Incoming Artistic Director Blake Robison today announced his first season at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, which includes a variety of thrilling dramas, hilarious comedies and a mesmerizing musical to move, inspire, challenge and entertain Cincinnati.
Some of the highlights of the 2012-2013 season include: THE THREE MUSEKEETERS, SHIPWRECKED, the world premieres of ABIGAIL/1702 and LEVELING UP by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Deborah Zoe Laufer, BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS, THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL, Hank Williams: LOST, and Daniel Beaty’s THROUGH THE NIGHT.
According to Playhouse incoming Artistic Director Blake Robison, “It is an honor and a privilege to take the reins as The Playhouse’s new artistic director. To me, there is so much to celebrate here at The Playhouse — from the tremendous legacy of Ed Stern to the unlimited possibilities before us. What excites me most about joining The Playhouse family is the vibrant role that this theatre plays within the region. The doors to The Playhouse are wide open, and we aim to invite as many people as possible inside.”
Subscriptions to the 2012-13 Playhouse season are available now in a variety of packages. Subscribe by April 30 for the lowest prices of the season. Prices range from $135 for the popular preview performances to $345 for the five-show Robert S. Marx Season, $135 to $353 for the five Thompson Shelterhouse shows and $270 to $628 for the full 10-show combination series package. The popular Build Your Own subscription package allows patrons to create their own season of four to nine shows in either theatre, with prices ranging from $118 to $576 depending on the performance and number of shows selected. Subscription prices increase May 1.