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WHHS_One Acts Festival 2021 logoThe Walnut Hills High School Theatre Department is proud to announce the return of our student-directed ONE ACTS FESTIVAL, playing December 2-5, 2021.

This festival features four one act plays (two junior high, and two senior high):

Junior High One Acts 

OZ by Don Zolidis
Directed by Clare Graff and Nate Caudill

Directed by Oran Wilkins and Katie Berich

Senior High One Acts

HOME OF OVERGROWN WEEDS by Ava Wallace (current WHHS student!)
Directed by Avery Frank

THE NIGHT WITCHES by Rachel Bublitz
Directed by Sophia Rooksberry

Tickets are $13 for adults and $10 for students. Due to COVID 19 protocols, there are no door sales- all tickets must be purchased online prior to the show. Service fees apply, and seating is limited.

Festival Line Up:

Junior High One Acts:

  • Thursday, December 2 @ 7 p.m.- SOLD OUT
  • Saturday, December 4 @ 2 p.m.- SOLD OUT
  • ADDED PERFORMANCE Sunday, December 5 @ 2 p.m. -Tickets on sale to public starting 12/2

Senior High One Acts:

  • Friday, December 3 @ 7 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 4 @ 7 p.m.

To purchase tickets, please visit:

For complete cast and crew lists, please visit:

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DISNEY PRINCESS – The Concert Tour Announces Full Cast for March 28 Stop at the Aronoff Center




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Spring 2022 Performers: Arielle Jacobs, Susan Egan, Syndee Winters, & Anneliese van der Pol. Photo credit: Nathan Johnson.



[CINCINNATI, OH] Disney Princess – The Concert, presented by Disney Concerts, has released a first look of the show from its world premiere in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  The clip, which premiered on this morning, is available here.

Today the tour announced the cast of the spring 2022 leg, which will perform from the tour’s kickoff on January 30 in Wichita, KS, through April 16 in Lancaster, PA, presented by Pandora Jewelry. Be our guest as Broadway’s Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, and Anna celebrate all the Disney Princesses in an unforgettable evening of story, animation, and song on Monday, March 28 at 7:00 PM at the Aronoff Center’s Procter & Gamble Hall. Perfect for Princesses and Princes of all ages, the musical experience is part of Cincinnati Arts Association’s 2021-22 Season.

Tickets are on sale now at, (513) 621-ARTS [2787], and the Aronoff Center Ticket Office at 650 Walnut Street, Downtown. For Group Sales, call (513) 977-4157. Ticket prices: $65 • $55 • $45 • $35. Applicable services fees may apply.

The 80+ city U.S. tour launches its first spring leg with Tony®-nominee Susan Egan (Broadway’s original Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Meg in Disney’s animated feature Hercules), Arielle Jacobs (Broadway’s Jasmine in AladdinIn The Heights), Disney Channel icon Anneliese van der Pol (That’s So Raven, Raven’s Home, Broadway’s final Belle in Beauty and The Beast), and BroadwayWorld Award-winner Syndee Winters (Broadway’s Nala in The Lion King, Hamilton).

Music Director, Benjamin Rauhala (Fiddler on the RoofThe Secret Life of Bees), and enchanting Prince, Adam J. Levy (Waitress), will also join the featured quartet this spring.

Fans will get another sneak peek of the show when Egan, van der Pol, Winters, and Grammy®-nominee Courtney Reed (Broadway’s original Jasmine in Aladdin) perform as part of Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which will stream via Hulu between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.  The quartet also performed last weekend as part of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile Lights Festival.

Concertgoers are encouraged to dress up in their best royal attire for an unforgettable evening, where the acclaimed cast will perform more than thirty favorite Disney Princess and Frozen songs, including classics like “Part of Your World,” “Let It Go,” “A Whole New World,” “Colors of the Wind,” and “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes.” The performers will share exclusive, hilarious, and heartfelt behind-the-scenes stories from their time on the stage and screen.  Larger than life animations and visuals accompanying the music will immerse the audience in pure Disney magic.

Disney Princess  The Concert is based on the established touring production Broadway Princess Party®, which began as a cabaret show at Feinstein’s/54 Below in NYC in 2015. It garnered critical success and a loyal fan base, including more than 20 million views on YouTube. This new venture is co-produced by Disney Concerts with Broadway Princess Party, LLC.

