Dianne Reeves, who will appear Tuesday at the Valentine Theatre, won the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album in 2015 for her latest recording, Beautiful Life. And that isn’t the first time Reeves has been center stage — she has four other
The Black Swamp Players’ latest production, Baby, the Musical, by Sybille Pearson, takes three couples on the roller coaster ride of joy and anxiety — and sometimes the humor — that comes with learning they may be having a child.
Most people are familiar with Game of Thrones, HBO’s wildly successful medieval fantasy series with a dark storyline and a cast of hundreds — kings and queens, heroes and villains, dragons, bears, wolves, and horses. Lots of horses. Now
The King and the Clown, a popular Korean play by Taewoong Kim, will open two weekends of performances Friday at the University of Toledo. The production, presented in English by the University’s department of theater and film, will be
The Toledo Repertoire Theatre will premiere a series of four new plays beginning this weekend with the debut of Toledo Voices, a new program featuring works by local playwrights. Toledo Voices will offer staged readings of previously unproduced
Matias Ponce, born and raised in Toledo’s South End, is on his way to building his acting career in Los Angeles. Ponce is appearing in the Los Angeles revival of the groundbreaking Chicano play Zoot Suit by Luis Valdez. The drama first opened
In a Forest, Dark and Deep, by Neil LaBute, a playwright known for his take-no-prisoners style, will be presented by Actors Collaborative Toledo in a staged reading Friday in Studio A of the Valentine Theatre. The drama, dealing with secrets, lies,