Presenting our 2021 Summer Season
Performances will be:
July 1st-3rd, 2021
July 9th-11th, 2021
All performances will take place at The Carnegie located at 1028 Scott Blvd.,
Covington, KY 41011
By Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel, is a deeply moving play inspired by the true events surrounding the controversial 1923 Broadway debut of Sholem Asch’s God of Vengeance—a play seen by some as a seminal work of Jewish culture, and by others as an act of traitorous libel. INDECENT charts the history of an incendiary drama and the path of the artists who risked their careers and lives to perform it.
Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Book by John August
Performances will be:
July 16th-18th, 2021
July 23rd-25th, 2021
All performances will take place at Highlands High School located at 2400 Memorial Pkwy.,
Fort Thomas, KY 41075
Based on the celebrated novel by Daniel Wallace and the acclaimed film directed by Tim Burton, BIG FISH tells the story of Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman who lives life to its fullest…and then some! Edward’s incredible, larger-than-life stories thrill everyone around him—most of all, his devoted wife Sandra. But their son Will, about to have a child of his own, is determined to find the truth behind his father’s epic tales. Overflowing with heart and humor, BIG FISH is an extraordinary musical that reminds us why we love going to the theatre—for an experience that’s richer, funnier and bigger than life itself.
Post Show Programming
Purchase tickets to Indecent on the dates below and you will receive complimentary admission to the post show events. Don't miss out on these unique programs!
July 1: Queen City Klezmorim
Queen City Klezmorim is a Cincinnati-based Klezmer band specializing in traditional Klezmer and Yiddish music. They provide a lively toe-tapping energy at weddings, bar mitzvahs, parties, and concerts.
Klezmer music today draws from Eastern European and Ottoman Empire roots, with influences from the Yiddish theater as well as American Jazz.
Members performing at the Carnegie include Laura Sabo, clarinet; Claire Lee, piano; and Jerry Kay, percussion.
July 10: Talkback with Rabbi Ken Kanter
Kenneth A. Kanter is Rabbinic Director of Roots of Reform Judaism, formerly called the Society for Classical Reform Judaism, an organization encouraging the historical, liturgical and social justice heritage of Reform Judaism. For the past 15 years, he served as faculty member, Associate Dean and Director of the Rabbinical School at the Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Rabbi Kanter received his B.A. degree in Jewish and American History from Harvard University in 1974, his M.A.H.L. degree from Hebrew Union College in 1978, was ordained in 1980, and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity from HUC-JIR in May, 2005. In June of 2005, Rabbi Kanter concluded thirteen years as Founding Rabbi of Congregation Micah of Nashville, Tennessee.
Rabbi Kanter served for ten years as Rabbi of Chattanooga’s Mizpah Congregation. Previously he served as Assistant Rabbi at Congregation Ohabai Sholom, in Nashville, and as Jewish Chaplain and Adjunct Professor at Vanderbilt University. Kanter is an internationally known lecturer and author of books, journals and articles focusing on the Jewish contribution to American popular music from the 1840’s to the 1940’s. His first book, The Jews on Tin Pan Alley, was published in 1982. He contributed to several journals in the field of Jewish history and religion. Kanter’s second book to which he contributed, Jewish-American History and Culture, was published in 1992. His third encyclopedia contribution, to The Encyclopedia of Jewish American Popular Culture, was published in 2009.
Kanter is married to Dr. Toni Schklar Kanter, PhD. They have three children and two grandchildren.