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Open Mic Night 8:00 pm
Open Mic Night @ Coffee Amici
Feb 3 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday nights at Coffee Amici are Open Mic Nights! Head over to hear local talent and get up and show off your own talent!
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Funday Sunday: Magical Music 1:30 pm
Funday Sunday: Magical Music @ Mazza Museum
Feb 5 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
February’s “Funday Sunday” program at the Mazza Museum will have a “Magical Music” theme and include a presentation by students from the Findlay High School Symphony Orchestra, as well as students from Glenwood and Donnell middle schools. The event will take place from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Ken Pressel, the musical director for the orchestra, will be at the University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum with several students and will offer introductions of the musicians and instruments. The musicians will host an “instrument petting zoo” that will give guests a chance to touch and sample the musical instruments available, including the violin, cello and bass. Visitors also will get a chance to create their own music on a piano and have it recorded to be played back for them. Other activity stations will include art projects, face painting and a gaming station where participants can win prizes.
Full Sound Chamber Group 4:00 pm
Full Sound Chamber Group @ Trinity Episcopal Church
Feb 5 @ 4:00 pm
The Full Sound Chamber Group returns to Findlay on Feb. 5 with a program featuring Baroque music by Vivaldi, classical music for piano and strings by Mozart and a lively selection by “The Waltz King,” Johann Strauss II. The concert begins at 4 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, 128 W. Hardin St., and is free and open to the community.
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All-City Orchestra Festival 7:30 pm
All-City Orchestra Festival @ Findlay High School gymnasium
Feb 7 @ 7:30 pm
Findlay City Schools’ annual All-City Orchestra Festival will showcase string players in grades 6 through 12 at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, in the Findlay High School gymnasium. The concert is free and open to the public. The 6th Grade Beginning Orchestra, directed by David Brax, will perform two selections, “String Explosion” and “Batman Meets Bowman.” The 7th Grade Orchestra, also directed by Brax, will perform “British Grenadiers” and “Jane and Josie.” The 8th Grade Orchestra, directed by Pressel, will perform “French Dance” and “Fire in the Bow.” The two groups will then combine to perform “The Sailor’s Hornpipe.” The concert will conclude with the Findlay High School Symphony Orchestra performing “Theme from ‘New York, New York,’” “Go West!” and “Russian Sailor’s Dance.” The Findlay High School Symphony Orchestra is under the direction of Ken Pressel with assistant directors Anita Schaible and Brax. For more information, contact Pressel at 419-429-2300 or email kpressel@fcs.org.
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Run For Your Wife
Run For Your Wife @ Fort Findlay Playhouse
Feb 9 all-day
Fort Findlay Playhouse will present Ray Cooney’s British farce “Run For Your Wife” the weekends of Feb. 9-12 and Feb. 16-18. Showtimes are 8 p.m. with a 5 p.m. Sunday matinee. Tickets are $12 each and are available at the Fort Findlay Playhouse at the corner of West Sandusky and West streets from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Reservations may also be made by phone at 567-525-3636 or online at fortfindlayplayhouse.org. Unreserved tickets are also available at the door the day of the show, a half-hour before curtain time. The play follows a London cabbie with a secret. Thanks to an irregular work schedule, John Smith (Pete Rose) has been able to maintain a life with two wives. He has a loving wife named Mary (Kristen Wilson) in a flat in Wimbledon, and he has another loving wife named Barbara (Kedryn Roether) who lives in a different flat only four minutes away. His careful plan of spending time with each of them is interrupted by a mugging, when he ends up in the hospital with two nosy detectives (Andrew Conway and Mark Simons) trying to figure out what is going on. Meanwhile, John’s friends and neighbors Stanley Gardner (Kent McClary) and Bobby Franklyn (Dennis Clark) try to help with his deception by adding to the high jinks. Trying to get the story straight is a newspaper reporter (Jonathan Cohen), who rounds out the cast. Jim Toth directs the cast with Barb Pace as producer. The show is produced in association with Samuel French.
