Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

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Ensemble Theatre is committed to the work that must be done for a more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible future.

Our commitment to social change.

As a theatre with a social conscience, Ensemble Theatre was founded on the idea that every voice should be heard. That ideal still stands strong today, but with much more urgency. We are committed to doing the work in our world that must be done to integrate all voices, all perspectives, and all experiences on our stage as well as off.

We have come together as an organization to commit to anti-racism and the Black Lives Matter movement; our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access plan; and the acknowledgment of the Indigenous land on which we practice our art.

Two men laying on a white tile floor, one man's head in the other's lap, lovingly gazing at one another

Photo credits | Masthead, Gavin Lawrence in The Mountaintop (Ryan Kurtz); Patrick Earl Phillips and Kadeem Ali Harris in Love and Information (Mikki Schaffner); DEIA, Gavin Lawrence in Thurgood (Ryan Kurtz); Anti-racism, Angelica Santiago and Jay Wade in Pipeline (Ryan Kurtz); Land Acknowledgment, set of My Name is Asher Lev (Ryan Kurtz); About, set of The Whipping Man (Brian Ambs).