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Know Theatre Invites You to Summon Your Courage for Season 21: FEAR ITSELF

KTC_logoFear manifests itself in many ways: the monsters around us, monsters inside of us, in
the darkness on the periphery of our vision, in difficult truths, in confessions, in honesty,
in deceit, in times of change.

In our 21st season, Know Theatre takes a journey through our fears: how we face them,
how they consume us, and how we conquer them.

The season features two world premieres (one a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere), two second productions, and two regional premieres. We’re presenting new works by fan favorite playwrights Joseph Zettelmaier and Steve Yockey , and introducing playwrights Reina Hardy and Darcy Parker Bruce to Cincinnati audiences.

In our MainStage season, Know maintains our commitment to gender parity in the playwrights we produce, as well as in our onstage roles and creative teams. And this season we’re taking it even further, with women filling nearly two-thirds of total onstage roles, as well. Says Artistic Director Andrew Hungerford:

“We’re so excited by the lineup for the coming season: the new voices we get to share with our community, the opportunities for collaboration with our local artists, and the way in which the themes of these shows interact with the world around us. From the fantastical to the socially aware, the simple to the epic, this season has a little bit of everything I love about live theatre.”

MainStage

TBA by TBA
Regional Premiere
Directed by TBA
July 27-August 18, 2018

We cannot wait to tell you what this show will be… but we’re going to have to, since we still have to confirm the licensing agreement.

10 words or less: Trust us, it’s gonna be so cool.
Rated: Probably PG.

THE MAN-BEAST by Joseph Zettelmaier
Directed by Brant Russell
Second Production!
October 19-November 10, 2018

In the late 18th century, the wilds of France are stalked by the fearsome Beast of Gévaudan, which has claimed over one-hundred victims in three years. King Louis has offered a rich reward to the hunter who kills the beast, and hunters have come from all over the country to take it down.

But an outcast forester and a strange woods-witch are crafting their own plans to claim the prize.

From the playwright of Know fan favorites Pulp and All Childish Things comes a class conscious tale of mystery, passion, and suspense…all inspired by a French legend of a werewolf.

10 words or less: There are wolves in the woods.
Rated: PG-13.

SUSAN SWAYNE AND THE BEWILDERED BRIDE by Reina Hardy
Directed by Tamara Winters
Second Production!
November 23-December 15, 2018

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! Cross-dressing, double-crosses, opium and topless fencing make for a period action farce with “sass and ovaries of steel.” ( Chicago Now )

Know is thrilled to bring the work of playwright Reina Hardy to Cincinnati with this swashbuckling adventure story that explores questions of identity and ambition within the social constraints of Victorian society.

10 words or less: Mary Poppins meets the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
Rated: PG.

RED BIKE by Caridad Svich
National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere
January 11-February 2, 2019

What kind of future will you have living in these here United States? Remember when you were eleven years old and you had a bike, one that made you dream about a world bigger than the one in which you live? This is that memory. Except it is now.

RED BIKE is a story of changing cities and the fears we face on the precipice of the big wide world. Know is the third stop in this National New Play Network Rolling world premiere, joining productions by Pygmalion Productions (Salt Lake City), Simpatico Theatre (Philadelphia), and The Wilbury Theatre Group (Providence).

10 words or less: Cities change. People change. Get on the bike and ride.
Rated: PG.

ALWAYS PLENTY OF LIGHT AT THE STARLIGHT ALL NIGHT DINER by Darcy Parker Bruce
Directed by Alice Flanders
World Premiere!
February 22-March 16, 2019 

When an asteroid threatens the earth, the logical escape is your favorite diner, especially when that diner just might be a Time Machine. Always Plenty of Light… is a SUPER queer time travel adventure about finding hope and connection in the face of insurmountable odds. With Dinosaurs. A cross between Jurassic Park, Back to the Future, and Fried Green Tomatoes.

10 words or less: A SUPER queer time travel adventure. Lesbians! Dinosaurs! Danger!
Rated: PG-13.

