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The Waterville Playshop presents the Fiddler on the Roof

Home is where the heart is, as the Waterville Playshop introduces their rendition of Fiddler on the Roof, the heartwarming tale of Tevye, a Jewish farmer raising his lovelorn daughters during pre-revolutionary Russia. When their village is threatened and they are all forced to move, Tevye must find a way to keep his family together

The Black Swamp Players present The Dixie Swim Club

Getting old typically means gaining weight, and we’re not just talking about your body. As you age, concerns get heavier, and those adolescent weekends spent walking on air start to feel impossible. See five Southern women, who became fast-friends three decades ago on a college swim team, learn how to let things go so they

Toledo-native’s improv comedy troupe makes a stop in Toledo

Some performances require less preparation than others. For energetic comedians who prefer to go paperless, improv is a go-to for going off script. Join Toledo-native Stefan Gearhart during his hometown debut as his improv comedy troupe Damaged Goods stops in town for two shows during their Dam Good Tour. Enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as

Uncanny Valley presented by the Actors Collaborative Toledo

What makes us human: our consciousness or our body? Actors Collaborative Toledo will ask audiences this question during their next production, “Uncanny Valley” by Thomas Gibbons, a play that examines the relationship between a neuroscientist and her project, a non-biological human she’s built and taught to act human. As their friendship grows, so does the

Chicago comes to the Stranahan Theater

Celebrating 20 years and six Tony Awards, including 1997’s Best Musical Revival and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Cast Recording, Broadway’s hit musical Chicago comes to the Stranahan Theater. In this razzle-dazzle, 1920s satire, nightclub dancer Roxie Hart hires a clever criminal lawyer to avoid murder charges. After hoodwinking the media and her cellmate,

Valentine Theatre presents The Phantom’s Leading Ladies

Teri Bibb, Karen Culliver and Mary D’Arcy have all played Christine Daaé, the object of the Phantom of the Opera’s desire, at some point in the hit Broadway show’s long run. Now the three chanteuses have teamed up to tour and perform an array of songs, from Broadway hits to Beatles’ ballads. The Phantom’s Leading