“Yes” isn’t just an answer. In improv, “yes” does a whole lot more. When performing, if an actor says “no,” the scene will end because it has nowhere to go. On the flip side, if you say “yes,” the scene continues. This is one of many fundamentals improv comedian Nick Morgan teaches during his Improv
If you’ve ever seen Downton Abbey, or nearly any film that is set in early England, you’ve likely watched couples facing one another and dancing down a line of people. The style, called contra dancing, is alive and well here in Toledo. From New England to Toledo Northwest Ohio Traditional Music and Dance (NOTMAD), is a local nonprofit
Still “Odd” After All These Years: The Village Players celebrate 60th season with Neil Simon’s classicMarch 7, 2017
For more than 50 years, Neil Simon’s classic play “The Odd Couple” has enchanted audiences with its tale of two mismatched friends moving in together following their individual divorces. A film adaptation, sitcom, sequel and numerous spin-offs would follow as Felix and Oscar became a permanent fixture on the pop culture landscape. So it’s little
In a time where public discourse is less and less civil, Spoken Toledo— the Ohio Theatre’s quarterly storytelling series— could not be timelier with its upcoming event: “Don’t Be a Jerk.”
“Angel Street” tells the Victorian-era story of a villainous husband who is slowly driving his wife mad in order to suit his own nefarious ends.