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Holidays Downtown

21c Museum Hotel
609 Walnut St.           (513) 578 – 6600
Museum admission FREE and open 24 hours, seven days a week.

      Thanksgiving Dinner at Metropole
      Nov. 22

      Repeal Day
      Dec. 5

      Drag Brunch: Sugar Plum Fairies
      Dec. 16
      Happy Holidays Sugar Plum! Will you be naughty, nice, or a lot of both for our seasonally-inspired drag     
      brunch? Join us as your favorite queen Jessica Dimon emcees the best show in town to jingle your bells. Price
      is $35 per person; includes a family-style brunch and a welcome mimosa. Daring and divine costumes   

      Christmas Eve Dinner at Metropole
      Dec. 24

      Truth or Dare: A Reality Show                                                         
                                                                        Through July 2019

American Legacy Tours      (859) 951 – 8560

Christmas Saengerfest
Nov. 30 & Dec. 1
See award winning choirs and visit six great venues in Over-The-Rhine.

Aronoff Center for the Arts
650 Walnut St.         (513) 621 – 2787

               Modigliani Quartet                                                                                                                                                       Nov. 20
               Formed in 2003, the Modigliani Quartet performs regularly at the world’s top chamber music                                   venues.

               98° at Christmas
               Nov. 24
               The quartet will returns with the group’s signature R&B-tinged, four-part harmonies for beloved                               standards  like Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas, Let It Snow!, and Please Come Home                                 For Christmas’

               An Unforgettable Nat King Cole Christmas Starring Evan Tyrone Martin                                                            Dec. 5, 6, & 7
               Warm up your holiday season with Chicago sensation Evan Tyrone Martin as he warmly                                         resonates the velvety vocal style of musical legend Nat King Cole. 

The Banks
Freedom Way

               SkyStar Observation Wheel
               Through June 2019
               In celebration of its 10th Anniversary, The Banks welcomes SkyStar, North America’s largest portable                     observation wheel.

The Betts House
416 Clark Street, Over-the-Rhine  (513) 651 – 0734

Broadway in Cincinnati
Aronoff Center for the Arts, 650 Walnut St.        (513) 241 – 2345

  The Play That Goes Wrong 
  Nov. 27- Dec. 2
  What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d         get The Play That Goes Wrong, Broadway and London’s award-winning smash comedy! 

  Dec. 11-23
  RENT follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams without      selling out. With its inspiring message of joy and hope in the face of fear, this timeless celebration of          friendship and creativity reminds us to measure our lives with the only thing that truly matters—love.

Carol Ann’s Carousel
Smale Riverfront Park, 8 W Mehring Way        (513) 357-2621

Kids Bingo Day

Artic Blast
Nov. 23-24
Enjoy winter themed crafts, giveaways, and special token deals.

Dec. 21-23
Santa’s coming to Carol Ann’s Carousel for holiday fun and enjoy holiday and winter crafts all weekend. 

The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati
The Taft Theatre, Fifth and Sycamore Streets              (513) 569 – 8080 ext. 10

Santa Claus: The Musical
Dec. 8 & 9, 14-16
Jam-packed with a sleigh-full of fun, energetic, and original Christmas music, Santa Claus: The Musical will be sure to put you and your entire family in the holiday spirit!

Christ Church Cathedral
318 East Fourth St.                      (513) 621 – 1817

           Music for Advent: Stephan Casurella (organ)
           Dec. 4

           Handels’ Messiah: Collegium Cincinnati & the Cincinnati Boychoir                                                                     Dec. 9

           Midnight Rose Trio (harp, flute, violin)
           Dec. 11

           Christ Church Cathedral Choir: Benjamin Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols
           Dec. 18

            Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Services
            Dec. 24 and 25

            An Epiphany Procession
            Jan. 6

The 79th Annual Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival                (513) 621 – 2627
Dec. 29– 30

Cincinnati Art Galleries
225 East Sixth St.           (513) 381 – 2128

Panorama of Cincinnati Art
The nation’s leader in selling paintings by the Cincinnati School of Painters for the past 30 years holds a special exhibition with proceeds benefitting  the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Cincinnati Art Museum
953 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams             (513) 721 – ARTS (2787)

Holiday Expressions Trunk Show
Nov. 16–18
Find artful gifts for everyone on your list, as well as the perfect piece of festive jewelry to wear to holiday gatherings! Local artists, designers and authors will be on-site to personalize your gifts. On November 4, Darren Goodman will blow glass ornaments. Shoppers will receive 10% off all purchases (20% off for members) and complimentary holiday giftwrap throughout the entire Trunk Show weekend event.

