Please Note: Our Mt. Adams location is temporarily closed due to construction. All productions in the fall will be performed in off-site venues around the city.
The Box Office and Administrative Offices have been moved off-site. Our mailing address has not changed. Thank you for your patience and support! Learn more.
If you are interested in making a gift to the campaign to build the new mainstage theatre or have any questions, please contact Bethany Doverspike, Director of Development at 513‑977‑2081 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
An aerial view of the new facility looking north
View of the Mainstage Theatre Complex from the parking lot.
View from the stage of Moe & Jack's Place — The Rouse Theatre.
An aerial view of the new facility.
A back aerial view of the new facility.
The new lobby, featuring Al's Bar — named for Margaret and Albert Vontz III, long-time supporters of the Playhouse.
View from the drive of the new Mainstage Theatre Complex.
The new staircase leading up to the Playhouse from Mt. Adams Drive.
An audience view of Moe & Jack's Place — The Rouse Theatre.
A gift from you is a gift for Cincinnati and everyone who loves the Playhouse. Please support this transformational project today!DONATE
Scott Bakula, Estelle Parsons, Gary Sandy, Kathleen Turner, Henry Winkler and more! Whether they got their start at the Playhouse or their fame brought them to Mt. Adams, these stellar performers have all graced our stage and remember it fondly.
Hear directly from these stars about their time here and their excitement for our new Mainstage Theatre Complex.Watch
“The Playhouse is a national treasure right here in Cincinnati. We are so pleased to play our part in securing its future for generations to come.” — Digi Schueler
“Digi and I hope our gift inspires others to join us in helping deliver this project to the community" — Mike Scheuler
“I’ve always enjoyed seeing the performances that resulted from our sponsorships of new, compelling work found and produced by the talented artistic producing directors of the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. We look forward to seeing them for many more years.” — Richard Rosenthal