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 3
Playhouse true to Dickens

N O V E M B E R   2 0 0 3
Creator of 'Metamorphoses' to explain herself at Playhouse

O C T O B E R   2 0 0 3
UC actress carries Elektra power - Role in Greek tragedy brings out rebel side
CCM grad gets break on Broadway
Waters shares backstage view of 'Hairspray'
Becoming 'Man of La Mancha' took 30 years

S E P T E M B E R   2 0 0 3
'Lady' brings actor back home
Teen unleashes his dream in 'Songs'
Mainstream no place for Know Theatre Tribe

A U G U S T   2 0 0 3
Great Dames & Good Plays
Guthrie wrapped up in 'Dream'
CSF erases red ink, spiffing up theater
'Abracadabra!' director works his own magic
'Fishman' dream role for actress

J U L Y   2 0 0 3
Activists hurry to turn mansion into arts center
It's time to compete, Cincinnati
Women's Theater Initiative first in America to put on 'In Flame'
SCPA 'popera' tells Over-the-Rhine story

J U N E   2 0 0 3
Arts revolution progressing, with plenty to consider
Brochure makes waves for Playhouse
Rosenthal Center bash shows what downtown could offer
'Graduate' comes to Aronoff- Linda Gray plays Mrs. Robinson

M A Y   2 0 0 3
Posters showcase local art
Theater can counter 'youth drain'
Theater scene needs lots of 'ambassadors'
Downtown theater scene needs monetary impetus

A P R I L   2 0 0 3
Quality theater 'scene' needs energy from everyone
Y.E.S. festival begins at NKU; CCM finds 'Diviners'
Proposed arts grants face City Hall
Ensemble Theatre eyes Covington

M A R C H   2 0 0 3
New festival will showcase theater from the fringes
In times like these, art matters more than ever
Playhouse booking good for local playwrights
Children's Theatre rocks 'n' rolls with updated 'Peter Cottontail'
East meets West in Playhouse's 'Pacific Overtures'

F E B R U A R Y  2 0 0 3
Do you know where your arts dollars go?
Tarbell promises buzz at council's arts meeting
Controversial 'Paradise' to have public reading

J A N U A R Y   2 0 0 3
'Moon Over Buffalo' is 'all worth it'
Local theater's latest power plays
Arts first in line to meet challenge of turning city's vision into reality
CCM's 'Moveable Feast' returning
2003 takes off with 12 entertaining weeks on stage

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