Cincinnati Playhouse In the Park

Address: 962 Mount Adams Circle
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: 513-345-2242
Fax: 513-345-2250


Nestled on a hill and commanding a superb view of downtown Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park has been offering audiences the finest in professional theatre for more than 50 years. Nationally known for its excellence and commitment to new works and as an artistic home for America's best actors, directors and designers, the Playhouse always keeps its primary role at center stage — to serve the Tristate by producing the finest in classic and contemporary works: musicals, dramas, comedies and recent hits. Simply put, the Playhouse strives to celebrate the live theatrical experience in superlative fashion, in a setting that is second to none.

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  • Performance - Marie And Rosetta

    By George Brant Directed by Neil Pepe Celebrated for her fierce guitar playing and swinging gospel music, singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe became a veritable legend. Throughout the 1930s and '40s, Sister Rosetta performed gospel in the morning and swing music at the Cotton Clu...

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  • Performance - Be Here Now

    By Deborah Zoe Laufer Two lost souls come together under most unusual circumstances in this deeply insightful and charmingly funny world premiere. Surrounded by painfully cheerful co-workers, Bari is deeply cynical and woefully underemployed working at a small-town fulfillm...

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  • Performance - Million Dollar Quartet

    Book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux The electrifying Tony Award-winning musical Million Dollar Quartet brings you inside the recording studio to relive the evening of December 4, 1956. In an extraordinary twist of fate, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis...

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  • The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

    By Simon StephensAdapted from the novel by Mark HaddonDirected by Marcia Milgrom DodgeWinner of five Tony Awards, this Broadway smash hit puts you inside the brilliant mind of a boy who sees the world as most of us can only imagine. Fifteen-year-old Christopher is acutely se...

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