Laura Hobson

Laura Hobson Laura A. Hobson is a Cincinnati-based writer with her own writing company, Hobson Mosaic. She writes for several publications, including Cincy Magazine, aeqai (international online visual arts magazine), Gannett's Community Press, Hyde Park Living and Indian Hill Living. Previously, she has written for The Cincinnati Enquirer, WCPO.com, Business Courier, Music in Cincinnati, Diocese of Southern Ohio's Connections in addition to currently having several private clients.

With a degree in English from Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Hobson specializes in feature stories, particularly in the arts, although she has covered indepth stories about the glass ceiling in religion for women, profiles of public figures, such as Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, John Morris Russell, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Pops conductor and Nicholas Kristof, New York Times writer. She does prereviews of upcoming arts events, roundup of arts attractions and reviews of local productions.

Hobson belongs to the Society of Professional Journalists. In addition, she serves on the board of The Duveneck Society at the Cincinnati Art Museum. She is conversant in social media, with over 1,600 contacts in LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. In addition, she provides photography with her stories. More information is available on her LinkedIn profile. https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurahobson1/



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BWW Preview: 2017 - 2018 Season Preview at Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park Offers Strong ShowsBWW Preview: 2017 - 2018 Season Preview at Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park Offers Strong Shows
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BWW Review: HEAVIER THAN at Know Theatre Reflects Greek Mythology DarklyBWW Review: HEAVIER THAN at Know Theatre Reflects Greek Mythology Darkly
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BWW Review: THE TEMPEST At Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Brews A StormBWW Review: THE TEMPEST At Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Brews A Storm
April 30, 2017

For its final performances at 719 Race St., Cincinnati Shakespeare Company chose William Shakespeare's The Tempest, one of the last plays the playwright penned alone in 1610-11, Considered one of Shakespeare's greatest works. Leading the cast is founding company member Nicholas Rose as magician Prospero who has landed on an island with his young daughter Miranda for twelve years after being overthrown as the Duke of Milan. Interested in regaining his dukedom, Prospero orchestrates a shipwreck amidst a storm, which open the play.

BWW Preview: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Announces 2017 - 2018 Season in New LocationBWW Preview: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Announces 2017 - 2018 Season in New Location
April 18, 2017

Read about new 2017 - 2018 season of Cincinnati Shakespeare Company in a new location in Over-the-Rhine. Favorities from the bard and classics will be presented.

BWW Preview: 2017 - 2018 Season Preview at Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park Offers Strong ShowsBWW Preview: 2017 - 2018 Season Preview at Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park Offers Strong Shows
April 16, 2017

See previews of 2017-2018 season of Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park on BroadwayWorld.com.

BWW Review: HEAVIER THAN at Know Theatre Reflects Greek Mythology DarklyBWW Review: HEAVIER THAN at Know Theatre Reflects Greek Mythology Darkly
March 13, 2017

Go back in time to see a Greek version of the minotaur in the labryinth joined by Icacurus and a chorus of fates in the play Heavier Than ... by Stephen Yockey at the Know Theatre.