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The largest theater in downtown's Aronoff Center for the Arts, Procter & Gamble Hall seats over 2700. A great place to see the most up-and-coming Broadway (RENT, Movin' Out, Smokey Joe's Cafe) or touring company production to perform in Cincinnati.The ceiling is studded with over 3.000 fiber optic lenses which is a breathtaking sight. The hall also has a state-of-the-art sound system, classic design, and comfortable seating.
McAuley High School Hall is a venue that is home to the The Greater Cincinnati Performing Arts Society or the GCPAS. This stage hosts variety of events organized by GCPAS and is always abuzz with activities and functions. Concerts, workshops and similar other events are a regular feature here. For more details and event updates, call ahead.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
For a change of scene from the regular downtown nightlife, head north to the Go Bananas comedy club. This fun-filled club opens its door almost every day to some of the best national comedians. Be prepared for a side-splitting trail that will remain constant throughout these acts. In the past, noted artists like Bill Burr, Tony Woods and Troy Baxley have repeatedly performed here. So if you have missed an act of your favorite artists, chances are, he or she will be back soon. It is a perfect place to unwind with your friends; and for a comedy club, the bartenders at Go Bananas mix and serve pretty mean martinis and cocktails. Don't fret if it's not up to your liking. You can always walk to the next door McLevy's Pub, where most of the comedians hangout after their show. Call in advance or go online for your tickets as these tend to sell out quickly.
Located on the campus of Xavier University, the multi-use Cintas Center includes an arena, conference center, banquet center, and student dining center. Seating over 10,000, the arena is home to Xavier's volleyball and basketball teams, and hosts other sporting events, concerts, theater performances, and graduations. The conference and banquet centers are used for a range of events including meetings, trade shows, seminars, receptions, dances, and other special events.
Located in the University of Cincinnati's Shoemaker Center, the Fifth Third Arena is home to the University's basketball and volleyball teams. Seating for over 13,000, the arena includes 16 private suites and a restaurant and lounge overlooking the court. The Fifth Third Arena has hosted numerous tournaments including Conference USA Men's Basketball Tournament, Conference USA Volleyball Tournament, and NCAA Women's Basketball Regionals.
Built in 1920, Withrow High School Stadiums is having one of the most picturesque atmospheres around. Come and enjoy a football game in this historical sports venue.
Famed as a drama and musical theater, the Patricia Corbett Theater of the College Conservatory of Music Cincinnati University is primarily known for delivering quality opera, solo recitals and ballet performances, that is sure to keep you entertained. The 380 seat auditorium provides students of CCM and others with the best in art and culture. Check out the website or call ahead for a complete list of events and activities.
Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park is a professional theater that has been producing plays for diverse audiences for the last 45 years. The theater is well acclaimed and has been awarded the Tony in 2004 and 2007. The acts include classics, contemporary, musicals, dramas, comedies and hits. Many actors that have performed here have gone on to become film and television stars. The young are always invited to the performances here. The theater also offers acting classes, internships, summer camps and student programs.
A huge part of Cincinnati's transportation history, The Cincinnati Museum at Union Terminal recounts the significance of this historical building. Built in the Art Deco style, this station was one of the last stations of its size ever built. Since opening in 1933, the station has been transformed over the years and now houses a museum.
After a satisfying meal at Cincy By The Slice, walk upstairs for a soothing live music experience. Replacing the happening live music club Overflow, 1207 carries on the tradition of hosting the performances of indie artists and bands on stage. Open from Thursday to Saturday, one can relax in a cozy, dimly-lit ambiance and listen to the upcoming local and national talents. And that's not all, as libations of all kind are served at 1207 to keep everyone in high spirits. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati, an intimate theater, provides a less expensive alternative to the well-known Broadway plays and musicals in downtown. The theater specializes in new, unique plays that have not yet made it to Broadway. You won't find Cats or Les Miserables here, but you will find strong stories showcasing excellent talent. Seating arrangement is such that every seat gives a clear view of the stage. The theater has plenty of parking space.