St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone, but the celebration of the Irish spirit continues when Riverdance returns to the Stranahan Theater on Wednesday and March 30. This engagement is part of the 20th Anniversary World Tour. There have
Actors Collaborative Toledo will present a reading of Bauer, a play of the life and often difficult times of the artist Rudolf Bauer in the Toledo Museum of Art’s Little Theater on March 23. It will be the work’s northwest Ohio premiere.
A new Pippin is coming to town. The Tony-winning revival of Bob Fosse’s 1972 Broadway musical will play at the Stranahan Theater from Thursday through Sunday as part of a national tour. Like the original 1973 Broadway production, this Pippin
The Village Players continue to celebrate 60 seasons of theater by presenting Neil Simon’s comedy The Odd Couple, with six shows beginning Friday evening. The Odd Couple was voted the favorite play by Village Players patrons. And because the
The 2017-18 Broadway in Toledo Series, to be presented by Theater League at the Stranahan Theater, features four musicals that have been on Broadway, two of which are still playing there. The anchor of the new season, the long-running hit
All Shook Up, a musical comedy that moves to the beat of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, comes to the Maumee Indoor Theatre for five shows beginning March 9. The show, presented by 3B Productions, will feature 24 songs made famous by Elvis
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.