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TOM SEGURA: I’M COMING EVERYWHERE – World Tour | Fri., May 27, 2022 | Aronoff Center


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Tickets on sale Friday, July 23 at 10:00 AM

[CINCINNATI, OH] – TOM SEGURA announced the second leg of his I’M COMING EVERYWHERE – WORLD TOUR. The comedian/podcast host will be at the Aronoff Center’s Procter & Gamble Hall on Friday, May 27, 2022 at 7:00 PM.  

Tickets go on-sale to the public on Friday, July 23 at 10:00 AM at and (513) 621-2787 [ARTS}. Due to the pandemic, the Aronoff Center Ticket Office is closed for in-person sales and will reopen on Monday, August 2.

Actor/Comedian/Writer Tom Segura is one of the biggest names in the comedy business. He recently performed to sold-out audiences on his 100+ city TAKE IT DOWN TOUR. He is best known for his Netflix specials, Ball Hog (2020), Disgraceful (2018), Mostly Stories (2016), and Completely Normal (2014). Paste Magazine described him as, “…having a natural and capable storytelling ability, one that lifts his narratives out of average anecdote fare and plants them firmly in hilarious ground.” Your Mom’s House Studios is home to his hit podcasts Your Mom’s House, which he co-hosts with his wife, comedian Christina Pazsitzky; 2 Bears 1 Cave, which he co-hosts with Bert Kreischer; and many more. Additionally, YMH Studios was one of the first networks to create wildly successful livestream podcast events as an outcome of the pandemic.

Segura can be seen in the STX Film Countdown opposite Elizabeth Lail, Instant Family opposite Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne, Opening Act, and Flinch. Segura’s television credits include The Late Show with Stephen ColbertConanWorkaholics, Happy EndingsThe Late Late Show, Comedy Central Presents: Tom Segura, Mash Up, and How To Be A Grown Up.

Segura has an increasing social media following (@seguratom on IG, @tomsegura on Twitter). When he isn’t performing on stage or recording a podcast, he’s watching College Football or waiting for college football to come back.

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SEX N’ THE CITY: A (Super Unauthorized) Musical Parody | New Performance Added | Oct. 7-8, 2021 | Aronoff Center

This is not a drill! Live theatre is back, and it’s time to heat things up!

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October 7 (new performance) & October 8, 2021
Aronoff Center – Jarson Kaplan Theater

On sale now! 

CINCINNATI, OH –  Everyone’s favorite New York City singles are making their way to Cincinnati! Sex n’ the City: A (Super Unauthorized) Musical Parody comes to the Aronoff Center’s Jarson-Kaplan Theater for two performances only – Thursday-Friday, October 7-8, 2021 at 7:30 PM.  The October 7 performance was just added due to popular demand!

Tickets are on sale now starting at $40.50 at and (513) 621-2787 [ARTS]. Discounts are available for CAA Members and groups of 10 or more. For Group Sales, call (513) 977-4157. The Cincinnati Arts Association Ticket Office, located in the Aronoff Center at 650 Walnut Street, opens for in-person purchases on Monday, August 2. 

Sex n’ the City tackles serious questions like “Will I ever find the one?,” “Can you ever really be over your ex?,” and “For the third time, it’s a neck massager!” Join Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha on a hilarious trip through New York in the ’90s.

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JEREMY CAMP – When You Speak Tour 2021 | Sun, Sept. 26, 2021 | Aronoff Center


September 26, 2021 – 7:00 PM
Aronoff Center – Procter & Gamble Hall

Tickets on Sale Now

[Nashville, Tenn.] – GRAMMY®-nominated singer/songwriter Jeremy Camp announces the first half of his When You Speak Tour Fall 2021 tour dates with special guest Jonathan Traylor. The tour will make a Cincinnati stop on Sunday, September 26, 2021 at 7:00 PM at the Aronoff Center’s Procter & Gamble Hall.

Tickets are on sale now at and  (513) 621-ARTS [2787]. Due to the pandemic, the Aronoff Center Ticket Office is closed for in-person sales until further notice.

With 41 No. 1 singles over his storied career, Jeremy Camp returns to the stage after a unique year filled with rest after the filming and release of the hit film I Still Believe, featuring KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Shania Twain, and Gary Sinise.

