Cabaret at The Valentine TheatreBy Athena Cocoves. December 20, 2017. Head to 1931 Berlin, where political tensions are developing and an American writer forges a romance with an English singer during a one-night performance of Cabaret, based on Roundabout Theatre Company’s Tony Award®-winning production. Hear some of the most memorable songs in musical theater urging you to follow your heart, despite all odds. $49-$79. 7:30pm. Tuesday, January 2. Valentine Theatre410 Adams St. | 419-242-ARTS.
The lesser-known story of an astronomer named Henrietta Swan Leavitt is the focus of the playwright Lauren Gunderson’s Silent Sky, which will make its Toledo debut on Friday, January 12 as part of the Valentine Theatre Studio Series. Despite making lasting contributions to science, Leavitt’s story never really left the basement office at Harvard where she did her work. Through Gunderson’s Silent Sky, director Jeffrey Albright hopes to bring the scientist’s significance to the surface.
Toledoans have an affinity for the drink— we have enough bars to prove it— but laws allowing tippling haven’t always been in place. Less than a century before our first Open Container District, the Glass City was subject to Prohibition laws. Learn how Toledoans ignored the rules and celebrated with good spirits when the laws ended during the premier of Toledo: The Prohibition Chronicles. This 60 minute docu-drama features personal stories shared by Toledoans.
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