Are you or someone you know an aspiring dancer? Toledo Ballet is having an open house, allowing those interested to peek in on classes and tour the dance studios. Toledo Ballet offers more than just ballet, you can learn jazz, hip hop, tap and more. Parents and volunteers will be available to answer any questions.
For just over two years, the Cutting Edge Theatre Company in Sylvania has aimed to present small, innovative productions, completely selling out intimate performances of Hair and Cabaret to appreciative crowds. Cutting Edge’s rendition of Cabaret in March earned nine honors from the 2017 Ohio Community Theatre Association for the Northwest Region, including Excellence in
Get your tickets now, because this musical is going to sell out fast. Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s The Book of Mormon is the most raucous, profane and hilarious production in the history of Broadway. This original production from the creators of the animated series Southpark has been touring non-stop for the last five years,
Take your tap dancing game to the next… step. Broadway performer-turned-dance teacher Julie O’Connell is offering a Master Level Tap Class. Accepting only 20 dancers, this class is open to everyone— for those who consider themselves an intermediate or advanced level tap dancer. Toledo Ballet Executive Director Mari Davies stresses that 3-4 years of tap
Ten Mile Creek Theater Company plans to perform a free Shakespeare Sonnet Series, with local actors presenting a selection of William Shakespeare’s sonnets to the public at Sylvania Garden Village in the Sister City Garden Gazebo. Five more free events will follow. “Shakespeare wrote small sonnets, short and easy to memorize and they capture people’s
In a 1963 interview with The Paris Review, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Katherine Anne Porter made a poignant proclamation: “I think I’ve only spent about ten percent of my energies on writing. The other ninety percent went to keeping my head above water.” Porter’s admission rings true for many artists. Mental illness and creativity often ride