In Literature in Motion’s stage play, Cracks in Her Foundation, Mia Johnson, a pastor’s daughter, and once a recognizable face of the church, embarks on a dangerous journey, leaving her family and seemingly perfect life behind. Will she eventually return home, or will she continue on her path of destruction? $20-$45 | 3pm and 8pm
When a husband and wife meet their new next door neighbors— a standard setup in pop culture theater— there’s a sly acknowledgement of how cliche this premise could be.
The first youth shelter for LGBTQ+ individuals in the Toledo area, the Harvey House is established as a place where young people can find non-judgmental support and safety. As part of Pride month in June, a special event designed to raise money for the House, as well as to inspire attendees, a “Drag Show for Harvey House”, will take place at Legends Showclub on Erie Street.
Listen to hundreds of people singing together at Saengerfest 2018, a day of competition which occurs every three years for choirs in the North American Swiss Singing Alliance (NASSA). This year, Saengerfest will be hosted by the Toledo Swiss Singers, one of the 14 U.S. and Canadian choirs that make up the NASSA. In 2015,
Enjoy discussions led by scholars in the field, history taught through reenactment, and even children’s stories from the mid twentieth century when the Ohio Chautauqua 2018 tour rolls into Rossford this month. Providing a great space to gather with family, friends and neighbors to experience live music, living history and intellectual discussions, this traveling tour’s