About Disney Concerts
Disney Concerts is the concert production and licensing division of Disney Music Group, the music arm of The Walt Disney Company.  Disney Concerts produces concerts and tours, and licenses Disney music and visual content to symphony orchestras and presenters on a worldwide basis.  Disney Concerts’ concert packages include a variety of formats, such as “live to picture” film concerts and themed instrumental and vocal compilation concerts, and range from instrumental-only symphonic performances to multimedia productions featuring live vocalists and choir.  Current titles include the Star Wars Film Concert Series (Episodes IV-VIII), Toy StoryAladdinThe Muppet Christmas CarolDisney Princess  The ConcertCocoThe Lion KingUp and The Nightmare Before Christmas, which in 2019 accounted for over 900 performances in many of the world’s top concert venues.

About Pandora
Pandora designs, manufactures, and markets hand-finished jewelry made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. Pandora jewelry is sold in more than 100 countries through 7,400 points of sale, including more than 2,700 concept stores. Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Pandora employs 28,000 people worldwide and crafts its jewelry at two LEED certified facilities in Thailand using mainly recycled silver and gold. The company plans to be carbon neutral by 2025 and has joined the Science Based Targets initiative to reduce emissions across its full value chain. Pandora is listed on the Nasdaq Copenhagen stock exchange and generated sales of DKK 21.9 billion (EUR 2.9 billion) in 2019.

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Cincinnati Sound Chorus’ YULETIDE CELEBRATION at The Carnegie on Dec. 11

Cincinnati Sound Chorus
Dec. 11
The Carnegie [Covington]

A concert of holiday music that features the Cincinnati Sound Chorus, the Holiday Harmony Sound, several of our quartets and special guests iTones Quartet and Timeless A Cappella Quartet. Join us for the celebration. Maybe you’ll get a chance to see Santa Claus too.

  • Sat, Dec. 11 at 2pm & 8pm

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Playhouse in the Park’s THE WEST END Available for Streaming through Nov. 21

Photo by Tony Arrasmith/Arrasmith & Associates.Did you miss seeing THE WEST END in person? Or do you want to see it again? Pay what you can starting at $10 to stream the full performance, virtually! Visit our website to reserve your ticket to watch now through Nov. 21.

About the Show
THE WEST END follows Grace — a Georgia-born migrant and owner of a West End row house — who is unable to escape the secrets of her past. With the unexpected arrival of Heath — a mysterious stranger with secrets of his own — Grace must reconcile the choices she’s made to survive.

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NO PROMISES Vocal Band Returns Beloved A Cappella Christmas Concerts to Cincinnati Venues

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Photo by Leslie Goddard.

CINCINNATI, OH – A cappella holiday magic returns to the tri-state this December as NO PROMISES Vocal Band re-launches their beloved annual “Christmas With No Promises” tour. Sonic stocking-stuffers from Alicia Keys, Andy Williams, Joni Mitchell and Dan Fogelberg will be on offer as the region’s premier vocal jazz ensemble sings a family-friendly concert of sacred and secular classics, including selections from their recent “Boy Band Diaries” show with the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra.

“Christmas With No Promises” will be presented four times:

Community of the Good Shepherd
Thursday, December 16, 7:30pm
8815 East Kemper Road | Montgomery
60m Family-Length Program
A Freewill Offering Will Be Accepted; No Reservations Required
Health Protocol: Masks Recommended

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Nancy James.

The Carnegie
feat. The Nancy James Trio
Saturday, December 18, 7:30pm
1028 Scott Boulevard | Covington
Full-Length Program with Two Sets
Tickets $25
Tickets Required:, or 859.957.1940
Health Protocol: Masks Required

St. Columban Parish
Tuesday, December 21, 7:30pm
894 Oakland Road | Loveland
60m Family-Length Program
A Freewill Offering Will Be Accepted; No Reservations Required
Health Protocol: Masks Recommended

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Pamela Mallory

Warsaw Federal Incline Theatre
feat. The Pamela Mallory Trio
Wednesday, December 22, 7:30pm
801 Matson Place | Price Hill
Full-Length Program with Two Sets
Tickets $25
Reservations Required:, or 513.241.6550
Health Protocol: Masks Required

