May 5, 2020
Impossible Dream/All Shook Up UPDATE-

To our friends of Cincinnati Landmark Productions:

On behalf of the staff, board and volunteers of this organization, I sincerely and primarily hope you and yours are safe and healthy during this difficult time. Our profound gratitude goes out to medical professionals, first responders and other essential workers on the frontlines of this COVID-19 pandemic.

We had hoped to know by now some basic but realistic timeline for re-opening – even in limited ways – our venues and our programming. As I sit here today, we continue to have no such timeline. 

As such, we must make the difficult decision to cancel the scheduled run of IMPOSSIBLE DREAM: CELEBRATING 100 SHOWS AT THE COVEDALE, which was designed to replace the April run of ALL SHOOK UP. We have no way of getting this new production on its feet this month, even if the mass gathering ban were to be lifted in time to re-open our doors.

With the cancellation of this production, we are asking you to please consider donating the value of your ALL SHOOK UP/IMPOSSIBLE DREAM tickets to Cincinnati Landmark Productions to help us through this difficult period.  This would be considered a tax-deductible donation and you would receive official correspondence of this for your records if requested.

Until and unless we hear from you, in the meantime, your account in the Cincinnati Landmark Productions ticketing system would be credited the amount of your ticket purchase. This could be used for (1) additional tickets to future productions or (2) as a credit for future subscriptions at either the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater or at the Covedale Center for the Performing Arts. 

Contact the Box Office at (513) 241-6550 – 11am to 5pm, Monday through Friday – if you wish to make the donation or to make other plans as needed. Or email:

Stay tuned, though, because we really want to celebrate with you the milestone of our 100th show at the Covedale Center. We’re hopeful we can try the idea again in the future, and we’ll alert you when we do! 

Be safe and we’ll see you again at the theater soon! 

Tim Perrino

Executive Artistic Director