All posts by Courtney Probert

Toledo Opera Guild’s Fundraiser, Casablanca

Belly dancers, Middle Eastern music, Moroccan culture— take a trek back in time to 1942 French Morocco during Toledo Opera Guild’s fundraiser, Casablanca. Fine wine, silent auctions and live music, from local act Raq the Casbah. For adventurous attendees, bid on the trip to New York City for a behind-the-scenes look at the fashion industry

The Rep Presents Out of Sight…Out of Murder

Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction— but what about when fiction comes to life? While writing a murder story, things begin to go haywire when an electrical storm hits, causing a cosmic snafu, and Peter, the author,  gets trapped in his own story. In Out of Sight…Out of Murder, a mysterious play by Fred Carmichael,

T-Town Tassels Presents a Burlesque Extravaganza, Tease a Plenty

What troupe does a better job at supporting the arts community than Toledo’s classiest? Bringing back sass to the stage, the T-town Tassels will entertain during a burlesque extravaganza, Tease a Plenty. Lights, bling and dance take over the stage while the group thrills the crowd all night long. 7:30pm and 9:30pm | Saturday | November

The 577 Foundation Wants to Help you be Stress-Free

You’ve spent too many days, months, years unsatisfied and under strain. It’s tough to feel stressed and/or depressed. If you are looking for some relief attend this interactive workshop on living a stress-free life. The goal is to help empower you to reduce negative stress, resolve conflicts and improve communication, repair relationships, strengthen your immune

Bowling Green New Music Festival

A rural city in Northwest Ohio might not be the first place you might expect to find lively music spots, but Bowling Green is a hub for discovering and supporting new music. This year’s Bowling Green New Music Festival will feature guest ensemble Spektral Quartet, and Dai Fujikura, who will offer a composer talk and

Chimes at Midnight at TMA’s Little Theater

Enjoy an evening sitting back and watching the Orson Welles film Chimes at Midnight (1965). In this Shakespeare-inspired drama comedy, Welles portrays the banishment of Henry IV, following his adventures and mishaps facing a rebellion. The story also follows Henry’s heir Prince Hal, who must redeem his title by choosing either allegiance with his father