A Jack the Ripper tale you've never seen before!
Directed by Jef Brown
A laugh-a-minute Christmas romp!
Directed by Ray Persing
The laugh-out-loud tale of Vincent and his unusual occupation as a "professional suicide merchant."
Directed by Ray Lebowski
The Drama Workshop has been performing award-winning community theatre in Cincinnati since 1954; come see why! Our 2017 - 2018 season is underway!
The excitement, maneuvers and comedy of the Paul Newman/Robert Redford screen triumph have been brilliantly adapted for stage production – in 1936 Chicago, small-time grifter Johnny Hooker joins forces with master con man Henry Gondorf to exact revenge on a powerful racketeer. The explosive excitement will have the audience guessing and gasping as it builds to the final con movement.
Performances start Friday, May 4th, 2018 8:00 PM. - Read more
The Drama Workshop will hold auditions for the comedic melodrama Egad! The Woman in White on Friday, March 16th @ 7:00 PM and Sunday, March 18th @ 2:00 PM.
After Jack the Ripper begins his bloody rampage in 1888, a band of prostitutes join forces to save their own lives by trapping the murderer themselves. A battle of wits ensues, as the hunter becomes the hunted – or does he? Based on true events, this is a Jack the Ripper tale that you’ve never seen before!
Westwood resident Jack Williams will achieve a long-held dream later this month, when The Drama Workshop stages his original play, “The Girls of Miller’s Court: Hunting Jack the Ripper.” The premiere of his play culminates 7 years of work to put a fresh twist on the well-known tale…
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!