The Band’s Visit
July 19 – July 24
With a score that seduces your soul and sweeps you off your feet, and featuring thrillingly talented onstage musicians, THE BAND’S VISIT rejoices in the way music makes us laugh, brings us joy, and ultimately, brings us together.
The Match Game
Steph has cancer, but that’s the least of her problems. Her estranged father, who may or may not have dementia, has come to live with her. Her suspicious mom, her gay brother and his sweet, young, and somewhat dim-witted boyfriend, her absent father, and her precocious daughter will all be in attendance at an ad hoc birthday party, complete with the set of a regional production of a Broadway musical. Can Steph navigate her family to get what she wants—or maybe more importantly—what she needs?
June 22 – Jul 31
Experience the grandest of all grand operas in this lavish production that evokes the opulence and splendor of Ancient Egypt. As war rages between enemy nations, a forbidden love burns brightly between Radamès, an Egyptian warrior, and Aida, his captive. But Aida’s keeping a secret of her own—she’s the daughter of the Ethiopian king and deeply devoted to her people. Will she betray Radamès to save her nation or risk everything to follow her heart? From its star-crossed lovers to its thunderous “Triumphal March”— featuring a 60-voice chorus—Aida is the very definition of epic and a passionate romance for the ages.
Morris and Friends
World-renowned bass and Cincinnati Opera Artistic Advisor Morris Robinson hosts and curates a special, one-night-only concert of opera, gospel, and musical theater. The concert performance features extraordinary guest soloists, including audience favorites Lawrence Brownlee, Jacqueline Echols, Russell Thomas, Will Liverman, Tichina Vaughn, a 48-voice HBCU Alumni Choir, and more, plus the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.