Dec. 1–30,  regular museum hours
Bring the whole family to the museum for holiday art-making activities, including card making, wrapping paper creation, gift bag embellishment, ornament crafts and more at the Rosenthal Education Center (REC). FREE.

Young Professionals’ Choral Collective performances
Some Thursday evenings, check for dates and times.
Be serenaded by the Young Professionals’ Choral Collective of Cincinnati (YPCC)! Gather in the Great Hall for a capella performances of your favorite holiday tunes and carols. FREE.

Cincinnati Black Santa visits CAM
Exact date TBDFor the fourth year in a row, Cincinnati Black Santa Claus is coming to the Cincinnati Art Museum thanks to the Voice of Black Cincinnati. Santa is looking forward to greeting children of all ages, reviewing Christmas lists and taking pictures. FREE.

Holiday Gift Shop
Make a list and check it twice! Shop art-inspired gifts, including finds inspired by The Fabric of India. Through your purchase at the CAM gift shop, you directly support the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Museum Holiday Market
Dec. 10
The Cincinnati Art Museum’s Women’s Committee presents its annual Holiday Market. Join in for lunch, a lecture and shopping in the Great Hall. Several first floor galleries will be fully stocked with holiday treasures from local vendors. Tickets to this holiday FUNdraiser can be purchased at or by calling (513) 721-ARTS.

Life: Gillian Wearing
Through Dec. 30, 2018
A concise selection of the artist’s iconic lens-based works along with several new projects making their world premiere

The Fabric of India
Through Jan. 6, 2019
Organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and making its U.S. debut, visitors will discover the richness of Indian textiles and fashion from the fifteenth century to today

Collecting Calligraphy: Arts of the Islamic World

Through Jan. 27, 2019
Richly illuminated folios from poetic and historic manuscripts from the ninth through the twentieth century

Cincinnati Ballet
Music Hall, 1243 Elm St.                       (513) 621 – 5282

Frisch’s Presents The Nutcracker
Dec. 13 – 24
The nationally celebrated holiday tradition returns to Music Hall after 11 years! Embark on a journey with Clara and her Nutcracker Prince, and follow the Snow Queen and her King to the Land of Sweets, waiting to embrace you with treats and exotic celebrations.

Cincinnati Bell Connector      (513) 621-4455
Dec. 1, 8 and 15 
FREE thanks to Downtown Cincinnati Inc. Ride the streetcar to holiday events and enjoy carolers from the Young Professional Choral Collective and ArtsWave's CincySings Choirs.

Cincinnati Bengals 

Paul Brown Stadium        (513) 621 – 8383

Nov. 25 vs. Browns

Dec. 2 vs. Broncos 

Dec. 16 vs. Raiders 

The Cincinnati Boychoir
Jarson – Kaplan Theatre, Aronoff Center for the Arts, 650 Walnut Street    (513) 396 – 7664

Sing Me a Story: A Christmas Carol                                                                                                      Dec. 2
 Cincinnati Boychoir's annual Sing Me A Story holiday extravaganza is back! With holiday favorites and   new songs destined to become classics, the two hundred members of the Cincinnati Boychoir’s Aronoff   programs will help put you in the giving spirit with a fun retelling of the Dickens classic.

Cincinnati Cyclones
U.S. Bank Arena, 100 Broadway, Downtown Cincinnati       (513) 421 – 7825

NYE Fireworks: Cyclones vs. Walleyes
Dec. 31

Cincinnati Fire Museum
315 West Court St.     (513) 621 – 5553

Cincinnati Metro                          (513) 621 – 4455
Bus service to many arts, parks, museums, and entertainment venues in the area along Route 1.

