When a husband and wife meet their new next door neighbors— a standard setup in pop culture theater— there’s a sly acknowledgement of how cliche this premise could be.
Moviegoers who attended area festivals, like the Maumee Film Fest and the recent Glass City Film Festival, have been treated to a short but effective chiller called “Waiting,” about a doctor desperate to contact his wife in the afterlife.
The first youth shelter for LGBTQ+ individuals in the Toledo area, the Harvey House is established as a place where young people can find non-judgmental support and safety. As part of Pride month in June, a special event designed to raise money for the House, as well as to inspire attendees, a “Drag Show for Harvey House”, will take place at Legends Showclub on Erie Street.
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.