Local filmmaker's debut focuses on homeless youth.
Beneath the name on Cameron Kitchin’s new business card is one word: Director. But Kitchin sees himself more as a partner, ambassador…
The South Asian Theater Festival, which has roots in New Jersey and other outlets in Toronto and Washington, D.C., is already sold-out for…
"You don’t have to go to Chicago or somewhere else to see or experience improv.”
Like many Cincinnati-raised artists, Heather Britt has proven herself in a larger city—San Francisco—but boomeranged home to…
While every major American ballet company roots itself in the classics, Cincinnati Ballet is also committed to growing the repertoire.
Audiences want shows they know. Performers want to grow. Directors walk the tightrope.
A pickup truck is part of the cast in this musical theater, drawn from a small documentary film.
Cincinnati’s standup comics operate on their own calendar. In their community, this coming weekend is Christmas.
Center houses gallery, store, glass-blowing school and artist studios.
Two actors came to Cincinnati for roles and, several years later, have built careers here.
A new Walnut Hills film festival is largely by and about the people who will attend.
Matt Peiken is WCPO's Local A&E reporter. Before Cincinnati, he spent 10 years as an arts/features staff writer at St. Paul…
WCPO web editor and beer reporter, Jesse Folk gives you the latest news on what's brewing in Cincinnati.