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Chameleon: The Lucretia Bowman Story

August 9, 2019 - August 11, 2019

Aronoff Center

Lucretia Bowman Story Cincinnati
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Things can happen in childhood that set us on a collision course with life. The Lucretia Bowman Story Cincinnati performance brings this reality to the stage.

Based on a true story of Lucretia Bowman, Chameleon is a one-woman show detailing how the trauma from Adverse Childhood Experiences forced Lucretia to create her own methods of survival to deal with abandonment, pain, fear, and incarceration with a climactic moment where she makes a challenging decision to be free from it all. Get your tickets now to the Lucretia Bowman Story Cincinnati performance.


Ticket prices are $25 and can be purchased online, by calling 513-621-2787 or visiting the Aronoff Box Office.
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Performance Schedule
Friday, August 9 at 12 p.m.
Saturday, August 10 at 3 p.m.
Sunday, August 11 at 3 p.m.


Will Call Tickets
Will-Call tickets can be picked up at the Ticket Office when you attend the performance. Allow plenty of time to ensure you are seated before the performance begins, as for some performances, the will-call line may be quite long. Please bring a valid picture ID.


Tickets for Children
Every person attending a performance must have a ticket. For family-friendly shows, everyone, including small children who are seated on a parent’s lap, is required to have a ticket.


With more than 6,000 parking spaces within a two-block radius, there are a variety of parking options for guests attending performances at the Aronoff Center. Valet parking is available on Seventh Street just east of Walnut Street and opens one hour prior to performance times. Guests may use any of the valet services around the Aronoff Center located at many restaurants, and these valet times vary. For more detailed parking information, click here.


Where to eat?
There are many diverse dining options within close proximity of the Aronoff Center, take a look at their list. Consider making reservations early, as many downtown restaurants fill up quickly on show nights, especially on weekends.


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