Grammy-nominated pianist Jim Brickman will host a live-streamed concert in support of Glass City theatre on Saturday, December 5. Comfort and Joy at Home LIVE! is part of a series of concerts Brickman is hosting online, with a portion of each ticket benefitting local theatre organizations. Brickman’s December 5 concert will support Broadway in Toledo.
The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future won’t let a little pandemic keep them down when The Toledo Rep presents its 35th Anniversary production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, with a twist, beginning Thursday, December 3. This year’s production will be a multimedia event, with a small live cast combined with video from
Theatre auditoriums across the country sit empty. Ashley Hill, Artistic Director of The Human Experience Modern Dance Company, keeps dancers in motion while bringing the magic of the stage to the safety of our living rooms. Fresh off two open air performances staged for Momentum Toledo, Hill joined forces with The Valentine Theatre for
Photo courtesy of Toledo Ballet The classic Christmas fairy tale The Nutcracker is a Toledo tradition. While many dance companies around the nation have cancelled performances this year, the Toledo Ballet and The Ballet Theatre of Toledo are committed to deliver this enchanting performance. As the pandemic persists, however, this year’s Nutcracker will look a little different.
Once upon a midnight dreary, Whilst I hungered, weak and weary, O’er a menu full of delectable treats never dreamt before, While I nodded, full of hunger, Suddenly, there came a thunder, Of an actor reading Poe’s works with an impassioned roar. Twas Jeffrey Albright reading Poe’s pieces to us before A meal forgotten…nevermore!
In these tumultuous and chaotic times, it can be hard sometimes to see the lighter side of things— which makes comedians crucial for coping, according to Brian Regan. “I think comedy is very important. I think it always has been and always will be. Sometimes people aren’t sure how they’re supposed to think or feel