The When You Speak Tour marks the beginning of a new, exciting season for Camp. The 30-city tour will kick off on September 23 in Detroit and stop in Cincinnati, Chicago, Oklahoma City, Memphis, San Diego and many other cities before the final show. The second half of the tour dates will be announced at a later date.

“There is nothing like being able to tour again,” says Jeremy Camp. “I’m so pumped to share my new music with the fans, as well as play the fan favorites. We are very expectant that the Holy Spirit will move powerfully each night.”

Motown Gospel/Capitol CMG Artist Jonathan Traylor is set to open for Camp each night on the tour. Traylor’s debut album, Unknown, was released in 2020 and is a combination of Christian, Worship, and Gospel influences.

Camp’s newest single, “When You Speak,” debuted last month and gives fans an insight to the new album, which is set to release in the fall ahead of the tour.

For a full list of tour stops and all other tour information, visit

Throughout his 18-year career, Capitol CMG artist Jeremy Camp has established himself with landmark accolades including:

  • Lifetime consumption of over 5 million albums and over 365 million lifetime streams
  • Holds title for most No. 1 singles among solo artists on the Billboard’s Christian Airplay chart
  • Billboard’s #2 artist of the Decade in 2010
  • 41 No. 1 radio hits across all formats
  • 5 RIAA Gold Albums and 1 Gold Single
  • 1 GRAMMY® nomination, 3 American Music Award nominations, 5 Dove Awards and 4 ASCAP “Songwriter of the
  • Year” Awards

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2021 Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival: Film Line-Up & Program

OTRIFF_2021 logo46 Films, 36 Competition Films, 9 Curated Films

Cincinnati, Ohio – The 2021 Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival, organized by LADD, returns this summer with both indoor/outdoor and virtual screenings. The festival takes place Thursday, July 8th through Sunday, July 11th in and around Over-the-Rhine. The film slate announced Monday, June 21st at 5:00 on Fountain Square includes 46 films that celebrate diversity and our shared humanity.

Over 475 films were submitted to the OTR Film Fest, of those submissions, 36 were selected as competition films and nine curated films were selected. Prizes for films selected as part of the competition slate will include, Best Narrative, Best Documentary, The Power of Voice Award and the Freedom Award, and will be announced at the Award Ceremony taking place Saturday July 10th at 8:00 at Washington Park and streamed to Ziegler Park.

“The films selected for the competition slate emerged from the largest and most diverse pool of submissions the Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival has ever received,” Says tt stern-enzi, festival Artistic Director. “Nearly 500 films from over 50 countries. To narrow the field down to 36 was a herculean task that our festival screening committee embraced.”

The OTR Film Fest will debut with the opening night film Best Summer Ever, an official selection for the 2020 SXSW Film Festival. Best Summer Ever is a fresh take on the summer musical with a fully integrated case of people with and without disabilities. Best Summer Ever will screen in the parking lot located at 329 East 13th Street at 8:00 immediately following the the Opening Night Party taking place at Braxton Brewery at 6:00 p.m. The film’s stars Rickey Wilson and Shannon DeVido will attend the event in person and will set the tone for the weekend.

The festival will close with a screening of the film CODA the 2021 Sundance Film standout film which won the Director Award, The Ensemble Award, and the Audience and Grand Jury Prize for Best Dramatic film. The film also broke Sundance Records after being sold to Apple+ Streaming for nearly $25MM. The film tells the story of Ruby, who as a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) is the only hearing person in her Deaf family. When the family’s fishing business is threatened, Ruby finds herself torn between pursuing her lover of music and her fear of abandoning her parent. The film will play Saturday night, July 10 at 9:00 at both Washington and Ziegler Park.

“This year’s festival features an incredible selection of films that tell untold stories that celebrate our shared humanity. We have all lost so much in the last year and this festival gives us an opportunity to come together and connect across our differences.” Molly Lyons, Festival Director.

A list of highlighted films is below:

July 9th
13th and Republic (4:00 pm Ziegler Park)
The film 13th and Republic is a project funded as part of ArtsWave’s Truth and Reconciliation Project. 13th and Republic is an Interactive, Operatic, Radical Dance Film directed by Darnell Pierre Benjamin that addresses excessive police force against Black communities and the mental health of the country.

