Queen City Flash

Queen City Flash is Cincinnati's Flash Mob theater company presenting a form of theatrical presentation new to Cincinnati while also offering free community performances to under-served communities in the Greater Cincinnati area.

Queen City Flash's first production, THE COMPLETE TOM, is a new, expanded look at Mark Twain's writings on Tom Sawyer, pulling together alternate sources and combining them with his classic novels. THE COMPLETE TOM is a four play cycle and will be presented throughout the 2014-2015 season at various locations. 

Your Secret Performance Location Revealed:

Bellevue Hill Park (Clifton Heights)

2191 Ohio Ave | Cincinnati, OH 45219 

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stone pavillion

Step #1: Pack Your Car

Bring a picnic! Bug repellent is provided.

Remember: Seating for tonight's performance is not provided, so consider bringing a blanket or chair.

Put 2191 Ohio Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45219 in your GPS. Please park in the parking lot located to your immediate right when you enter the park. From the parking lot walk towards the spaceship - like pavilion, we will be set up to the left of it. 

Be sure to leave with plenty of time to enjoy the area before the 7:30 p.m. performance. Need directions? You can find a Google map here.

Step 2: Look for the "Front Desk"

Look for Aly at the "front desk." She will check you in and show you where to set up camp.

There will also be complimentary bottled water and baked goods available at the desk!

Step 3: Search for Clues!

Enjoy THE COMPLETE TOM: 4. DETECTIVE while watching the sunset! The show begins at 7:30 p.m. and is roughly 90 minutes long.

Post, Tag, Like and Filter throughout the show! Don't forget to tag us at #TomFlashesCincy and @QueenCityFlash
 
 

A Friendly Reminder:
We are racing the sun this evening. Tonight's performance will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. as we are unable to "hold" the sunset. Thank you, and see you there!

 
"Tom Sawyer! Tom Sawyer! Shut up everybody, and let him go on! Go on, Tom Sawyer!" Which made him feel uncommon bully, for it was nuts for Tom Sawyer to be a public character that-away, and a hero, as he calls it. - Chapter XI

"Tom Sawyer! Tom Sawyer! Shut up everybody, and let him go on! Go on, Tom Sawyer!" Which made him feel uncommon bully, for it was nuts for Tom Sawyer to be a public character that-away, and a hero, as he calls it.

- Chapter XI