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
1301 Western Ave.                       (513) 287 – 7099

Holiday Junction featuring the Duke Energy Holiday Trains                                                             
Nov. 17– Jan. 6
Cincinnati’s favorite holiday tradition is back! See the beloved Duke Energy Holiday Trains in a new setting.

Santa’s Arrival and Union Terminal Tree Lighting
Nov. 24
Santa will arrive to Union Terminal on November 24, 2018, ready to read wish lists.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
719 1195 Elm St.  (513) 381 – 2273

Twelfth Night
Nov. 16 – Dec. 8
CSC invites you to celebrate the holiday season with one of the Bard’s most lively, lovely and lyrical comedies Twelfth Night

Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)
Dec. 14 – 30
What begins as a traditional production of A Christmas Carol soon devolves into a slightly irreverent, but undeniably adoring look at pop culture Christmas faves.

Cincinnati Symphony & Pops Orchestra
Music Hall, 1241 Elm Street  (513) 381 – 3300


Indigo Girls                                                                                                                      
Nov. 20
The voices of the Indigo Girls soar and swoop as one, alternately raucous and soothing. When they sing together, they radiate a sense of shared purpose.

Holiday Pops
Dec. 7–9
Cincinnati’s holiday tradition returns! Make new family memories with a sparkling blend of holiday favorites at Music Hall. Send your holiday spirit soaring with singers and dancers, humor and joy, magic and music. CCM graduate and Broadway star Ashley Brown (Mary Poppins) joins the fun.

Special Concert: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Dec. 28–30
Momentous scenes from the film play on a giant screen in high-definition while John Williams’ unforgettable score is performed by your Cincinnati Pops. 

New Year’s Eve at Music Hall
Dec. 31
Bid farewell to 2018 in Cincinnati’s iconic Music Hall with music that blends the best of timeless cocktail hour pop (think Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole) with an upbeat champagne sparkle. Guest vocalist Ryan Silverman brings his smooth and sultry sound to the Cincinnati Pops.


Tchaikovsky’s Fourth
Nov. 24–25
Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend with a program rich with musical flavors that represents man’s triumph over fate.

Bronfman Plays Brahms                                                                                                                       
Nov. 30–Dec. 1
 Like a symphony, Brahms’ concerto explores the capabilities of the entire orchestra, going far beyond   featuring only the soloist

Romantic Rachmaninoff
Jan. 4–5
Thrilling young conductor Karina Canellakis delivers edge-of-your-seat performances like a “high-wire act” (LA Times).

The City Flea–Holiday Market
Washington Park
Dec. 15

Contemporary Arts Center
44 East Sixth St.        (513) 345 – 8400

Family Festival: Oh, Snap                                                                                                                     
Nov. 24 
Stop by the UnMuseum for this photo inspired Family Festival! Join us as we experiment with various forms of photography, design camera necklaces and decorate some yummy camera cookies.

One Night One Craft: Sc-Fi Ornaments
Nov. 28
Ever wondered how Martians decorate their Christmas tree, or how the Milky Way would look strewn with tinsel and lights? Strap on your spacesuit and come imagine with us as we partner with Visionaries + Voices to present this unique One Night One Craft.

Young Adult Lab: DIY Holiday Gift                                                                                                                Dec. 13 
If you're on the lookout for some holiday gifts that are easy on the budget, (and by easy on the budget we mean free), then this is the event for you!

Young Adult Lab: Card Printing                                                                                                                 Dec. 20
Artists and educators will be on hand to show us how to create holiday cards using mixed media and various unique techniques. All supplies will be provided by the CAC.

Karl Blossfeldt, Francis Bruguière, Thomas Ruff: No Two Alike     
Through Jan. 13, 2019

Mamma Andersson: Memory Bank
Through Feb. 10, 2019

Akram Zaatari: The Fold – Space, time and the image                                                                              Through Feb. 10, 2019

Covenant-First Presbyterian Church
717 Elm Street       (877) 704 – 8190

A Lesson in Carols
Dec. 6

Mars Hill Madrigals Singing Performance 
Dec. 14 & 15

Duke Energy Convention Center
525 Elm Street       (877) 704 – 8190

Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market
Nov. 2–4     

Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
1127 Vine Street, Over-the-Rhine               (513) 421 – 3555

Alice in Wonderland
Nov. 28 – Dec. 30
A magical musical retelling of Lewis Carroll's classic story, this sassy version is the toe-tapping tale of a lost girl, a cool cat, a wild hare, and the original "dancing queen." The Queen of Hearts is back to dish up her special recipe for justice and all of Wonderland awaits Alice's trial.

