CINCINNATI -- The stories of Helen Keller, 1930s Berlin and frontier romance are some of the productions coming to West Side theater this year.
Cincinnati Landmark Productions unveiled the slate of shows for its two theaters this weekend, including "The Miracle Worker," "Cabaret" and Oklahoma!".
The lineup for the Covedale Center for the Performing Arts on Glenway Avenue includes:
Subscriptions are $120 for all five shows. Current subscribers can renew their seats through June 23; tickets to single shows go on sale July 24.
The Warsaw Federal Incline Theater, in its second full year in East Price Hill's Incline District, will have:
Subscriptions are $69 for all three shows. Current subscribers can renew through June 23; tickets to single shows go on sale July 24.
Cincinnati Landmark Productions also is adding an extra show to its Summer Classics Season next year, going from three to four productions at the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater. It comes as the theater group cuts one production each at the Covedale and Incline District theaters during their regular seasons.
Tim Perrino, executive artistic director, said the shift helps Cincinnati Landmark Productions streamline its work and grow.
"Most importantly, this allows us to truly offer year-round, affordable, locally-produced entertainment for our base audience," Perrino said.
This year's Summer Classics lineup includes:
All 45 performances during the debut 2015 Summer Classics Season were sold out.