The Liberty

Clifton Performance Theatre

Clifton Performance Theatre / Clifton Players is the lead organization of The Liberty.

Upcoming Performances at the Liberty

April 27 – May 12. 
It’s New Years Eve at the British Museum and everyone is preparing for a very special night. Tonight’s gala is to unveil the newest archeological find for the museum: Apollo’s lost Kylix. As the legend goes, the Kylix is an oracle that would show the Greeks who their soul mate was. Is there any truth to this tale? Will the prestigious intellects at the museum get caught up in its spell? Relationships and sanity get tested in this 1930’s style screwball comedy. Fast paced and fun, “Champagne Gods” is sure to delight all ages. Coming this Spring to The Liberty Exhibition Hall. The professional premier of “Champagne Gods” is presented by the Clifton Players. Join us at the historic Liberty Exhibition Hall in Northside, newly opened to the public after 73 years. 


Once upon a time in the village of Clifton... the city of Cincinnati, there was a talented actress with a dream of starting her own theatre.

The Clifton Players and Clifton Performance Theatre was founded by Artistic Director, Carol Brammer.

Carol’s skills on stage and teaching youth are well-known in the greater Cincinnati theatre community, and beyond.

Clifton Performance Theatre's 9 year youth programs have proven very successful with helping young people grow in their social skills and theatrical talent.


Classes with Cpt at The Liberty

"Telling the truth": The Meisner Technique for children. A series of acting exercises. Ages 10-15.

Walking away from this class your child will be a stronger actor and   a more self-aware human being.  Student use monologues and scene studies and improvisation games to unlock the imagination, memorize text and understand the relationship between listening and storytelling.


Treasure Chest Theatre. Ages 3-7. Saturday 10am-11am, 6 weeks.

Our treasure trunk provides a  focus for each class, concealing something mysterious and exciting. We open the trunk to discover the items that inspires that day’s adventure in theater. We will create characters and develop a story to act out each class time. Students learn stage terms and technique,how to be an  ensemble and use their voices, bodies and imaginations.


Musical Theater Lab. Ages 9-15. Meeting twice a week for an hour and a half.

This class is designed to have the students create an original work including the storyline and characters.  With our Director and play write's  guidance the students will contribute their own creative ideas and talents.

Within our 6 weeks we will write and perform  our very own musical theatre production. In addition to the writing and acting exercises the students focus will include improvisation, singing and dancing, crafting props and sets construction.

Contact Clifton Performance Theatre

Artistic Director, Carol Brammer

513.813.SHOW (7469)

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