Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati, Cincinnati

Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati, Cincinnati

Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati was founded in 1986. It is located in the Over-the-Rhine district about three blocks east of Washington Park. The theatre has 182 seats for intimate performances and a full-service bar.

Over-the-Rhine is a hip neighborhood full of arts, dining, restaurants and historic buildings. The Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati stands out with its large columns and etched stone that offer a fusion of architectural styles.

The buildings now occupied by the Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati were built in 1904 and 1912. The two buildings were originally a bank and a department store. Though they have been converted to theatre space, some of the early features remain in place. For instance, the bank vault walls and chimney flutes have been incorporated into the eclectic design.

Visitors can attend a show or simply stop by the Ensemble Theatre to admire architecture of days gone by.

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Sight Name: Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati
Sight Location: Cincinnati, USA (See walking tours in Cincinnati)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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