Findlay Market
1801 Race Street, Over-the-Rhine            (513) – 665 – 4839

Holiday Market
Dec. 1 & 2
Local artisans and craft vendors set up shop at the Market for a weekend filled with holiday cheer, gift shopping, and seasonal food and drink. The Holiday Market is the best place in town to find the perfect local gift for everyone on your list while enjoying holiday entertainment by local choirs and musicians, food demos and samples, and maybe even a surprise visit by Santa Claus and an elf or two.

Fountain Square
Fountain Square, Fifth and Vine Streets               (513) 621 – 4400

           The O’Keeffe’s Ice Rink, Presented by Fifth Third Bank
            Oct. 31 through Feb. 18, 2019

           Tree Trimming Party
           Nov. 3

           Macy’s Light Up the Square  
           Nov. 23 

           Cincideutsch ChristkindlMarkt
           Nov. 23–25, Nov. 30–Dec. 2

           Brunch with Santa
           Nov. 24 and Dec. 22

           New Year’s Eve Blast
           Dec. 31

Frisch’s in Carew Tower
25 W. Fifth St. (513) 763-1080

          Breakfast with Santa

          Dec. 8

Humler & Nolan Auction
225 E. Sixth Stree            (513) 381 – 2041

Holiday Sale 2018
Nov. 3  4

Know Theatre of Cincinnati
1120 Jackson Street, Over-the-Rhine                         (513) 300 – 5669

Susan Swayne and the Bewildered Bride
Nov. 24 – Dec. 26
Meet Susan Swayne and the Society of Lady Detectives – aside from their interest in swordplay, they’re all perfectly proper Victorian women. Or are they? When the distraught Isabelle Fontaine-Kite insists that a member of the S.o.L.D. is actually her missing husband, Eric, Susan Swayne is on the case!

The Naughty List
Arnold’s, 210 East Eighth St.
Dec. 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 26, and 27. 
Join Know Theatre at Arnold’s Bar & Grill for a holiday show that is a little bit naughty, and a little bit nice, created each evening OTRimprov.

Krohn Conservatory
1501 Eden Park Drive, Mt. Adams

 A Crystal Holiday                                                                                                                                     Nov. 17  Jan. 6

JACK Casino Cincinnati
1000 Broadway         (513) 252 – 0777

Sara Evans at Christmas                                                                                                                         
Nov. 24  

Lloyd Library
917 Plum St.    (513) 721-3707

           Herbal Wreath Making Workshop 
           Dec. 5

           Ingredients that Warm the Season: Chocolate, Nuts, Herbs and Spices
           Dec. 7–March 15

           Holiday Open House 
           Slip away from the hectic activities of the holidays to experience peace and calm when visiting one of                     Cincinnati’s premier research libraries, explore its latest exhibition, and warm up with hot chocolate and                 cookies. 

Mercantile Library (513) 621-0717
414 Walnut St., #1100

          All We Have In Common: Poetry Reading with Manuel Iris 
          Dec. 7

         Canon Club: Twelfth Night
         Dec. 12

Memorial Hall
1225 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine      (513) 977.8838

Vino at the Memo: Sparkling Wines and Nicholas Longworth
Nov. 29
Learn about Cincinnati resident and Father of American Grape Culture Nicholas Longworth while tasting sparkling wines in time for the holiday!

The Secret Society of Spirits: Yuletide Booze
Dec. 2
Learn all about cocktails for your holiday gatherings, tips of the trade, and ideas for presents for the booze enthusiasts in your life.

Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells

Dec. 8
It’s holiday time and everyone’s favorite first grader is back to celebrate! Holiday fun with a lesson about giving is a perfect treat for the holiday season!
An Acoustic Christmas With Over The Rhine
Dec. 21-23
Performing as a trio, the band returns for their annual Christmas show, "leaning into three-part harmonies  and making an intimate but hopefully holy ruckus." 

