The Lion King Broadway Returns

More than 95 million people around the world have witnessed the visual artistry, heard the unforgettable music, and experienced the unique storytelling of one of Broadway’s favorite shows, Disney’s The Lion King. See the Serengeti come to Toledo, along with giraffes, birds, gazelles, and all your favorite characters, during this Broadway in Toledo series run.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory comes to Stranahan

Got a craving for the sweet story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? Willy Wonka will bring his mysterious and marvelous factory to the Toledo stage straight from Broadway with a new score from the songwriters of Hairspray. Get your Golden Ticket to see Roald Dahl’s treasured tale at the Stranahan Theater during a five-day

Village Players Perform “The Importance of Being Earnest”

Oscar Wilde’s most famous and loved comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest, stays relevant more than a century later due to its biting satire, balance between sincerity and triviality, and fantastic dialogue. See The Village Players Theatre update the classic tale for the contemporary stage during a two weekend run. $20, general | $18, seniors

Art Walk—Live and Local Performances

Come on out to downtown Sylvania’s Art Walk to see live local performances that include The Yipps, Mister Pac Man improv group, Cutting Edge Theater Company, and many others! You’ll have the opportunity to see films, fashion shows, art exhibits along with all the shopping and dining that you’ve come to expect in the Red

Tree City Playhouse Presents “The Fourth Wall”

Theatergoers are familiar with breaking the fourth wall, but what about decorating it? In American playwright A.R. Gurney’s 1992 The Fourth Wall, the lines between the audience, the stage, theater clichés and a housewife’s obsession with a literal fourth wall in her home begin to blur, offering a hilariously bizarre, and bizarrely hilarious, story. Marinate

Hamilton Musical Hits Detroit

Don’t miss the sensational musical that made Lin Manuel Miranda a household name and had American history teachers jumping for joy that someone was able to make the founding fathers significantly more cool for today’s young people. Hamilton: An American Musical hits Detroit in March. We all know how quickly these tickets go, so don’t

Building “Fences”

Fences tells the tale of a retired Negro League baseball player named Troy Maxson whose career was sabotaged by being unable to play in the major leagues.

The Glass Menagerie

Tennessee Williams’ tale of a painfully shy young woman’s search for meaning in her increasingly isolated world is the play that made him a household name. The family dynamics reflected in the story of this young woman and her mother (who has a penchant for drama) are purported to be autobiographical. The Glass Menagerie, at

Stomp into Stranahan

Since 1991, Stomp— the long-running stage percussion show featuring performers making music using unusual objects— has thrilled audiences, even inspiring some to later become cast members. This is the case for performer Krystal Renée, who was first exposed to Stomp while growing up in New York City. “I remember seeing the ads forStomp when I