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Comedian Brian Regan prepares to tickle Funny Bone

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

Area theatre groups working together

A new cooperative effort among area theatre companies envisions working together to coordinate and share resources. A series of online virtual meetings with Toledo area theatre leaders have allowed representatives from area of companies to discuss plans for reopening amid COVID restrictions. The cooperative group, yet to adopt a formal name, has discussed looking into

I Want You to See Me

Issue Box Theatre prides itself on educational and inspiring dialogue about contemporary issues relevant to modern audiences. In its fifth year, Issue Box is opening its floor to members of marginalized communities with its latest project, I Want You to See Me. Throughout July, Issue Box has asked any artist who has suffered from oppression

Issue Box Theatre looking for artists to speak out about oppression

Issue Box Theatre is asking any artist who has suffered from oppression— racism, sexism, gender identity, religious persecution and more— to submit proposals for a video project entitled “I Want You To See Me.” The proposals can be for almost anything— poetry, music, dance, spoken word, etc. If accepted, the artist will submit their work

ACT brings classic monologues to Facebook

The artists at Actors Collaborative Toledo (ACT) have seen their planned 2020 productions delayed by months thanks to the intervention of COVID-19, but the spirit of the performer still lives— on Facebook. The ACT Monologue Project is a series of posts on the ACT Facebook page where actors from ACT productions post videos of themselves