Music Hall
1241 Elm St.     (513) 621–2787

Holiday Crafty Supermarket
Dec. 1
We have a few things up our sleeves for this holiday edition of Crafty Supermarket including maker demo tables, live DJ, delicious local food, and a few sponsor tables featuring many of the local arts and maker organizations that you know and love.

Happy Holidays with The Mighty Wurlitzer
Dec. 12
There’s nothing quite like the unique sound of the Albee Theater’s Mighty Wurlitzer, Featuring award-winning organist Walt Strony, vocalist Nancy James and the Cincinnati Ballet Otto M. Budig Academy.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
50 E Freedom Way       (513) 333 – 7739

            Mandela: The Journey To Ubuntu
            Through Jan. 1, 2019

Over-the-Rhine Merchants
Vine and Main Streets, Over – the – Rhine
Check website for events, dates and times.

Black Friday Shopping Event
Participating Merchants in Over-the-Rhine
Nov. 23

            OTR aGlow
            Nov.30–Dec. 31

            OTR Chamber Holiday Final Friday
            Nov. 30

            Small Business Saturday 
            Nov. 24

           OTR Holiday Home Tour
           Dec. 8 and 9

Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
Main Library, 800 Vine St.
    (513) 369-6900

              Cincinnati Northern Hills Railroad Club Trains

              Dec. 14–16

              Chris Comer Trio 
              Dec. 15          

Work-Shop-Save Night
Dec. 5
Downtown workers, shoppers and savers can relax, savor, and enjoy special holiday savings at this annual Library Friend’s Shop experience. 

Twelve Days of Christmas
Dec. 12–23
Visit the Friends' Shop Facebook page for details!

Red Roost Tavern            
Hyatt Cincinnati, 151 West Fifth St.        (513) 354 – 4025     

Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm Street, Downtown Cincinnati            (513) 765–7000
Nov. 30 & Dec. 1 

The Restaurants at Palm Court
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, 35 West Fifth St.    (513) 421 – 9100

Thanksgiving Day Buffet
Nov. 22

Afternoon Tea
Dec.  1, 8, 15 & 22

Christmas Day Brunch
Dec. 25

St. Peter in Chains Cathedral
325 West Eighth St.       (513) 421 – 5354

Advent Lessons and Carols
Dec. 2

Christmas Masses including Midnight Mass
Dec. 24 and 25

Downtown and Over-the-Rhine
Dec. 8, 2018

School for Creative & Performing Arts
108 West Central Parkway                             (513) 363 – 8100

              The Nutcracker
              Nov. 30 – Dec. 9

Taft Museum of Art
316 Pike St.               (513) 241 – 0343

Antique Christmas 
Nov. 2–Jan. 6, 2019
Fill yourself with holiday cheer by visiting the Taft’s annual display of antique ornaments, decorations, and toys.

Shop Holiday Sale 
Nov. 4–18

Workshop: Brazee Ornaments 
Nov. 10 
Transform your favorite photo into a one-of-a-kind ornament! Participants will learn how to use decals to transfer photos to glass. Choose from an array of colorful glass bases and personalize your ornament with decorative glass.

Warm up with a Hot Treat
Nov. 23–Jan. 6
Members can enjoy a complimentary gourmet hot chocolate with any snack purchase on weekdays from 2–4 p.m. and weekends from 3–5 p.m. 

Holiday Season Kickoff 
Nov. 25  

Antique Christmas: Behind the Scenes
Sundays, Nov. 25 to Jan. 6
Get behind-the-scenes information about the Antique Christmas displays! Lender Greg Gregory will be in the galleries on Sunday afternoons throughout Antique Christmas to answer any and all of your questions. He will be wearing his top hat!

Lunch and Learn: Stories of Christmas Past
Nov. 28

 Antique Christmas Tours
 Nov. 29 & Dec. 12
Take a closer look at the ornaments and decorations of Antique Christmas with Kathy and Stewart “Greg” Gregory, lenders to and coordinators of the exhibition.

Christmas Concert 
Dec. 1 
Listen to the sounds of the season with the May Festival Chorus.

