Going abroad sounds romantic. You meet a beautiful stranger, spend the night together and everything feels like a movie— until you wake up without subtitles or an explanation.
Literature and theater have an intimate relationship; John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” first appeared on Broadway in 1937, the year the novella was published. See the renowned classic about fighting through the Great Depression for a piece of the American dream at the Toledo Rep. Friday, March 31-Sunday, April 9. 8pm, Friday-Saturday. 2:30pm, Sunday.
Talented Irish dancers and musicians will kick up the stage when the 20th Anniversary World Tour of Riverdance rolls into town. 7:30-10:15pm. Wednesday, March 29 and Thursday, March 30. $28-$88. The Stranahan Theater 4645 Heatherdowns Blvd. | 419-381-8851 | stranahantheater.org
World-renowned artist Rudolf Bauer didn’t stop making art when he was in a Nazi prison, he sketched on scraps of paper. But Bauer did stop painting when a feud between himself, his love and his patron erupted.
“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