MERCURY by Steve Yockey
Directed by Andrew Hungerford
Regional Premiere: Third Production Ever!
April 19-May 11, 2019

Three stories cross outside of Portland, OR in a pitch black comedy with an illicit affair, a couple hanging on by a thread, bears at the window, the worst curiosity shop on the west coast, and an adorable missing dog named Mr. Bundles. No one’s happy, people stop being nice, and blood spills. This mash-up of myth, missing empathy, and “good neighbors” explores what happens when the mercury rises.

This delightfully dark play from Steve Yockey, the author of Heavier Than… and The Fisherman’s Wife, is the second of his planetary plays, a followup to 2013’s Pluto.

10 words or less : Revenge is a dish best served bloody.
Rated: R.

SecondStage

The Fourth Annual Cincinnati One Minute Play Festival
1MPF invites local writers and community members into their unique playmaking
process. Writers are asked to consider the world around them, their cities, their
communities, and the ways in which they view the world, before writing topical moments that say something about the world as it is in the here and now. Local directors, actors, and community members are tapped to stage, and shape these moments (usually
around 60-70) with a unique local flavor.
Dates TBA

Serials!
SERIALS! 9: Thunderdome
Cincinnati’s Monday Night Theatre Party returns in Winter of 2019!

SERIALS! BINGGEWATCH
We’ll be bringing back one (or more) Serials! Favorites reassembled into full length one acts throughout the season!

PLAY(UNDER)GROUND
Know continues its unique post-show programming in a series of collaborations with local artists to be announced throughout the season. Offered free of charge following MainStage performances, PLAY(UNDER)GROUND provides a chance for artists and audiences to interact in a casual setting that breaks the fourth wall: playing games, singing songs, and creating together in Know’s Underground bar.

AND MORE TO COME.

THE 16TH ANNUAL CINCINNATI FRINGE FESTIVAL
May 28 – June 9, 2019
Fringe just keeps getting bigger, better, and weirder. And, as usual, we’ll have some special surprises up our sleeves.

Education

KNOW TO GO!
Education Programming WE bring to YOU.

THE INVENTIVE PRICESS OF FLORALEE
(created for grades K-5)

This original, two-person, interactive, 45-minute fairy tale will have your students “thinking like scientists” as they follow the Princess of Floralee on the adventure of a lifetime, searching for the kidnapped king kept in the clutches of a viciously vile and wrathfully wicked witch. Along the way, young audience members will help the princess solve a variety of math, engineering, science, and even dance challenges as she uses her brains, wit, and sound judgment to find her father in the land Scalenfell. Audiences will laugh and cheer as they meet characters like a figure-skating dragon, a Platypus-saving Pirate, a gate with a flair for the dramatic, and a witch (that they may recognize)! This unique educational opportunity unites science and art by giving kids a chance to laugh, dance, and think critically about topics rooted in STEM.

ALICE IN NEVERLAND

This interactive adventure will have your students on the edge of their seats as they join Alice, the best detective in Wonderland, who takes the case when Peter Pan goes missing! Alice is hired by Peter’s distraught shadow and a fretful Tinkerbell as Neverland is on its head and time is no longer suspended without its beloved Peter! This mashup of everyone’s favorite childhood stories will have your students laughing, cheering, and using critical thinking skills to help Alice decipher clues and crack the case. Will Alice find Peter before he grows up? Will time be restored in Neverland? Will Captain Hook ever be picked for the hockey team? Join us for Alice in Neverland to find out.

Made possible through grants from The Charles H. Dater Foundation, the P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation and the Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee.

BYSTANDER TRAINING: How to be an Advocate
(created for middle and high schools, but is customizable for all groups and ages)

Our bystander training tools and techniques empower anyone by giving them safe and simple steps to “Stand Up” and “Stand By” potential victims of intolerance, abuse, and violence. We customize each presentation to you and use techniques used in theatre to empower potential bystanders and victims of harassment through education and practical application in a real time, improvised scenarios so groups can put these tools to work in a safe situation. This program created in collaboration with Spotlight Training.

GO TO KNOW!
Education programming that brings YOU to US.

