The Village Players Present ‘Dancing Lessons’

The Village Players present their first production of the new year, Dancing Lessons, which centers on Ever, a young man with Asperger’s syndrome, determined, despite his disability, to learn how to dance in order to perform at an awards dinner. Broadway dancer, Senga, becomes his personal instructor, while still recovering from a serious leg injury

‘Bus Stop’ Stops in at Toledo Rep

The American classic by William Inge, Bus Stop, is portrayed by the talents of the Toledo Rep. Amidst a snowstorm, a bus load of travelers are stuck at a roadside diner for the night. Relationships— both platonic and romantic— develop to present a comedic and witty show. $18-$20 | Showtimes are 8pm January 11, 12,

50 Years of Woodstock

It’s been 50 years since the famous Woodstock Music Festival. Whether you attended or weren’t even born yet, everyone can experience the magic of the 60’s with a Magic Bus “Journey to Woodstock” concert. The audience will be transported back in time with the live music channeling Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, the Byrds and many

Mamma Mia! at St. Ursula Academy

St. Ursula Academy puts on their winter production, Mamma Mia, a light-hearted story of love and friendship. Right before her wedding, young bride Sophie embarks on a journey through history to discover her birth father. With a cheerful musical score, the timeless tale celebrates the gift of life. Tickets are $12 for students, $18 for

A House Revisited

A Doll’s House Pt. 2, set fifteen years after the initial play’s ending, examines what has happened in the life of Nora and Torvald in the time since she famously slammed the door on their marriage.

Toledo Voices at Play

Feel like you may have written (or could write) the next great American play? Now might be your chance to let your talent shine. The Toledo Repertoire Theatre is calling for submissions to “Toledo Voices,” a night where local playwrights bring their unproduced manuscripts and participate in a series of readings, followed by feedback from

D.L. Hughley comes to town

Popular stand-up comedian D.L. Hughley is sure to put a smile on your face during his live show. Hughley has showcased his comedic talents with television, film and radio throughout his career. The man who hosted his own shows on CNN and HBO, a guest on numerous talk shows, featured in the docu-film The Original

Cirque du Soleil: Corteo

The magnificent stage acts of Cirque du Soleil: Corteo comes to Detroit. This series of the show honors Mauro, a clown who has passed on while his spirit still lives on through the lively performances of the funeral cortege which celebrates his joyous life. Tumblers, players, and aerial artists take the stage with other performers

Cinderelly, Cinderelly

The Russian National Ballet’s performance of Cinderella will soon arrive in the Glass City. Sergei Prokofiev’s two-act ballet puts a melodious, gracefully performed spin on the fairy tale we all know. Famous for the eccentricities of the bad stepsisters, beautifully wrought melodies, and lauded choreography, you won’t want to miss this breathtaking performance. $29-$59. 7:30pm-10:30pm

Meet Me at the Bus Stop

When people are unexpectedly thrown together in close quarters, storytelling magic happens. William Inge’s 1955 play, Bus Stop, tells the tale of a group of travelers who end up stuck at a diner near  Kansas City during a snowstorm. One character, Cherie, deals with a cowboy’s unwelcome advances while seven other main characters have complex