Upcoming Productons

October 31 at 7 p.m.

Mary Shelley's classic brought to radio in a fresh and modern new World Premiere adaptation by Candice Handy and Brian Isaac Phillips. Fresh off of last year's World Premiere adaptation of "The War of the Worlds" listen as the story you thought you knew comes to life in new and surprising ways. Perfect for Halloween!

November 14 at 7 p.m.

The secret marriage of a king's daughter sets off a chain reaction of slander, jealousy, and divine intervention in this quirky romance. With a cast that includes an evil stepmother, scheming suitor, and devoted lovers, the drama is heightened by duels, kidnappings, and disguised identities. "Cymbeline" offers captivating storytelling that is crowned by the beauty of its language. A moving story of loss and redemption, "Cymbeline" promises that a leap of faith can lead to miracles.

December 12 at 7 p.m.

What do you get when you combine a shipwreck, a cross-dressed Lady, a lovelorn Lord, a fickle Countess, a drunken uncle, a flamboyant fop, an uptight servant, a mischievous clown, a protective pirate and an identical twin? You get the kind of delightfully and deliciously twisted knot that only Shakespeare can untie in one of the Bard's most lively, lovely, and lyrical comedies, "Twelfth Night."


Past Productons

August 30 at 7 p.m.

What happens when feuding faeries meddle in the love lives of human couples? Comical adventures, mistaken identities, and a silly play-within-a-play! Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's Jeremy Dubin adapted and directs this special radio production.

October 30 at 7 p.m.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company presents a 1-hour radio version of The War of the Worlds in partnership with WVXU.

February 14 at 7 p.m.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company presents one of the most beloved romantic tragedies in Shakespeare's canon, Romeo and Juliet, the tale of Bard's star-crossed lovers.

March 14 at 7 p.m.

Join WVXU and Cincinnati Shakespeare Company for an hour-long radio adaptation of The Bard's epic tale of conspiracy, power, and political idolatry that feels hauntingly familiar to today's world.

April 18 at 7 p.m.

From Cincinnati Shakespeare Company: When their war of wits comes to a head, their friends decide there's only one thing to be done: trick the hapless couple into falling hopelessly love.

May 9 at 7 p.m.

Betrayal, love, bloodshed and tragedy adorn the path in this chilling, supernatural tale, leaving us wondering how far Macbeth will go to get what she wants.

June 13 at 7 p.m.

The bawdy, bombastic, and chronically cash-poor Sir John Falstaff has been causing problems in the quiet town of Windsor. When his massive bar tab outstrips his meager means, he needs to raise some cash—and quick.

July 11 at 7 p.m.

The prodigal Prince Hal has cast off the unruly companions of his youth and ascended to the throne of England. But the country is bankrupt and civil unrest bubbles just under the surface.

August 8 at 7 p.m.

With an insinuation here, a whisper there, and the duplicitous deployment of a purloined handkerchief, Iago masterfully plays on the virtues and vulnerabilities of our tragic hero, weaving with Machiavellian glee "the net that shall enmesh them all."

September 12 at 7 p.m.

When fate places all his old enemies within his reach, Prospero summons a magical storm that brings them crashing down onto his shores.

October 10 at 7 p.m.

Murder, mayhem, and mutilation abound as Roman general Titus Andronicus returns victorious from 10 years of war with his archnemesis Tamora Queen of the Goths in tow and in chains. But when Rome's rash and impetuous new Emperor decides not only to free her, but to marry her and make her his queen, she embarks upon a remorseless course of revenge.