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(my April 2008 post)
Mar 28, 2008 posting Oliver House home to art galleries and North Coast Theatre that pointed to a Blade story :
(my March 2008 post)
(my Oct 2007 post)
(my Sep 2007 post)
Background info via this July 2007 posting titled Toledo-Lucas County Public Library 'The Big Read' Grant :
(my Feb 18, 2007 post)
Self-Expression Teen Theater (SETT) is a UT after-school initiative that provides teens with a creative outlet and features the preventive approach to violence, pregnancy and substance abuse.
SETT offers a holistic approach to family life education rather than merely urging young people to (just say no) to premature sexual activity, drug and alcohol abuse and other destructive choices. Members help their peers explore a vast range of positive choices from activities and attitudes to adventures that invite a hearty and promising (YES) response.
(my Jan 23, 2007 post that excerpted from a Toledo City Paper article.)
(my Jan 13, 2007 post)
I took my teenage stepdaughter to see Phantom of the Opera earlier this week. She loved it. It was her idea to go. I've seen it on Broadway, but I'm glad I went to this traveling production at the Stranahan Theater because it was fabulous. The stage designs and sets, the wardrobes, the music, the singing, the dancing, and of course the story were all great. I'd like to go one more time. It's here until the end of the month.
(my Sep 6, 2006 post that excerpted from the Harvest Theatre website, which no longer exists)
From a flyer:
(my Jan 3, 2006 post that excerpted a Toledo Blade story)
Since I prefer to see a play over going to a movie, I like to post positive news about our local theater scene.
For those who love live theater, northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan is a lively scene, filled with more shows than are possible to see. From September to the end of this year, more than 50 productions opened within a 60-mile radius of Toledo, and the schedule shows no sign of a letdown through the middle of 2006.
(my September 2005 post)
Toledo Free Press story about a new theatre company in town.
[Bill] Quinlan, a San Francisco native and a veteran of more than 150 productions as an actor (plus 30 as a director) founded Toledo’s new Harvest Theatre with the goal of bringing professional regional theatre to the area.
(my Nov 1, 2004 post that excerpted a UT post)
A play by William Shakespeare at the University of Toledo's Center Theatre in the Center for Performing Arts building. Performance dates: November 5-7, 10-14, 17-21. Curtain time: 7:30pm, Sundays at 2pm. November 7 - Post performance discussion with Tom Postlewait, "Conversation on Richard III -Then and Now" November 10 & 16 - Student matinees at 9:30am for middle school and high school students. Tickets: $8, $10, $12. Box Office: 419-530-2375