Since 1991, Stomp— the long-running stage percussion show featuring performers making music using unusual objects— has thrilled audiences, even inspiring some to later become cast members. This is the case for performer Krystal Renée, who was first exposed to Stomp while growing up in New York City. “I remember seeing the ads forStomp when I
Toledoans can experience the magic of this endearingly popular performance when director Jeffrey Buchman’s version is presented by the Toledo Opera on Friday, February 8 and Sunday, February 10.
A Doll’s House Pt. 2, set fifteen years after the initial play’s ending, examines what has happened in the life of Nora and Torvald in the time since she famously slammed the door on their marriage.
Things You Shouldn’t Say!, the irreverent new show from San Francisco-based drag queen troupe The Kinsey Sicks, is as bawdy and shocking as the name implies.
When the Toledo Rep’s production of A Christmas Carol takes to the stage at the Valentine Theatre on November 30, it will mark the 16th year that veteran actor Paul Causman will portray Ebenezer Scrooge. Well, actually the 17th year. But Causman himself doesn’t count the first one. It was back in 1987 when Causman–then