Swan Song (5:30 p.m Ziegler Park)
Swan Song was an official selection for the 2021 SXSW Film Festival, and tells the story of Pat Pitsenbarger, a retired hairdresser living in a nursing home in Sandusky, Ohio. Pat is content with just living his life in the home, Pat finds himself with a new mission when a former client says her dying wish is to have the hairdresser work on her final hairdo. With the need to find the right products to make this wish come true, Pat finds himself struggling on his journey through Sandusky. The post film panel will feature the film’s director, Todd Stephens who is best known for Another Gay Movie.

Sisters with Transistors (8:00 pm Ziegler Park)
The film Sisters with Transistors was an official selection film at the 2020 SXSW film festival and tells the untold story of electronic music’s female pioneers, composers who embraced machines and their liberating technologies to utterly transform how we produce and listen to music today. There will be a post film panel Featuring BETTY the Band followed by a party at Braxton Brewery with a performance by BETTY.

July 10th
Not Going Quietly (10:00 a.m. Ziegler Park)
The film Not Going Quietly won an audience award at the 2021 SXSW film festival and is about Ady Barkan, a lawyer and new father whose is diagnosed with ALS and given four years to live, he finds himself directly impacted by a new legislation proposal jeopardizing essential healthcare programs critical to Ady’s and others’ survival. After a chance confrontation with Senator Jeff Flake goes viral, Ady embarks on a cross-country tour, using his final breaths to fight for healthcare justice to try and create a better world for his newborn son to inherit. There will be a panel after the film.

Determined (2:00 p.m Ziegler Park)
The film Determined was directed by Cincinnati film maker Melissa Godoy and tells the story of three women who lost their mother’s to Alzheimer’s disease and who offer their bodies to a revolutionary study that follows the lives of adult children of people with Alzheimer’s disease. The film’s Director Melissa Godoy will participate in a post film discussion.

American-ish (6:00 p.m. Ziegler Park)
The film American-ish won an audience award for the 2021 Center for Asian American Media film festival and tells the story of two marriage age sisters and their newly immigrated cousin as they navigate the sometimes inevitable tensions that arises between competing societal and cultural norms, with a story that is unconventional, funny and heartwarming. The film’s Director Iman Zawahri and other stars from the film will attend the event in person.

See You Then (2:30p.m. Esquire Theater)
The film See You Then was an official selection for the 2021 SXSW Film Festival and tells the story of Naomi and Kris as they come together a decade after Kris abruptly breaks up with Naomi, to catch up on their complicated lives, relationships and Kris’ transition. The film stars Pooya Mohseni as Kris. Pooya is an Iranian American actress, writer, filmmaker and Trans activist born and raised in Theran, Iran.

Reinventing the Wheel (4:00 p.m. Ziegler Park)
The film Reinventing the Wheel was the winner of the best documentary film award at the Chelsea Film Festival and tells the story of a unique wheelchair community in the Okanagan Valley as they guide newly injured, Dan McLean, through his first year of life as a paraplegic.

For a complete list of films on the OTR Film Fest program, please visit

The Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival, organized by LADD, was founded by the Saul Schottenstein Foundation B and is presented by the Edwards Initiative, formerly Financial Independence Project. The festival, set to return July 8-11, 2021, showcases stories that celebrate the human spirit by providing a platform for audiences to see through another’s eyes. The festival also aims to spotlight the Queen City and its role in reframing how we see disability in the entertainment industry’s ongoing discussion of diversity. Learn more at

About LADD
Guided by the belief that every person has ability and value, LADD empowers adults with developmental disabilities to live, work, and connect. Founded in 1975, the Cincinnati non-profit now supports more than 600 individuals through housing, employment and meaningful community engagement programs. Learn more at

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MEMORY LANE Episode One Available from Cincinnati Music Theatre on June 28

CMT_Memory Lane logoIntroducing our next project: MEMORY LANE!

MEMORY LANE is an episodic video series featuring interviews with CMT members and clips from past shows, where we can reminisce together about the past 57 years of CMT.

Episode 1 will premiere on our YouTube channel on Monday, June 28 at 7pm. Join us in the video comments to tell us about your favorite CMT memories!

Information on Episodes 2 and 3 coming soon.

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