March 2015

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March 2015

Conference & Stage Expo

...And We’re Back!

Cincinnati Ballet will be presenting Mozart Requiem at the Arnoff Center March 20 and 21.

Photo/Courtesy Cincinnati Ballet

Kathie Brookfield Cincinnati Promotions

The opening of the Cincinnati 2015 Annual Conference & Stage Expo is very soon, but there is still time to pre-register – or even register on site.

Pack for early spring weather: low to mid 30s at night and daytime highs in the 40s to 50s.

There’s lots to do in Cincinnati during any free time. Several theatres have productions running while the conference is town. Check the links provided for performance days and times, and ticket ordering information.

Peter and the Star Catcher runs Tuesday through Sunday at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park located in Mt. Adams, Eden Park. Detriot ’67 will be running at Ensemble Theatre in Over the Rhine. Little Women will be in its final week at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. Late Night Improv is at the Know Theatre on March 17.

The Cincinnati Ballet is presenting two programs at the Aronoff Center: March 20 to 21 is Mozart Requim and March 22, Toy Box.

There are several art museums in downtown Cincinnati and Eden Park. The Cincinnati Art Museum in Eden Park has a fashion exhibit, “The Total Look: The Creative Collaboration Between Rudi Gernreich, Peggy Moffit and William Claxton.”

The Taft Museum has two special exhibits, as well as being an excellent example of Federal architecture in Palladian style, built in 1820. “Wild West to Gilded Age: American Treasures from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art” and “An Eye for the West: Paintings and Sculptures from Local Collections.”

The Contemporary Arts Center is just a few blocks from the Duke Energy Convention Center. Two exhibits that will close on March 22 are, “Based on a True Story” and “Unmade.”

Everybody needs to eat. Check out some of Cincinnati’s hometown food specialties - Skyline Chili and Graeter’s Ice Cream. Use the Urbanspoon app to find more culinary delights in downtown Cincinnati or get a taste of local favorites at the concessions in the convention center.

Use the USITT app ( to stay up to date on any Conference changes.

See you soon!