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Run For Your Wife
Run For Your Wife @ Fort Findlay Playhouse
Feb 10 all-day
Fort Findlay Playhouse will present Ray Cooney’s British farce “Run For Your Wife” the weekends of Feb. 9-12 and Feb. 16-18. Showtimes are 8 p.m. with a 5 p.m. Sunday matinee. Tickets are $12 each and are available at the Fort Findlay Playhouse at the corner of West Sandusky and West streets from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Reservations may also be made by phone at 567-525-3636 or online at fortfindlayplayhouse.org. Unreserved tickets are also available at the door the day of the show, a half-hour before curtain time. The play follows a London cabbie with a secret. Thanks to an irregular work schedule, John Smith (Pete Rose) has been able to maintain a life with two wives. He has a loving wife named Mary (Kristen Wilson) in a flat in Wimbledon, and he has another loving wife named Barbara (Kedryn Roether) who lives in a different flat only four minutes away. His careful plan of spending time with each of them is interrupted by a mugging, when he ends up in the hospital with two nosy detectives (Andrew Conway and Mark Simons) trying to figure out what is going on. Meanwhile, John’s friends and neighbors Stanley Gardner (Kent McClary) and Bobby Franklyn (Dennis Clark) try to help with his deception by adding to the high jinks. Trying to get the story straight is a newspaper reporter (Jonathan Cohen), who rounds out the cast. Jim Toth directs the cast with Barb Pace as producer. The show is produced in association with Samuel French.
Open Mic Night 8:00 pm
Open Mic Night @ Coffee Amici
Feb 10 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday nights at Coffee Amici are Open Mic Nights! Head over to hear local talent and get up and show off your own talent!
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Run For Your Wife
Run For Your Wife @ Fort Findlay Playhouse
Feb 11 all-day
Fort Findlay Playhouse will present Ray Cooney’s British farce “Run For Your Wife” the weekends of Feb. 9-12 and Feb. 16-18. Showtimes are 8 p.m. with a 5 p.m. Sunday matinee. Tickets are $12 each and are available at the Fort Findlay Playhouse at the corner of West Sandusky and West streets from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Reservations may also be made by phone at 567-525-3636 or online at fortfindlayplayhouse.org. Unreserved tickets are also available at the door the day of the show, a half-hour before curtain time. The play follows a London cabbie with a secret. Thanks to an irregular work schedule, John Smith (Pete Rose) has been able to maintain a life with two wives. He has a loving wife named Mary (Kristen Wilson) in a flat in Wimbledon, and he has another loving wife named Barbara (Kedryn Roether) who lives in a different flat only four minutes away. His careful plan of spending time with each of them is interrupted by a mugging, when he ends up in the hospital with two nosy detectives (Andrew Conway and Mark Simons) trying to figure out what is going on. Meanwhile, John’s friends and neighbors Stanley Gardner (Kent McClary) and Bobby Franklyn (Dennis Clark) try to help with his deception by adding to the high jinks. Trying to get the story straight is a newspaper reporter (Jonathan Cohen), who rounds out the cast. Jim Toth directs the cast with Barb Pace as producer. The show is produced in association with Samuel French.
From Broadway with Love 7:00 pm
From Broadway with Love @ 50 North
Feb 11 @ 7:00 pm
50 North has scheduled dance classes and a concert in February. Ballroom dancing classes will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. Mondays, Feb. 6, 13, 20 and 27. Participants will learn the foxtrot, waltz, swing/jive and more. Registration and a $25 fee per couple (for the entire month) are due by Feb. 1. A concert titled “From Broadway with Love” is planned for Feb. 11, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. and the concert beginning at 7. The evening features a variety of Broadway and inspirational tunes, with vocals by Harry and Celia Stockton, along with specialty desserts and coffee. Cost is $7, due by Feb. 6. Call 50 North at 419-423-8496 to sign up for either event.
Defending The Caveman 8:00 pm
Defending The Caveman @ Marathon Center for the Performing Arts
Feb 11 @ 8:00 pm
Arriving in time for Valentine’s Day, “Defending the Caveman” will examine relationship dynamics between the sexes with a one-man show at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11. Written by Rob Becker over a three-year period where he made an informal study of anthropology, prehistory, psychology, sociology and mythology, “Defending the Caveman” has since become a peacemaker in the ongoing misunderstandings between men and women, according to the production’s website. The show’s appeal spans other barriers, showing in 45 countries and 18 languages since it opened in San Francisco in 1991, eventually becoming the longest running solo play in Broadway history. Tickets can be purchased at the Marathon Center’s box office at 200 W. Main Cross St. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and one hour prior to the show. They are also available online at marathoncenterarts.org with prices ranging from $30 to $60. The show contains adult content and may not be suitable for children under 13. For more information, visit defendingthecaveman.com or call the Marathon Center’s box office at 419-423-2787.
