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Photo Flash: First Look at Cincinnati Shakespeare's LITTLE WOMEN
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 9, 2015

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company continues its season with the much anticipated regional premiere of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" adapted for the stage by Emma Reeves. This production is directed by Cincinnati Shakespeare's Artistic Associate, Sara Clark and features Cincinnati Shakespeare's Resident Ensemble members Maggie Lou Rader, Annie Fitzpatrick, Kelly Mengelkoch, Caitlin McWethy and Courtney Lucien. The production is generously sponsored by LPK and the design is sponsored by Macy's, and Matson & Cuprill.

Photo Flash: First Look at Cincinnati Shakespeare's THE GREAT GATSBY
by BWW News Desk - Sep 4, 2014

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company officially opens their 2014-2015 season with the highly anticipated production of the Regional Premiere of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby' adapted for the stage by Simon Levy. This production is directed by Cincinnati Shakespeare's Producing Artistic Director, Brian Isaac Phillips and features Cincinnati Shakespeare's Resident Ensemble of actors including Jared Joplin, Justin McCombs, Sara Clark and Kelly Mengelkoch. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

Photo Flash: First Look at Cincinnati Shakespeare's HENRY IV: PARTS 1 & 2
by Diana Heisroth - Mar 28, 2014

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Cincinnati's stage for the classics, is proud to present William Shakespeare's 'Henry IV: Part 1 & 2', playing now through April 19, 2014. This production is directed by Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Producing Artistic Director Brian Isaac Phillips and features CSC Resident Ensemble Members Jim Hopkins, Justin McCombs and Matthew Lewis Johnson. Scroll down to check out some photos from the production!

Georgia Shakespeare Presents THE LEGEND OF THE SWORD IN THE STONE Thru 8/8
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2010

Georgia Shakespeare announces the Family Classics Series production, The Legend of the Sword in the Stone. The production is based on the work of T.H. White, adapted and directed by Tim Conley and Allen O'Reilly and featuring the 2010-2011 Will Power Ensemble. Shrew: the Musical, Love's Labour's Lost and King Lear continue to run in repertory through August 8.

Georgia Shakespeare Presents THE LEGEND OF THE SWORD IN THE STONE, 7/20-8/8
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2010

Georgia Shakespeare announces the Family Classics Series production, The Legend of the Sword in the Stone, opening Tuesday, July 20, 7pm curtain. The production is based on the work of T.H. White, adapted and directed by Tim Conley and Allen O'Reilly and featuring the 2010-2011 Will Power Ensemble. Shrew: the Musical, Love's Labour's Lost and King Lear continue to run in repertory through August 8.

Georgia Shakespeare Presents THE LEGEND OF THE SWORD IN THE STONE Thru 8/8
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jul 30, 2010

Georgia Shakespeare announces the Family Classics Series production, The Legend of the Sword in the Stone. The production is based on the work of T.H. White, adapted and directed by Tim Conley and Allen O'Reilly and featuring the 2010-2011 Will Power Ensemble. Shrew: the Musical, Love's Labour's Lost and King Lear continue to run in repertory through August 8.

Georgia Shakespeare Presents THE LEGEND OF THE SWORD IN THE STONE, 7/20-8/8
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2010

Georgia Shakespeare announces the Family Classics Series production, The Legend of the Sword in the Stone, opening Tuesday, July 20, 7pm curtain. The production is based on the work of T.H. White, adapted and directed by Tim Conley and Allen O'Reilly and featuring the 2010-2011 Will Power Ensemble. Shrew: the Musical, Love's Labour's Lost and King Lear continue to run in repertory through August 8.

Georgia Shakespeare Presents THE LEGEND OF THE SWORD IN THE STONE, 7/20-8/8
by Nicolas Coburn - Jul 15, 2010

Georgia Shakespeare announces the Family Classics Series production, The Legend of the Sword in the Stone, opening Tuesday, July 20, 7pm curtain. The production is based on the work of T.H. White, adapted and directed by Tim Conley and Allen O'Reilly and featuring the 2010-2011 Will Power Ensemble. Shrew: the Musical, Love's Labour's Lost and King Lear continue to run in repertory through August 8.

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