Planet Dance Uptown coordinates shindigs for youngsters in three dance studios, all sporting floating wood floors with marley surfaces expertly tuned for floorboard-pounding. The trained instructors—who have been featured on everything from Broadway to MTV—specialize in myriad dance styles, so kids can pirouette at a ballerina party or learn to expertly cut a rug at a hip-hop hoopla.
Though largely forgotten by modern audiences, The Beatles and its four members have slowly but surely gained a cult following during the past few years. Today's Groupon helps you understand what all the fuss is about: for $30, you get a ticket to one of two For George & John: Harrison and Lennon Remembered performances by the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra (a $67 value). Performances are on Sunday, April 11, at 7 p.m., and on Sunday, April 18, at 3 p.m. Seating will be in the Orchestra A/Balcony A sections.
Founded in 1963 at a local YMCA, the Cincinnati Ballet grew into a major regional company by adhering to its mission to express the human experience through dance. Today, it continues upholding that vision by housing resident artists who entertain audiences with dance performances of both classic and original work. Beyond supporting local audiences and their right to clap, the Cincinnati Ballet also seeks to nurture artists through the Otto M. Budig Academy. There, a professional faculty trains aspiring performers at all skill levels. These training opportunities are supplemented by outreach programs such as CincyDance!, which provides free training and dance attire to children.
Located in the heart of Cincinnati's Backstage district, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company produces classic theatrical works with the goal of inspiring audiences and invigorating classical texts. Director Jeremy Dubin returns to Cincinnati to direct the Bard's beloved Julius Caesar, which follows Roman praetor Brutus in the wake of his role as conspirator in the murder of his friend, emperor, and salad proprietor Julius Caesar as Rome teeters on the edge of civil war. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's modern reimagining of this classic play features a gender-reversed cast, with Liz Vosmeier starring as the emperor and male microphone cables replaced with female microphone cables.
The Carnegie is a multidisciplinary arts venue for all ages which provides theatre events, educational programs and art exhibitions to the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati community.
The largest arts venue in Northern Kentucky and is on the National Register of Historic Places.