Mamma Mia, the 1999 musical, featuring the music of Swedish pop group ABBA, has been a phenomenon, with productions all over the world and a hit 2008 film adaptation, which has a sequel, “Here We Go Again,” coming out later this summer.
Dr. Matt Donahue estimates that he has 200 different t-shirts in his personal collection; Seeing the collection, that number seems low. Showing off his gaggle of shirts to start his new short documentary, “The Amsterdam T-Shirt Project,”
One of the most enduring—and endearing—characters in musical history, her sweet disposition and eternal optimism has resonated with audiences for over 50 years. And soon, Charity will return to a Glass City stage.
Kuchle has seen the impact that Call of the Scenic River has on audiences, and she is looking forward to seeing how the audience at the Maumee Indoor Theatre responds.
The property, on the south shore of Sandusky Bay, over 600 acres of
wetlands— a marsh of water and vegetation that harkens to the swamp that was northwest Ohio before humans transformed it into something more hospitable, yet potentially damaging to the ecosystem. Years of neglect left the once lush acreage in poor health but Eric Kraus has set out to change that.
Short films, feature-lengths, documentaries and more will be represented at the third annual Glass City Film Festival (GCFF) beginning on May 17.