A celebration of the stage and screen work of multiple Tony Award-winner Stephen Sondheim.
Directed by Adam Drake
The comically sharp indictment of the Establishment's urge to conform.
Directed by Joe Penno
The farcical comedy by Joseph Kesselring. Directed by Lynn Aronson
The Drama Workshop has been performing award-winning community theatre in Cincinnati since 1954; come see why! Our 2014-2015 season starts July 25th!
“Rumors” is a farce which takes place in the upscale home of New York City’s deputy mayor, Charley Brock. Charley and his wife, Myra, have invited friends to a party there to celebrate their 10th anniversary, but before the party begins, Charley has suffered a gunshot wound to the earlobe which may or may not have been self-inflicted. Performances start Friday, February 27, 2015 8:00 PM. - Read more
LANGUAGE: Rumors contains a significant amount of strong language, including the repeated use of both profanities and vulgarities—language that would qualify the play for an “PG-13” rating if it were a movie.
Ernie Cusack tries in vain to explain his apron to newly arrived Glenn Cooper in Neil Simon’s RUMORS. Pictured left to right, Bill Keeton & Robert Weidle. Photo credit: Elaine Volker (Cheviot, OH) The Drama Workshop, the award-winning community theatre based at The Glenmore Playhouse in Cheviot, is pleased to present Neil Simon’s RUMORS from […]
The Drama Workshop is excited to host Rivertown Players’ production of “Tuesdays with Morrie”, January 8 – 11, 2015. See the poster below for more information.
Bree Hunter Sprankle works to seduce Robin Baker in The Drama Workshop’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s PUTTING IT TOGETHER, running through Dec 21. Photo credit: Elaine Volker (Cheviot, OH) The Drama Workshop’s production of the acclaimed Stephen Sondheim review “Putting it Together” closes the weekend of December 19 with three final performances at The Glenmore […]
For over 50 years, TDW has been bringing quality community theater to audiences of all ages in the greater Cincinnati area. From farce to drama, classics to contemporary works – The Drama Workshop truly has something for everyone.
Call the 24-hour ticket line today for up-to-date information and ticket reservations for all performances: 513-598-8303. Or order tickets online.
All productions are performed at the newly renovated Glenmore Playhouse.
As seen on WKRC Local 12 News, The Drama Workshop is now accepting donations toward building renovations through PayPal!