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 4
NKU show heads for Chicago
'Tuna' puts a twist in Christmas cheer

N O V E M B E R   2 0 0 4
Classics, comedies claim holiday stages
Choreographer close to 'Brigadoon'

O C T O B E R   2 0 0 4

War puts 'Crucible' in another context
Seeing 'Galileo' is in the stars
'Elegies' celebrates life's 'infinite joy'
Brothers' play just the way they like it
Women's group launches readings

S E P T E M B E R   2 0 0 4
Stage Left events return to Playhouse
Angel Reda loving life on the 'Chicago' road
In Love With Shakespeare's Labors - Young actors such as Joe Sofranko are keeping the Bard contemporary on area stages

A U G U S T   2 0 0 4
Water will ring 'Twelfth Night' stage
'Abracadabra!' casts special magical spell
Hamilton Civic makes home of old movie house
20/20 fest to party arty
Starting dance troupe scary, founder says
NKU Dinner Theatre closes strong
N.Y. reviews in on Randolph's 'Squeeze'
'Side Show' showcases class act
Get to Know's 'Wonder of the World'
'Fallen Angels' is Ovation Theatre at its very best
'Mamma Mia!' brings dancer home for a week
Uncensored trio to debut Creative Asylum Friday
St. Ursula troupe takes their 'Heart' to Scotland

J U L Y   2 0 0 4
'Ragtime' veteran returns to stage as love interest in 'Side Show'
Educational Theatre turns 75
Educational Theatre turns 75
Education series to continue until 'no dummies left' in city

J U N E   2 0 0 4
Education series to continue until 'no dummies left' in city
Fringe Festival founders can give themselves a hand

M A Y   2 0 0 4
Fringe wraps successful debut
Rewards of award - 'Huge' Tony honor for Playhouse promises to benefit city
Playwright in the Know Theatre groove
CSF to reunite Dubin, Davies for two plays

A P R I L   2 0 0 4
'Love Song' wins critics' group prize

M A R C H   2 0 0 4
Terrific storyteller Kling closes alteractive season with 'Baseball'
Hollis directs Visual Fringe
Alteractive 'Babes'

F E B R U A R Y  2 0 0 4
'Servers' get chance to strut in CCM's senior showcase
Time to start bragging
'Reverend Mom' makes 'Nunsense'

J A N U A R Y   2 0 0 4
Lots of 'dummies' eager to learn

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