oct 22, 2020
Natalie Clare

The Breath Project is hosting a free virtual festival, which will feature 24 world premiere works created by multidisciplinary theatre artists of color.

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A Whip-Smart Comedy of Conflict

Oct 8, 2019
Natalie Clare

Director Wendy C. Goldberg delivers her perspective on helming The Lifespan of a Fact in this feature Q&A.

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Rosa Guy and the Novel That Inspired ONCE ON THIS ISLAND

Sep 27, 2019
Gigi Relic

Caribbean-born writer Rosa Guy is best known for her young adult novels and the story that inspired Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty to create Once on This Island.

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Director's Notes by Wendy C. Goldberg

Sep 27, 2019
Natalie Clare

Playhouse Associate Artist Wendy C. Goldberg shares her artistic perspective of the Broadway comedy The Lifespan of a Fact.

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An Enchanting Musical Fairy Tale

Sep 5, 2019
Erica Reid

Director and Choreographer Robert Barry Fleming takes us behind the scenes of the joyous and uplifting, Tony Award-winning musical Once on This Island.

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Director's Notes by Timothy Douglas

Mar 1, 2019
Natalie Clare

Playhouse Associate Artist and Two Trains Running Director Timothy Douglas provides his notes on the significance of revisiting August Wilson's award-winning work.

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Meet Your Match: A Q&A With Director Eleanor Holdridge

Oct 2, 2018
Erica Reid

Director Eleanor Holdridge shares her artistic insight on Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, an imagined sequel to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.

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THE ROOMMATE: Director's Notes

Sep 14, 2018
Natalie Clare

In The Roommate, Sharon says, “Everybody just wants to burn it down and start over.” How many of us will take the risk of setting fire to what we know and reinventing ourselves?

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A Romantic Roller Coaster

Aug 31, 2017
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Playhouse Artistic Director Blake Robison took a few minutes before heading into rehearsals for Shakespeare in Love to discuss the fun of journeying back in time to Elizabethan London and of exploring the magic of first love.

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An Interview with Director Andel Sudik

Jun 20, 2017
Natalie Clare

Director Andel Sudik took a moment during the rehearsal process to discuss The Second City’s HOLIDAZED & CONFUSED REVUE.

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An Interview with OWEN MEANY Director Blake Robison

Jun 15, 2017
Natalie Clare

Learn what drew Artistic Director Blake Robison to direct A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY, and find out what he enjoys most about returning to John Irving's classic story for a brand new production.

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