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CURTAIN CALL: ACT’s Alabaster coincidence

Resolutions to start the new year are varied — to read more, to eat better, to exercise daily. To start the year with culture, community, contemplation and – well, goats – see “Alabaster” presented...

The Nutcracker Returns to the Stranahan

By Julie Pompa For most Toledo-area families, attending (or participating in) “The Nutcracker” has been an annual holiday tradition. The toy soldiers, Sugar Plum Fairy and Mother Ginger return this December, with four public...

A Toledo Tradition

Toledo is full of holiday traditions including the Toledo Repertoire Theatre’s long-standing annual production of A Christmas Carol. For 36 years, the tale of Scrooge has been performed by and for the community. Toledo Rep...

Theater Notes – October 2021

See Elves on Shelves Themselves The Elf on the Shelf craze may not be quite as wild as it was a few years ago, but most kids still know and love the holiday icon. The...

Halloween Thrills at the Theatre: Village Players’ “Nightfall”

Which is your favorite – and what is the scariest - tale written by Edgar Allan Poe? You can see four of the legendary writer’s own favorites brought to life in “Nightfall with Edgar...

Toledo Rep presents Something Rotten

UPDATE 9/7: Due to members of the Toledo Rep testing positive for COVID-19, the opening weekend performances of Something Rotten! on September 10 and 11 have been cancelled. The show will now be performed beginning...