DRINK AND PLAY: Adult Summer Camp (created for ages 21 and up)

Imagine your favorite childhood summer camp. Pretty great right? What could have made it better? A fully stocked bar, perhaps? Come join us July 10th-13th for Drink and Play: Adult Summer Camp. During camp, you’ll experience a great blend of your favorite summer camp activities and the collaborative experience of creating a 10 minute play as a cohort — all with a beer in your hand. Join Camp Counselor Dave Powell and other special guests for Capture the Flag, stage combat, trivia night, improv, water balloons, arts & crafts, and playmaking 101.
Each camper receives:

  • Camp T-shirt
  • 1 free daily drink (with discounted “artist prices” on additional drinks)
  • Discounts on Know Season 21 Flex Pass
  • Great stories to tell their friends when they go back to “school”

And keep on the lookout for updates on other adult classes offered throughout the year.

About Know Theatre
Know Theatre is Cincinnati’s Theatrical Playground. The Know showcases unexpected voices, new works, and plays that embrace the inherent theatricality of the live experience. Know Theatre seeks to be a place where artists and audiences feel welcome to take artistic risks, creating work that is cutting edge and accessible.

Know Theatre’s work is made possible, in part, by the generosity of community contributions to the ArtsWave Campaign.

The Ohio Arts Council helps fund Know Theatre with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence, and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

Know Theatre is also supported by The Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation , helping to change our communities for the better through collaboration and innovation, and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation , which provides a simple, powerful, and highly personal approach to giving.

The Know’s educational tours, The Inventive Princess of Floralee and Alice in Neverland , is made possible in part by a grant from The Charles H. Dater Foundation and Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee.

Know Theatre is a member of Theatre Communications Group and an Associate member of the National New Play Network.

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Know Theatre is Proud to Present a Reading of NATURAL SHOCKS

KTC_Natural Shocks logoNATURAL SHOCKS
By Lauren Gunderson
April 21, 2018

A national campaign of theater activism against gun violence

Part confessional, part stand up, part reckoning

Know Theatre is proud to present a reading of Natural Shocks by Lauren Gunderson, a relevant and  raw story that tells of a tornado, a chatty woman, and a dark secret.

The weekend of April 20, 2018 — the 19th anniversary of Columbine and the day of the National School Walkout — Know Theatre along with theatres across the nation will be using the reading of Gunderson’s new work as theater activism that serves to amplify the voices of those brave children saying “never again.”

As a junior in high school when Columbine happened, Lauren Gunderson was immediately activated. At 17, her efforts through writing and organizing mirrors the efforts of those left in the wake of the Parkland school shooting. Her new play Natural Shocks is a response to the gun violence of nineteen years ago, and the violence of today.

Based on Hamlet’s “To be or not to be,” soliloquy, Natural Shocks is a new 65-minute, tour-de-force play that bursts to life when we meet a woman waiting out an imminent tornado in her basement. She overflows with life, stories, and a final secret that puts the reality of guns in America in your very lap. The play is part confessional, part stand up, and part reckoning.

House opens Saturday April 21st at 2pm, with live music, snacks, specialty cocktails at our bar, and information from representatives from local groups working for women’s rights. The reading will begin at 3pm. Join the Know Theatre, as well as a cast of all-stars including Miranda McGee*, Burgess Byrd*, Lormarev Jones, Maggie Lou Rader*, Lisa DeRoberts, and Regina Pugh* as we attempt to embody the everywoman, and every town. The staged reading is directed by Alice Flanders.

In addition, join the cast, director, and local activists from Women Helping Women for an interactive talkback following the performance.

All tickets are pay what you can, with a suggested donation of $12. Cash, checks and credit cards will be accepted at the door. All proceeds to benefit Women Helping Women, a local group working to prevent gender-based violence and to empower all survivors.

Know Theatre is Cincinnati’s Theatrical Playground. The Know showcases unexpected voices, new works, and plays that embrace the inherent theatricality of the live experience. Know Theatre seeks to be a place where artists and audiences feel welcome to take artistic risks, creating work that is cutting edge and accessible.

