This month, the Toledo Repertoire Theatre is extending its season, offering audiences the chance to experience three classics in LGBTQ-centric theater. The Rainbow Series at the Toledo Rep kicks off April 6 and runs for three weekends, with presentations of Larry Kramer’s “The Normal Heart” (1985), Lillian Helman’s “The Children’s Hour” (1934) and Paul Rudnick’s
When Linda Parra moved to Toledo in 2000 and didn’t find a single Spanish station on the local radio, her mission to start one of her own was decided. “I thought, ‘Something has to happen here,’” Parra said. After launching a radio show in 2005 at the University of Toledo, she also founded Nuestra Gente
How do we handle loss and loneliness? What is the future role of technology in our lives? These are just two of the ethical questions explored during the Actors Collaborative Toledo staged readings of contemporary plays The Realistic Joneses and The Nether. The readings will be staged February 16-24 at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 316
Speakers will discuss progressive opportunities, community alliances, how far society has come regarding women in hijab, and how far we still have to go.
Dr. Stanley Gehrt, this year’s keynote speaker and expert on wildlife ecology, presents, “Ghost Dogs: Living with Urban Coyotes,” an inside look at the habits and patterns of coyotes living in metro areas.