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
In 1971, Carole King released her second album, Tapestry, which earned the 29-year-old singer-songwriter worldwide recognition. Not bad, but also almost the norm for Carole. Her career really began over a decade earlier when the 17-year-old wrote her first number one hit for the Shirelles, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”. Those early days of her career
For Matt Foss, assistant professor of theatre at the University of Toledo, the upcoming production of David Auburn’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Proof” at the UT Center for Performing Arts comes at an extremely exciting time— not just for himself, but for the program as a whole.
“La donna e mobile” is perhaps the most famous single piece in all of opera, despite the fact that it is frequently presented out of context. The tune, a bouncy aria performed by the Duke in Giuseppe Verdi’s masterpiece Rigoletto, has been utilized in everything from movies to spaghetti commercials. But within the original show,
The lesser-known story of an astronomer named Henrietta Swan Leavitt is the focus of the playwright Lauren Gunderson’s Silent Sky, which will make its Toledo debut on Friday, January 12 as part of the Valentine Theatre Studio Series.