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REVIEW: Low Down Dirty Blues

I can’t tell you the last time I had this much fun.  LOW DOWN DIRTY BLUES is low down, its dirty (but not blue), and there are some amazing blues tunes performed.   266 more words


REVIEW: Mad River Rising

There’s something fascinating about watching a veteran actor practice his craft.  In MAD RIVER RISING, Robert Hogan gets to deliver some great one-liners.  His timing is rich and his cantankerous take on the character of “Angus Stewart” is a treat. 259 more words


Monthly Matinee - October 2015

I’m definitely behind this month one but I wanted to spotlight some of the great shows opening in October in the Greater Cincinnati area.

First, … 544 more words


21 Days to Becoming a Happier Person--Day 3

It’s been a long day for Cincinnati Reds fans, and it isn’t even over yet. On the third day of my journey to becoming a happier person, I am thankful for a lot of things that are unique to the greater Cincinnati area. 237 more words


FRINGE REVIEW: Cincinnati King

KJ Sanchez’s CINCINNATI KING is now in the second draft phase or so – and the folks at Washington Park were treated to a staged reading by some of the finest actors in Cincinnati. 139 more words

Playhouse In The Park

David Pepper was supposed to win. Not Mark Mallory.

I like David Pepper.  He’s been nice to me.

In 2004, Ed Stern (then-artistic-director), let me use Playhouse in the Park on 6 Monday nights for a series called Alteractive Speaks.   497 more words

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REVIEW: Circle Mirror Transformation

I’ve never taken an acting class, but I have a feeling several of the folks in the opening night audience of CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION have.  I know that several theatre educators were in attendance and watching them throughout the performance was an enjoyable bonus to this terrific production. 351 more words