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Run For Your Wife
Run For Your Wife @ Fort Findlay Playhouse
Feb 12 all-day
Fort Findlay Playhouse will present Ray Cooney’s British farce “Run For Your Wife” the weekends of Feb. 9-12 and Feb. 16-18. Showtimes are 8 p.m. with a 5 p.m. Sunday matinee. Tickets are $12 each and are available at the Fort Findlay Playhouse at the corner of West Sandusky and West streets from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Reservations may also be made by phone at 567-525-3636 or online at fortfindlayplayhouse.org. Unreserved tickets are also available at the door the day of the show, a half-hour before curtain time. The play follows a London cabbie with a secret. Thanks to an irregular work schedule, John Smith (Pete Rose) has been able to maintain a life with two wives. He has a loving wife named Mary (Kristen Wilson) in a flat in Wimbledon, and he has another loving wife named Barbara (Kedryn Roether) who lives in a different flat only four minutes away. His careful plan of spending time with each of them is interrupted by a mugging, when he ends up in the hospital with two nosy detectives (Andrew Conway and Mark Simons) trying to figure out what is going on. Meanwhile, John’s friends and neighbors Stanley Gardner (Kent McClary) and Bobby Franklyn (Dennis Clark) try to help with his deception by adding to the high jinks. Trying to get the story straight is a newspaper reporter (Jonathan Cohen), who rounds out the cast. Jim Toth directs the cast with Barb Pace as producer. The show is produced in association with Samuel French.
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Run For Your Wife
Run For Your Wife @ Fort Findlay Playhouse
Feb 16 all-day
Fort Findlay Playhouse will present Ray Cooney’s British farce “Run For Your Wife” the weekends of Feb. 9-12 and Feb. 16-18. Showtimes are 8 p.m. with a 5 p.m. Sunday matinee. Tickets are $12 each and are available at the Fort Findlay Playhouse at the corner of West Sandusky and West streets from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Reservations may also be made by phone at 567-525-3636 or online at fortfindlayplayhouse.org. Unreserved tickets are also available at the door the day of the show, a half-hour before curtain time. The play follows a London cabbie with a secret. Thanks to an irregular work schedule, John Smith (Pete Rose) has been able to maintain a life with two wives. He has a loving wife named Mary (Kristen Wilson) in a flat in Wimbledon, and he has another loving wife named Barbara (Kedryn Roether) who lives in a different flat only four minutes away. His careful plan of spending time with each of them is interrupted by a mugging, when he ends up in the hospital with two nosy detectives (Andrew Conway and Mark Simons) trying to figure out what is going on. Meanwhile, John’s friends and neighbors Stanley Gardner (Kent McClary) and Bobby Franklyn (Dennis Clark) try to help with his deception by adding to the high jinks. Trying to get the story straight is a newspaper reporter (Jonathan Cohen), who rounds out the cast. Jim Toth directs the cast with Barb Pace as producer. The show is produced in association with Samuel French.
Sonic Escape 7:30 pm
Sonic Escape @ Yoder Recital Hall, Bluffton University
Feb 16 @ 7:30 pm
Shawn Wyckoff and Maria Millar of Sonic Escape will share their Celtic-inspired sounds at Bluffton University. With a flute and violin, the duo’s goal is to use hyper instrumentals to fill hearts with indescribable joy. The Juilliard graduates will be joined by guest cellist Rachel Pinkney. Tickets are available on the web at http://tickets.bluffton.edu or in person at the Marbeck Center information desk.
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Run For Your Wife
Run For Your Wife @ Fort Findlay Playhouse
Feb 17 all-day
Fort Findlay Playhouse will present Ray Cooney’s British farce “Run For Your Wife” the weekends of Feb. 9-12 and Feb. 16-18. Showtimes are 8 p.m. with a 5 p.m. Sunday matinee. Tickets are $12 each and are available at the Fort Findlay Playhouse at the corner of West Sandusky and West streets from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Reservations may also be made by phone at 567-525-3636 or online at fortfindlayplayhouse.org. Unreserved tickets are also available at the door the day of the show, a half-hour before curtain time. The play follows a London cabbie with a secret. Thanks to an irregular work schedule, John Smith (Pete Rose) has been able to maintain a life with two wives. He has a loving wife named Mary (Kristen Wilson) in a flat in Wimbledon, and he has another loving wife named Barbara (Kedryn Roether) who lives in a different flat only four minutes away. His careful plan of spending time with each of them is interrupted by a mugging, when he ends up in the hospital with two nosy detectives (Andrew Conway and Mark Simons) trying to figure out what is going on. Meanwhile, John’s friends and neighbors Stanley Gardner (Kent McClary) and Bobby Franklyn (Dennis Clark) try to help with his deception by adding to the high jinks. Trying to get the story straight is a newspaper reporter (Jonathan Cohen), who rounds out the cast. Jim Toth directs the cast with Barb Pace as producer. The show is produced in association with Samuel French.
