J A C K I E   D E M A L I N E   •   T H E A T E R

Theater critic and arts reporter Jackie Demaline has been with The Cincinnati Enquirer since 1994, following seven years as entertainment editor of the Albany Times-Union in upstate New York. In 1998 the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists named her the state's top arts reporter.

Her column philosophy: I believe arts change lives and that arts matter to every community. So every Sunday my aim is to tell readers what's most significant in the arts in our community. Arts are about politics and education and suburbs and downtown development and everyday people, not just what's on more formal stages.

Her reviewing philosophy: I want to put you in the seat next to me. I want to be surprised and provoked, to think and feel. I want you to respond to my writing and I strive to be consistent so that, like me or hate me, you can use me as a guideline.

E-mail: jdemaline@yahoo.com, phone: (513) 768-8530, fax: (513) 768-8330, mail: Jackie Demaline, Tempo, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202.



D E C E M B E R   2 0 0 1
Variety took center stage in 2001 Dec 30
Town arts meeting generates good ideas Dec 16
ETC interns remember 9/11 Dec 9
Tarbell determined to back arts Dec 2

N O V E M B E R   2 0 0 1
Play-goers want audiences to wake up Nov 25
Theater Nov 18
Town meeting on arts slated Nov 11
Theater Nov 4

O C T O B E R   2 0 0 1
Statewide survey of arts revealing, dismaying to some Oct 21
Kids dinner theater gets second act Oct 14
'Fishman' catches producer's eye Oct 7

S E P T E M B E R  2 0 0 1
City curfew leaves theaters scrambling Sep 30
Arts can help put events in perspective Sep 16
The arts Sep 9
Stellar lineup for strong fall season Sep 2

A U G U S T  2 0 0 1
Season's shining stars deserve standing ovation Aug 26
New Edgecliff back to gritty roots Aug 19
Indianapolis on fast track to cultural tourism Aug 12

J U L Y   2 0 0 1
Summer filled with aging 'family' fare July 22
Non-Equity 'Music Man' could hit the wrong notes July 8
Here are 10 best reasons to hit summer stages July 1

J U N E   2 0 0 1
Projects mean hope for struggling arts community Jun. 17
Playwrights await works' premieres Jun. 3

M A Y   2 0 0 1
Hate crime inspires theater group talks May 27
Civil unrest puts theaters in danger May 20
Community gets passionate about playwriting May 13
Carroll in town for 'Piano Lesson' May 6

A P R I L   2 0 0 1
Ovation unveils Tolkein fantasy Apr. 29
Apathy kills foundering regional board Apr. 22
Curfew creates scheduling chaos Apr. 15
Children's Theatre looks to grow Apr. 8
Spend lucky 13 weeks playing around Apr. 1

M A R C H   2 0 0 1
'Retrenching' RCA skips D.C. trip Mar. 25
'Senior Showcase' gives CCM stars chance to shine Mar. 18
Blown away by the Windy City Mar. 11
Student actors explore 'Laramie' Mar. 4

F E B R U A R Y   2 0 0 1
Director checks into 'Grand Hotel' Feb. 18
New look at Shakespeare's son nets Feb. 12
Turning theater from hobby to career Feb. 4

J A N U A R Y   2 0 0 1
Theaters run up winning stats Jan. 28
Theater has off-Broadway feel Jan. 21
Playwright, director click online Jan. 14
'Songs' hits right note Jan. 7

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