Celebrate 76 years of Clara, Mother Goose, the Sugar Plum Fairy, and more during the Toledo Ballet’s Nutcracker, the longest-running annual production in the country.
While we love the festive spirit, sometimes we need a break from the cheer. Turn “ho ho ho’s” into “ha ha ha’s” during Keith Bergman’s hometown stop during his tour for “The Goldfish,” his newly released, hour-long stand-up comedy DVD. Hear fresh material from Bergman, his tourmate and pal Sophie Hughes, watch the DVD on
For those Nutcracker enthusiasts out there— and you know who you are—this season provides three separate occasions for you to get crackin’ on holiday celebrations.
The fine thespians of the Toledo Rep will perform their 30th annual stage production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Big Apple gangsters, gamblers and characters of the underworld will head to the River Raisin Centre for the Arts for the 1950’s musical favorite Guys and Dolls.
One of London’s West End Theatre’s longest-running plays, The Woman in Black makes its way to The Valentine Theatre’s Studio A, a black box venue. Suspenseful, Victorian, and oh-so-seasonably scary, this gothic nightmare, directed by Elizabeth Cottle, tells the tale of a young attorney who visits the haunted, turn-of-the-20th-century estate of a recently deceased widow.
The two couples could not be more dissimilar. One is conservative, the other liberal. They come from completely different social classes. One couple loves the University of Michigan, while the other two are die-hard OSU supporters. A quirk of science throws these two pairs together and forces them to deal with one another in Human
Dig out that dusty stage play you wrote back in college or during that one summer when you were feeling especially dramatic— The Toledo Rep wants to see it. “Toledo Voices” is the Rep’s ongoing program aimed at local would-be playwrights who want to see their unproduced works performed via a series of readings at