Open Mic Night 8:00 pm
Open Mic Night @ Coffee Amici
Feb 17 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday nights at Coffee Amici are Open Mic Nights! Head over to hear local talent and get up and show off your own talent!
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Run For Your Wife
Run For Your Wife @ Fort Findlay Playhouse
Feb 18 all-day
Fort Findlay Playhouse will present Ray Cooney’s British farce “Run For Your Wife” the weekends of Feb. 9-12 and Feb. 16-18. Showtimes are 8 p.m. with a 5 p.m. Sunday matinee. Tickets are $12 each and are available at the Fort Findlay Playhouse at the corner of West Sandusky and West streets from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Reservations may also be made by phone at 567-525-3636 or online at fortfindlayplayhouse.org. Unreserved tickets are also available at the door the day of the show, a half-hour before curtain time. The play follows a London cabbie with a secret. Thanks to an irregular work schedule, John Smith (Pete Rose) has been able to maintain a life with two wives. He has a loving wife named Mary (Kristen Wilson) in a flat in Wimbledon, and he has another loving wife named Barbara (Kedryn Roether) who lives in a different flat only four minutes away. His careful plan of spending time with each of them is interrupted by a mugging, when he ends up in the hospital with two nosy detectives (Andrew Conway and Mark Simons) trying to figure out what is going on. Meanwhile, John’s friends and neighbors Stanley Gardner (Kent McClary) and Bobby Franklyn (Dennis Clark) try to help with his deception by adding to the high jinks. Trying to get the story straight is a newspaper reporter (Jonathan Cohen), who rounds out the cast. Jim Toth directs the cast with Barb Pace as producer. The show is produced in association with Samuel French.
Bluffton Town Hall Concert Series: The Rough & Tumble 7:00 pm
Bluffton Town Hall Concert Series: The Rough & Tumble @ Bluffton Town Hall, third floor
Feb 18 @ 7:00 pm
The Bluffton Town Hall Concert Series presents The Rough & Tumble at 7 p.m. Saturday on the third floor of Bluffton Town Hall, 154 N. Main St. The Americana-folk duo is a compact team of close harmonies, versatile instrumentation and deliberate songwriting, all presented with a nudge of the elbow and a tongue in the cheek. Admission is free, while a donation will be taken to support the musicians. The Rough & Tumble will also be performing during Sunday brunch at the Mustard Seed Cafe in Bluffton.
Kevin MaC — “Classic Country Jukebox” 8:00 pm
Kevin MaC — “Classic Country Jukebox” @ Marathon Center for the Performing Arts
Feb 18 @ 8:00 pm
Kevin MaC will bring “southern swag” and a fresh spin on country classics to Findlay when he performs his “Classic Country Jukebox” show at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17. Tickets can be purchased at the Marathon Center’s box office at 200 W. Main Cross St. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and one hour prior to the show. They are also available online at www.marathoncenterarts.org with prices ranging from $20 to $45. In “Classic Country Jukebox,” MaC performs hits by iconic artists Johnny Cash, Hank Williams Sr., George Jones, Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton and more while putting a fresh spin on countless country classics, engaging the audience and taking requests along the way. MaC loves to surprise audiences with his own spin on hip-hop, classic rock and, sometimes, a boy band hit or two, according to his biography on www.eastcoastentertainment.com. Equally at home performing any of these genres, Kevin coined the term “southern swag” to describe his musical style, and said it is “a cool country sound where hip-hop and country styles combine to create a fresh, sexy vibe.” He has opened for Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride, Phil Vassar, Darryl Worley, Trace Adkins, Colt Ford, LeAnn Rimes, Kip Moore, The Band Perry, Missy Elliott, Blackstreet, T. Mills, Timbaland, J. Cole and Ashanti. He re-recorded a “southern swag” version of the 1990s hit “No Diggity” with producer Teddy Riley, and has written and collaborated with Rascal Flatts, Diamond Rio, Beyonce and Britney Spears. For more information, call the Marathon Center’s box office at 419-423-2787, or visit https://www.eastcoastentertainment.com/artist/kevin-mac.
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Bluffton University Winter Instrumental Concert 2:30 pm
Bluffton University Winter Instrumental Concert @ Yoder Recital Hall, Bluffton University
Feb 19 @ 2:30 pm
Bluffton University’s Concert Band will present the 2017 Winter Instrumental Concert under the direction of Roy Couch. The show will include: “Songs of Paradise,” a setting of hymns by Charles Albert Tindley, known as the father of African-American hymnody; “Kiwanisca,” a march by Stephen Bulla; “Acrostic Song” by David del Tredici; “Songs of Wales,” a collection of Welsh folk tunes set by Albert Oliver Davis; “From Whom All Blessings Flow” by Ed Huckeby; and “Thrive” by Sean O’Loughlin.
