During the aftermath of World War I, President Woodrow Wilson referred to it as the “war to end all wars”. Like many of Wilson’s views, he was proven wrong, though at the time, the destruction of old world Europe was difficult to describe in any other way. The University of Toledo’s Drama Department pays homage
The popular musical, A Chorus Line will make a four show appearance in Monroe. With catchy songs and impressive dancing, the play takes on the ups and downs of life on the Broadway stage with memorable tunes like “I Hope I Get It” and “The Music and the Mirror”. So kick up your heels and
Since 1996 the Broadway musical Chicago has been welcomed and adored by international audiences for its powerful homage to the Windy City’s 1920s nightclub scene. The story follows the lovable and troubled Roxie Hart and how misfortune leads her on a musical journey through corruption in the criminal justice system and shady nightlife surrounding Post
In movies, bipolar disorder is often depicted with bizarre and off-base representations of sexually promiscuous, Jekyll and Hyde-type young women. Not very often does a work of fiction touch on the familial impact of mental health through sympathetic characters. In Next to Normal, an Off-Broadway rock musical, portrays the story of a mother, with worsening
Staged readings are lo-fi theatre productions. Actors perform a theatrical reading of a script without many props, costumes or set elements, allowing the audience to be drawn in through the words and the plot, making for a raw and edgy production. Ghost Light Theatre, named for the tradition of leaving a light on after the
In 1927, German physicist Werner Heisenberg introduced his most famous theory, the Uncertainty Principle. The basic idea is that it is impossible to measure multiple properties of an object— position and movement, for example— simultaneously.
Growing up in Dallas, Texas, the touring actress spent a lot of her time taking dance classes and the occasional voice lesson as a young girl. When she was 14, she met actress and dancer Ann Reinking at a summer program, who was the artistic director of. There, she was introduced to Fosse style and musical theater, which Croman recalls an eye-opening experience.
Kicking off Toledo Opera’s 2018-19 season and 60th anniversary, is The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The German masterpiece, written in 1791, follows Prince Tamino and his sidekick, Papageno on a journey to save Pamina from the high priest, Sarastro. Through trials and song, the comedic story is told, portending a happy ending. $40-$90.
Actors Collaborative Toledo (ACT) presents An Act of God at the beginning of October. The hilarious staged reading entails the answers to all of mankind’s deepest questions, presented by God himself and his devoted angels. After so many millennia, humans finally gain answers, some maybe they didn’t want to hear.
On Saturday, September 29, the Collingwood Arts Center will host the first Toledo Fringe Fest, a celebration of diverse artistic displays not normally seen by area audiences.
Now that summer is winding down, are you starting to think about Christmas? Well, if you want to star in Toledo Rep’s A Christmas Carol, then you better. The Rep is looking for passionate performers to play the roles in this timeless tale following Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformation from hating the jolly holiday, to