Ingmar Bergman’s 1966 masterpiece Persona transposes the lives of two women, Alma and Elisabet onto each other as the pair become utterly indistinguishable— both physically and mentally. Shot on the remote island of Faro (home to Bergman) in black and white, Persona amazed and baffled critics alike, becoming one of the most analyzed and talked
*Does not include tax or gratuity. Please tip your server. Everyone loves to splurge on sushi or go out for a fancy wine dinner once in awhile, but dining out can really add up. Here at TCP we’ve put together a short list of deliciousness you can eat and enjoy for $7 or under.* #1
Pitch the boring, run-of-the-mill Folgers and wake up with a lil’ Toledo in your cup. Coffee is more than just an everyday routine; it can be the jolt that turns a challenging day into a successful, productive one. Whether you are looking for that essential morning fix or an afternoon pick-me-up, these local coffee shops
The Great Lake’s own Joshua Davis brings his modern folk music to the Ark’s stage. His single “Just Getting By” (Earthwork Music) speaks of everyday struggles and victories in a small town. Northern Michigan native Luke Winslow-King shares his mastery of New-Orleans/Michigan gospel blues. These two songwriters bring the community together through song. $30 |
Soprano Margaret Barron hosts Great Performances: Black Migrations, exploring the lives and journeys of African Americans through poetry, journal entries and music. Travel and the act of being uprooted by force are important themes in African American History. Margaret will invite poets, speakers and musicians to present and get the audience involved with group sing-alongs.
Classical pianist André Watts returns for his stunning eighth guest appearance with the Toledo Symphony. Watts began his career at the age of 16, making his debut with the New York Philharmonic and has since performed with orchestras all over the world. The recipient of countless awards and achievements, including the title of Distinguished Professor