Getting Back to Live Shows
Leading up to 2020 holiday season in which live vocal performances were simply impossible, the men of NO PROMISES were facing the prospect of discontinuing a holiday tradition enjoyed by thousands every year since 2015. So they pivoted, tapping Cider Mill Productions and Over-The-Rhine’s beautiful Memorial Hall for a live-recorded holiday soiree. More than 90 donors contributed nearly $7,000 to cover production expenses and venue rental. The group largely convened online, utilizing innovative technology to allow the rehearsal process to continue. The result was a visually and acoustically stunning video-on-demand experience that created a bridge to the resumption of live holiday performances in 2021.

But it wasn’t all streaming video and waiting around for conditions to improve. In summer 2021, NO PROMISES joined forces with the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra in a show called “The Boy Band Diaries.” Performed on outdoor stages in Covington, Ft. Thomas and Middletown, the collaboration surveyed a century of a male harmony singing, from the Ink Spots and the Hi-Los, through the Beach Boys and Motown, all the way to groups like NSYNC and Home Free. Four selections from “The Boy Band Diaries” will be included in the 2021 “Christmas With No Promises” set.

NO PROMISES is a Cincinnati-based professional a cappella ensemble bringing exhilarating vocals and breathtaking harmonizations to popular favorites of jazz, Motown, and adult contemporary music. The group is has entertained at festivals, concert series, conventions and concert halls throughout the state. Its members have graced the stages of Broadway, fronted major symphony orchestras, and backed the likes of Jim Messina, Steve Winwood, Kenny Loggins and POCO. In their day-to-day lives, the men of NO PROMISES are clinical psychologists, theatrical talent buyers, real estate moguls and hairdressers with a passion for fine a cappella singing.

The group has released three recording projects: A No Promises Christmas (2016), All Wet (2018) and The Nines (2019).

The members of NO PROMISES are Joshua Steele (resident of Kennedy Heights), David Baum (Montgomery), Jeff Grooms (Cold Spring, KY), and Nat Comisar (Indian Hill). Guest artists Paul Phillips (West Chester), and Noah Berry (Dayton) will join the group on all four shows, with Ryan Strand (North College Hill) guesting on the December 18 performance at The Carnegie.

Curious about how Broadway actor David Baum joined NO PROMISES and became a clinical psychologist, the surprising musical background of former Maisonette owner Nat Comisar, or the national tour that Noah Berry steps away from for this concert series? Check out individual bios at

About The Nancy James Trio
A versatile, Emmy-winning performer, Nancy James has shared her talents with the tri-state area on stage, on camera, and on the air waves for over three decades. James became a part of our lives on the Bob Braun Show singing, interviewing, and creating live commercials. She continues to make her living as an entertainer: appearing onstage as a singer, on-camera as a spokesperson, and representing clients as their voice-over talent for radio and television commercials. The Carnegie’s stage is well-known to James, whose 2008 – 2014 annual programs on the venue’s Carnegie In Concert series were always much anticipated and well-attended.

Joining James at The Carnegie is friend and collaborator Janet Yates Vogt, an accomplished composer whose original musicals GEORGE REMUS: A NEW MUSICAL and TENDERLY: THE ROSEMARY CLOONEY MUSICAL have been produced by the Covington arts center.

About The Pamela Mallory Trio
Originally from Dayton, OH, Pamela Mallory has been a fixture of the Cincinnati music scene for more than 18 years. A soulful and swinging jazz songstress, Mallory performs unique arrangements of works by the great songwriters of the 1940s to the music of today. Her credits include headline performances at the Dayton Women in Jazz Festival, the jazz series at Lexington’s Farish Theater, Wright State University’s jazz series, Cincinnati’s Crown Jewels of Jazz program, and recently at Memorial Hall’s popular Jazz at the Memo series. She’s also appeared at beloved current and past regional music venues, including Gilly’s and Pacchia in Dayton, Chez Nora and The Carnegie in Covington, and Cincinnati’s Blue Wisp Jazz Club.

The Pamela Mallory trio includes Pamela Mallory (vocals), Wayne Yeager (keyboard) and Michael Sharfe (bass).

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