Local architects, engineers and designers spent March 11 building large sculptures made entirely of canned food. The 17th annual CANstruction raises money for — and awareness of — local hunger.
There is nothing comparable to a good laugh. Laughter is the best medicine, and can cure anything from heartbreak to an illness even if just temporarily. Few things help us forget about our complicated lives more than sitting in the audience of a show and just laughing. Colerain High School’s recent production of the classic black comedy “Arsenic and Old Lace” surely would have helped anyone laugh their troubles away.
"A teaspoon of arsenic, half a teaspoon of strychnine, and just a pinch of cyanide," isn't really a recipe one would expect most gentle old ladies to know by heart. This is certainly not the case for Abby and Martha Brewster, two of the kindest, most charitable old dears in Brooklyn. But looks can be misleading, especially in Colerain High School’s production of Joseph Kesselring's "Arsenic and Old Lace."
At one’s elderly aunts’ house, one wouldn’t expect to find a dead body on the windowsill or eleven more in the basement. Mortimer Brewster (Ryan Mulvaney) found just that when he went over to his aunts’ home to pick up his girlfriend, Elaine Harper (Sam McDaniel) in Colerain High School’s production of “Arsenic and Old Lace.”
Excerpts of Cappies reviews of Colerain High School's 'Arsenic & Old Lace'
Author Donna Labermeier wants her three-book series,The Healers Triology, to spread positive energy to teens, libraries, and schools everywhere. That’s why she is sponsoring a $25,000 teen reading contest.
If you didn't make it to the opening night kick-off on March 3, the art from Art of Food is on display at The Carnegie until March 15.
A look at the performers at the 2014 Macy's Music Festival in downtown Cincinnati.
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Since retiring from a 27-year career as an art director in charge of display design at Procter and Gamble, Jones is relishing the opportunity to pursue his art full time.
"Rain Man" put Cincinnati on Hollywood's radar. Today, it takes more than pretty hills and buildings to lure big-budget filmmakers.
Twenty-five years after its Oscar wins, see how local shooting locations from the film "Rain Man" look now.
Gallery space doesn’t come cheap, especially not in the core of downtown. That’s the key reason artists band together to develop co-ops such as 5th Street Gallery.
A shower of sparks shot up from the stage, crackling merrily. Such was Highlands High School’s production of 'You Can’t Take It With You,' a sparkle of good cheer in a world often too overcome by seriousness.
‘You Can’t Take It With You’ is an ensemble-based play in which a happy, quirky, diverse family challenges the traditional ideas of what a “good life” looks like. Often credited with being the template for modern day situational comedy, the play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart chronicles a romance between members of two extremely different families, addressing what it really means to live and love. Highlands High School showed itself off in this riotously funny and equally significant show.
‘How I Met Your Mother,' ‘Modern Family,' ‘Friends.' Families gather around the TV every night to watch sitcoms that showcase unusual characters in delightfully awkward situations. Highlands High School's production of ‘You Can't Take It With You' brought the quintessential concept of the situation comedy from the television to the stage.
Selected excerpts from Cappies critic reviews of Highlands High School's 'You Can't Take It With You'
Too many artists compete for too few gallery spaces in and around Cincinnati. That’s why Summerfair Cincinnati and the Emerging Artists Exhibition program are vital to student talent.
In this brisk minute of video, take a sneak peek at our four-part series exploring the creative process of Cincinnati's premier modern dance company, MamLuft & Company Dance.
WCPO arts reporter Matt Peiken unravels the mystery of modern dance in this four-part online video series, "Time Stands Still—the making of /SHIFT/. The series documents the creative process of Cincinnati's MamLuft & Company Dance in the leadup to their performances Feb. 21-22 at the Aronoff Center