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The Brewery Comedy Tour Stops at The Casual Pint

More than a dozen New York and L.A.-based standup comics will stop at The Casual Pint Toledo for an evening of laughs and brews. The Brewery Comedy Tour features a diverse lineup of comics, whose credits include top festivals, TV and major club appearances. The tour has already hit more than 900 U.S. breweries, so

“The Believers Are But Brothers”

What turns young men, viewing pages on the internet, into radical soldiers ready to terrorize people they’ve never met? That question is at the heart of the fascinating docu-play The Believers Are But Brothers. A multimedia tour-de-force, which includes messages sent to audience members via What’s App, the show looks at three different men whose

Jersey Boys at the Valentine Theatre

They were nobodies, then they sang their first note and the radio couldn’t get enough of their harmonies. While Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons harmonized on-stage, their off-stage life hit some sour notes. See how those four boys from Jersey became an international sensation as the Tony Award-winning true-life Broadway musical Jersey Boys returns

Sergei Prokofiev’s Ballet Performs “Romeo and Juliet”

See how beautiful tragedy can be as dancers from Ukraine travel to Findlay to perform Romeo and Juliet, Sergei Prokofiev’s ballet based on William Shakespeare’s tragic love story. The 55 ballet dancers hail from the National Ballet Theatre of Odesa, Ukraine, one of the world’s most prestigious classical ballet companies. $35-65 | 7:30pm | Tuesday,

Lakeside Remembers The Night

The Lakeside Theater Company brings the vintage holiday film Remember the Night to life on stage, in an unusual way. The Maumee Indoor Theater production, an adaptation of the radio play version of the Preston Sturgess film, is directed by Lakeside’s artistic director Mary Boyer. The tale of an assistant DA who bails out an

Mamma Mia at River Raisin Centre

The wildly popular musical based around the hits of ABBA, Mamma Mia! visits the River Raisin Centre for the Arts for a three-show run beginning November 8. Set on a beautiful island in Greece, the show tells the story of… oh, come on, it’s Mamma Mia!, you know the story by now! 7:30pm, November 8