Know Theatre’s work is made possible, in part, by the generosity of community contributions to the ArtsWave Campaign.  

The Ohio Arts Council helps fund Know Theatre with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence, and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

Know Theatre is also supported by The Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation, helping to change our communities for the better through collaboration and innovation, and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, which provides a simple, powerful, and highly personal approach to giving.

Know Theatre is a member of Theatre Communications Group and an Associate Member of the National New Play Network.

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Step into the Past to Understand Our Digital Future in ADA AND THE ENGINE

KTC_Ada and the Engine logoADA AND THE ENGINE
by Lauren Gunderson
April 13 – May 12

It’s like Jane Austen meets Steve Jobs in the story of Ada Lovelace –
the world’s first computer programmer

A bright, ambitious young woman. A wary mother, who has seen where too much freedom can lead. A brilliant man, whose ideas are almost revolutionary – almost.

And the legacy of a legendary and deeply flawed father whose genius was matched only by his reputation…

These are the ingredients of Lauren Gunderson’s new play ADA AND THE ENGINE, which follows the extraordinary life and work of Ada Byron Lovelace – whose magnificent mind imagined our digital world more than a century before the dawn of the computer age.

Know Theatre is proud to bring another inspirational tale of a trailblazing woman of science to our stage, following the smash-hit run of Lauren Gunderson’s Silent Sky in 2016. But this time, instead of exploring the cosmos, ADA AND THE ENGINE explores the creativity and ingenuity that would ultimately lead to the digital revolution – starting in the unlikely place of 1830s England.

Ada Byron Lovelace was more than your average high society girl – despite being the daughter of celebrated (but notorious) poet Lord Byron. Pushed by her cautious mother from artistic pursuits into scientific study and mathematical exploration, Ada soon discovered she had a knack for numbers…and that numbers, poetry, and music have more in common than her mother would like her to realize.

Enter Charles Babbage, one of the greatest inventive minds of his age, whom Ada meets at a society party in her late teens. The much older Babbage captures Ada’s imagination with his prototype for a “Thinking Machine” – a device that can take the human error out of calculations by performing them automatically, by machine.

But this story is more than a historical account of an unprecedented scientific discovery – the story of Ada & Babbage is one filled with unrequited love, forbidden poetry, and the consequences of English high society’s extreme pressures.

And like many of Gunderson’s plays in 2016, it’s also full of humor, music, and heart.

Ada and Charles soon discover a profound intellectual connection, which blossoms into an emotional one, as well. But in 19th Century British high society, one cannot always follow one’s heart, even when your soulmate is also your mental match.

Know Theatre brings together the creative team behind 2016’s Silent Sky to uncover this lyrical and romantic tale for you. Producing Artistic Director Andrew Hungerford takes the helm as director, scenic and lighting designer, and is ready to transport you into this sweeping historical drama that is rooted in Victorian England while having its eyes on the future.

And we’ve assembled a cast of Cincinnati all-stars to help him along the way. Tess Talbot makes her return to the Know as Ada Byron Lovelace, after her critically-acclaimed run in our 2017 world premiere of Kara Lee Corthron’s Listen for the Light. Playing both Ada’s embattled mother Lady Byron and pioneering scientist Lady Somerville is the inimitable Annie Fitzpatrick.

Know audiences last saw Brian Griffin in 2013’s wildly acclaimed production of When the Rain Stops Falling, and we are proud to welcome him back as the complicated genius Charles Babbage. And Cary Davenport, last seen in 2016’s rock musical Girlfriend, takes a decidedly different turn as Ada’s devoted-yet-distant husband.

Why is the Know so excited to bring this tale of ingenuity to life, right now? Says Associate Artistic Director Tamara Winters,

“Ada’s story is one that resonates beyond her century – not only because her discoveries were fundamental to the very way our modern society functions, but also because who hasn’t rebelled against being told what her place should be? Who hasn’t felt the pull of a larger purpose, despite society’s pressure to do as you’re told? And who hasn’t yearned for a larger understanding of the world – and fought like hell when they’ve discovered someone who can help them get a glimpse of it?

