Events

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Spring Awakening

In the show Spring Awakening, the father of the rapist, tells the mother of the raped girl that she shouldn’t let her daughter play in haylofts. And we thought victim-blaming was a new thing. The director Becca Martin has a great concept for this show.
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Elegies for Angels, Punks, and Raging Queens

November 29th & 30th, 2019 Toledo Repertoire Theatre An elegy is a poetic writing honoring the dead. “Elegies for Angels, Punks, and Raging Queens” is a musical review, written during the heart of the AIDS crisis, which does just that; it shares with the audience the types of stories of those we’ve lost to AIDS-related illness and offers hope for
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I Want You to See Me

Amplifying the voices of lived marginalized experiences. Submissions are OPEN now through July 31st! The “I Want You to See Me” Project is a collaborative Video Performance that is inclusive of all lived experiences and stories. This performance aims to amplify the voices of those who have been silenced by their communities or societies. Issue Box Theatre is creating a
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Every Brilliant Thing

September 19, 2019 Every Brilliant Thing is a story about a seven-year old child who was taken to the hospital to see their mother after her first attempt to take her own life. This event prompts the Storyteller to make a list. A play by Duncan McMillan with Johnny Donahoe. Presented by license with Dramatists Play Service. It is a
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Stephen Sondheim’s Company

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Next to Normal

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Remember Me

3 Hour CEU Training For Dementia Caregivers & Social Workers Training will include the full viewing of the play, “Remember Me”; an overview of dementia; discussion with caregivers and professionals working with dementia; and talk back with actors, writer, and director about the unique artistic opportunity to raise awareness about the stigmas associated with dementia. Based on a play by
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