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Pulitzer Prize-winning drama 'Our Town’ kicks off CCM’s 2021-22...

September 22, 2021

Event: September 29, 2021 12:00 AM

UC’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) opens its 2021-22 CCMONSTAGE Play Series with Thornton Wilders’ Our Town, running Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 2021 with a preview performance on Wednesday, Sept. 29. An American classic, Our Town follows two Grover’s Corners neighbors as they experience love, life and loss — reminding us of the universal experiences we all share as we move through the highs and lows of life.

View digital programs for upcoming CCM performances

September 10, 2021

Beginning this fall, the UC College-Conservatory of Music will offer digital programs for all of its free and ticketed events in place of printed programs. These paperless programs will be available on CCM's website, and they can also be accessed via smartphone or mobile device by scanning the Quick Response (QR) code displayed outside of each CCM performance venue. Programs for ticketed events will be shared closer to each specific event date.

CCM Idea Lab music video receives NATAS Student Production Award...

September 3, 2021

Faculty and students at UC’s College-Conservatory of Music are collaborating on innovative multimedia projects in the CCM Idea Lab. The cross disciplinary class explores technical, artistic and philosophical questions to create short performance pieces that showcase the work of students and faculty from CCM Lighting Design and Technology, Sound Design and Technology, Technical Direction, Stage Management, Dance, Acting, Voice, Musical Theatre and Media Production.

WVXU: Podcast showcases CCM's pipeline to entertainment industry

June 21, 2021

The School, Stage & Screen podcast created by UC College-Conservatory of Music alumni takes listeners inside the entertainment industry with stories and advice from Broadway performers, television actors, movie producers, make-up artists and more. WVXU's Cincinnati Edition recently featured the podcast in an interview with co-hosts Brian J. Leitten (BFA E-Media, ’02) and Dylan Mulvaney (BFA Musical Theatre, ’19).

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