Ada’s story is both specific and universal – personal, but also world-changing. It’s a story of a phenomenal woman who changed the course of history, but it’s also a story of how the potential to change the world lies in all of us: we just have to look for the spark.”

ADA AND THE ENGINE is the inspirational tale that every lover of poetry, science, and progress is hungering for. Open your mind and your heart at this uplifting new play, onstage April 13 – May 12 – only at the Know.

Cast

  • Tess Talbot as Ada Byron Lovelace
  • Annie Fitzpatrick* as Lady Byron/Lady Somerville
  • Brian Griffin as Charles Babbage
  • Cary Davenport as Lord Lovelace/Man
    *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, appearing under a Special Appearance Contract.

Production Team

  • Director, Scenic & Lighting Designer – Andrew J. Hungerford
  • Scenic Charge & Prop Designer – Sarah Beth Hall
  • Costume Designer – Noelle Johnston
  • Sound Designer – Douglas Borntrager

ADA AND THE ENGINE is made possible with the generous support of Drew Gores & George Warrington, Dan & Fran Bailey, and the Warrington Foundation.

ADA AND THE ENGINE by Lauren Gunderson

  • 8:00 pm  April 13, 14; 18, 19, 20, 21; 25, 26, 27, 28; May 2, 3, 4, 5; 9, 0, 11, 12
  • 3:00 pm  April 15, 22*, 29, May 6
    *A pre-show brunch is available on this date with purchase of $35 “Brunch + Show” tickets in advance. Deadline for brunch reservation is April 16. Brunch provided by Water Tower Fine Wines.

Know Theatre of Cincinnati. 1120 Jackson Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202. In historic Over-the-Rhine.

Tickets

  • $25 regular Price
  • $15 Rush tickets at the door 10 minutes prior to curtain (when available)
  • FREE walk-up tickets are available on Wednesdays, as part of Know’s Welcome Experiment initiative. Advance reservations to Welcome Experiment performances are $5.00.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting knowtheatre.com or calling 513.300.5669 (KNOW).

Know Theatre is Cincinnati’s Theatrical Playground. The Know showcases unexpected voices, new works, and plays that embrace the inherent theatricality of the live experience. Know Theatre seeks to be a place where artists and audiences feel welcome to take artistic risks, creating work that is cutting edge and accessible.

Know Theatre’s work is made possible, in part, by the generosity of community contributions to the ArtsWave Campaign.  

The Ohio Arts Council helps fund Know Theatre with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence, and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

Know Theatre is also supported by The Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation, helping to change our communities for the better through collaboration and innovation, and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, which provides a simple, powerful, and highly personal approach to giving.

Know Theatre is a member of Theatre Communications Group and an Associate Member of the National New Play Network.

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ADA AND THE ENGINE Runs April 13-May 12

KTC_Ada and the Engine logoADA AND THE ENGINE
Know Theatre of Cincinnati
April 13-May 12
[Over-the-Rhine]

Directed by Andrew J. Hungerford

Cast: Tess Talbot, Annie Fitzpatrick, Cary Davenport & Brian Griffin.

As the British Industrial Revolution dawns, young Ada Byron Lovelace (daughter of the flamboyant and notorious Lord Byron) sees the boundless creative potential in the “analytic engines” of her friend and soul-mate, Charles Babbage, inventor of the first mechanical computer. Ada envisions a whole new world where art and information converge – a world she might not live to see. A music-laced story of love, friendship, and the edgiest dreams of the future. Jane Austen meets Steve Jobs in this poignant pre-tech romance heralding the computer age.

  • Fri-Sat, April 13-14 at 8pm
  • Sun, April 15 at 3pm
  • Wed-Sat, April 18-21 at 8pm
  • Sun, April 22 at 3pm
  • Wed-Sat, April 25-28 at 8pm
  • Sun, April 29 at 3pm
  • Wed-Sat, May 2-5 at 8pm
  • Sun, May 6 at 3pm
  • Wed-Sat, May 9-12 at 8pm

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Know Theatre is Proud to Present KILL MOVE PARADISE

A new play by James Ijames
“I remember…the age I learned I was scary.”