Fun for the Family!
Dec. 1- 21
In December, bring the whole family for festive holiday cardmaking. Write letters to Santa and mail them to the North Pole from the Taft.

Antique Christmas: Memories in the Museum 
Dec. 5 
The program, in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati, is designed for visitors with memory loss and their guests.Each session will include a tour of an exhibition, light refreshments, and an opportunity to participate in making art. 

Taft Jr. : Holiday Fun
Dec. 6 
Kick off the holiday season at the Taft. Enjoy a holiday story, make an ornament, and explore the Taft’s Antique Christmas decorations on display.

Afternoon Tea
Dec. 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22 and 28,29
Celebrate the holidays with an elegant, festive  afternoon tea! Sip your favorite tea and enjoy seasonal savories and sweets. In December, bring the whole family for festive holiday cardmaking. Write letters to Santa and mail them to the North Pole from the Taft.

Workshop: Wreath-making with Una Floral

Dec. 9 
Get in the holiday spirit with a wreath-making workshop with designer and florist Patricia Campos from Una Floral. Use a mix of traditional and unusual greenery to create a beautiful wreath to brighten your home for the holidays.

House Party 
Dec. 13 
Stop by the Taft house after work and enjoy a cocktail and light bites. Discover our home in the heart of downtown while listening to local musicians and making your own work of art. See Paris to New York!

Taft Theatre
317 East Fifth St.     (513) 721 – 8883

The Brian Setzer Orchestra's 15th Annual Christmas Rocks! Tour                                                           Nov. 20
 The iconic guitarist, songwriter, vocalist and three-time Grammy-Award winner Brian Setzer and his 19-     piece orchestra whip up a huge dose of retro holiday cheer with their 15th Anniversary Christmas Rocks!   Tour presented by SiriusXM. 

 Peppa Pig Live!
 Nov. 23
 Peppa Pig Live! is back with an action-packed live show featuring your favorite characters as life size   puppets and costume characters in Peppa Pig’s Surprise! Come join Peppa, George, Mummy Pig,   Daddy Pig and more in an all singing, all-dancing adventure full of songs, games and surprises!

 National Ballet Theatre of  Odessa: Swan Lake                                                                                         Nov. 29
 This full-scale production, set to the music of Pyotr Tchaikovsky and based on Russian folklore and   German legend, follows a heroic young prince as he works to free the beautiful swan maiden from an evil   spell. 

  Straight No Chaser                                                                                                                                  Dec. 20
  Straight No Chaser is the real deal, the captivating sound of nine unadulterated human voices coming        together to make extraordinary music that is moving people in a fundamental sense... and with a sense      of humor.

Thanksgiving Day Race, 109th Annual
Paul Brown Stadium, Downtown Cincinnati
Nov. 22

U.S. Bank Arena
100 Broadway            (513) 421 – 4111

Trans-Siberian Orchestra presents The Ghosts of Christmas Eve
Dec. 14
Timeless and Everlasting…Don't miss TSO and The Ghosts of Christmas Eve, for the “Holiday Tradition 
that ROCKS a New Generation!

 Crystal by Cirque du Soleil                                                                                                                            Dec. 27-30
  Crystal invites you to suspend reality and glide into a world that springs to colorful life with astounding        visual projections and a soundtrack that seamlessly blends popular music with the signature sound            of Cirque du Soleil.

Washington Park
1230 Elm Street, Over-the-Rhine       (513) 621 – 4400

Santa’s Workshop
Nov. 24, Dec. 1, 8, 15, and 29
Every Saturday in December, Santa and his merry band of Elves will be spending time in Washington Park making gifts, ornaments and other fun creations.

City Flea Unwrapped Holiday Market
Dec. 15

(513) 621-ARTS [2787]
    Nov 10 - 18 , 2017
    Aronoff Center
    Jarson-Kaplan Theater
    Buy Tickets
    $ 26.00 
    $ 23.00
    Cincinnati Music Theatre



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Sister Act is the feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to their feet!

(513) 621-ARTS [2787]
    Nov 10 - 18 , 2017
    Aronoff Center
    Jarson-Kaplan Theater
    Buy Tickets
    $ 26.00 
    $ 23.00
    Cincinnati Music Theatre



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Sister Act is the feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to their feet


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