 We begin in a space you can’t quite place – is it a skate park? Is it a wave crashing?

In this mysterious location, we meet, one by one, a series of young black men. We don’t know, any more than they do, why they’re here – but over the next 90 minutes, we will discover much that we thought we didn’t know.

KTC_Kill Move Paradise logoDescribed by Philadelphia-based playwright James Ijames as “an expressionistic buzzsaw through the contemporary myth that ‘all lives matter,’” Kill Move Paradise takes an unflinching look at the collateral damage of our biases and our assumptions about young black men.

Audacious, often funny, and totally uncompromising, Ijames’ writing holds a mirror to the ways we rewrite the narrative of the slain – and gives us a chance to see the dead not as degenerates who deserved death, but as heroes who demand that we see them for who they are.

Longtime Know Theatre actor Piper N. Davis takes on a new role as the director of this poetic and powerful new script. And she has assembled a cast of both Know Theatre veterans and newcomers that bring vibrant life to these characters.

Returning to the Know Stage as Isa is local favorite Darnell Pierre Benjamin, currently on stage in Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, and last seen at the Know in 2017’s Listen for the Light. Joining him as Grif is Landon Horton, who made his Know debut in 2016’s BlackTop Sky and starred as the Minotaur in 2017’s Heavier Than…

Two fantastic young actors make their Know Theatre debut with us on Kill Move Paradise: Elliott Young as Daz, and Cincy Shakes company member Crystian Wiltshire as Tiny.

As these four very different men find themselves thrust into this mysterious space, we discover along with them what circumstances dropped them here – and what future lies ahead for the ones cut down too early.

Kill Move Paradise is a love letter to black men, an elegy for the dead, and a call to action for all of us to examine what role we play in the carnage.

Kill Move Paradise is made possible with the generous support of the Mitchell S. & Jacqueline P. Meyers Foundation 

Cast

  • Darnell Pierre Benjamin* as Isa
  • Landon Horton as Grif
  • Elliott Young as Daz
  • Crystian Wiltshire as Tiny
    *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, appearing under a Special Appearance Contract.

Production Team

  • Director – Piper N. Davis
  • Scenic & Lighting Designer – Andrew J. Hungerford
  • Scenic Charge & Prop Designer – Sarah Beth Hall
  • Costume Designer – Noelle Johnston
  • Sound Designer – Douglas Borntrager

Calendar Listing

Production:   Kill Move Paradise by James Ijames

When:

  • 8pm  March 2, 3; 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24
  • 3pm  March 4, 11*, 18
    *A pre-show brunch is available on this date with purchase of $35 “Brunch + Show” tickets in advance. Deadline for brunch reservation is March 5. Brunch provided by Water Tower Fine Wines

Where:
Know Theatre of Cincinnati. 1120 Jackson Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202. In historic Over-the-Rhine.

 Tickets:

  • $25 regular Price
  • $15 Rush tickets at the door 10 minutes prior to curtain (when available)
  • FREE walk-up tickets are available on Wednesdays, as part of Know’s Welcome Experiment initiative. Advance reservations to Welcome Experiment performances are $5.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting knowtheatre.com or calling                              513.300.5669 (KNOW).

Know Theatre is Cincinnati’s Theatrical Playground. The Know showcases unexpected voices, new works, and plays that embrace the inherent theatricality of the live experience. Know Theatre seeks to be a place where artists and audiences feel welcome to take artistic risks, creating work that is cutting edge and accessible. 

Know Theatre’s work is made possible, in part, by the generosity of community contributions to the ArtsWave Campaign 

The Ohio Arts Council helps fund Know Theatre with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence, and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. 

Know Theatre is also supported by The Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation, helping to change our communities for the better through collaboration and innovation, and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, which provides a simple, powerful, and highly personal approach to giving. 

 Know Theatre is a member of Theatre Communications Group and an Associate Member of the National New Play Network. 

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