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Northwest Ohio Poetry Out Loud Regional Semifinal 4:30 pm
Northwest Ohio Poetry Out Loud Regional Semifinal @ Marathon Center for the Performing Arts
Feb 21 @ 4:30 pm
The Northwest Ohio Poetry Out Loud regional semifinal will be held at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts. The event, which is being hosted by the Arts Partnership of Greater Hancock County, is free. Four students from northwestern Ohio will be reciting poems in two rounds, and one student will be selected to move on to the Ohio Poetry Out Loud finals in Columbus on March 4. Poetry Out Loud encourages students to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation. This is the first year that The Arts Partnership has served as the Northwest Ohio Regional Partner for this program which is sponsored by the Ohio Arts Council.
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Alice in Wonderland Jr. 7:00 pm
Alice in Wonderland Jr. @ Great Room at First Presbyterian Church
Feb 24 @ 7:00 pm
The Arts Partnership of Greater Hancock County will present Youtheatre’s production of “Alice in Wonderland Jr.” in the Great Room at First Presbyterian Church, 2330 S. Main St., Findlay. Performances are 7 p.m. Feb. 24 and 25; and 2 p.m. Feb. 26. Featuring updated songs from Disney’s animated motion picture, the play is a fast-paced take on the classic tale. The ever-curious Alice begins her journey innocently enough as she chases the White Rabbit. Her adventures get stranger as she races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with Tweedledee and Tweedledum, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game. There are 71 youth in grades four through six representing area schools and home schools in the production. This show also includes 11 students in grades seven through 12 working as youth assistants. The production staff includes stage direction by Julie Lane and Lindsay Taylor, technical direction by Isaac Steinhour, scenic art by Jordan Kimes and costume design by Debra Searls. The show is produced by Craig VanRenterghem. Tickets are on sale. Advance ticket prices are $12 for adults and $8 for seniors (60 and up) and students. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for $12. All seats are reserved. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact the Arts Partnership box office by calling 419-422-4624 or visit www.artspartnership.com. The Arts Partnership is located at 618 S. Main St., Findlay. Box office hours are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Ticket sales from this production support the Youtheatre programming offered by the Arts Partnership to the community.
Kate Boyd 7:30 pm
Kate Boyd @ Yoder Recital Hall, Bluffton University
Feb 24 @ 7:30 pm
Kate Boyd, associate professor of piano and piano area coordinator at Butler University in Indianapolis, will perform a guest recital at Bluffton University. An active soloist and chamber musician, Boyd has performed solo recitals at Schubert’s birth house in Vienna, the National Concert Hall in Dublin and the Musikhalle Hamburg. Her performance will include works by Gubaidulina, Bach, Chopin and Prokofiev.
Open Mic Night 8:00 pm
Open Mic Night @ Coffee Amici
Feb 24 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday nights at Coffee Amici are Open Mic Nights! Head over to hear local talent and get up and show off your own talent!
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Alice in Wonderland Jr. 7:00 pm
Alice in Wonderland Jr. @ Great Room at First Presbyterian Church
Feb 25 @ 7:00 pm
The Arts Partnership of Greater Hancock County will present Youtheatre’s production of “Alice in Wonderland Jr.” in the Great Room at First Presbyterian Church, 2330 S. Main St., Findlay. Performances are 7 p.m. Feb. 24 and 25; and 2 p.m. Feb. 26. Featuring updated songs from Disney’s animated motion picture, the play is a fast-paced take on the classic tale. The ever-curious Alice begins her journey innocently enough as she chases the White Rabbit. Her adventures get stranger as she races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with Tweedledee and Tweedledum, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game. There are 71 youth in grades four through six representing area schools and home schools in the production. This show also includes 11 students in grades seven through 12 working as youth assistants. The production staff includes stage direction by Julie Lane and Lindsay Taylor, technical direction by Isaac Steinhour, scenic art by Jordan Kimes and costume design by Debra Searls. The show is produced by Craig VanRenterghem. Tickets are on sale. Advance ticket prices are $12 for adults and $8 for seniors (60 and up) and students. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for $12. All seats are reserved. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact the Arts Partnership box office by calling 419-422-4624 or visit www.artspartnership.com. The Arts Partnership is located at 618 S. Main St., Findlay. Box office hours are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Ticket sales from this production support the Youtheatre programming offered by the Arts Partnership to the community.
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Alice in Wonderland Jr. 2:00 pm
Alice in Wonderland Jr. @ Great Room at First Presbyterian Church
Feb 26 @ 2:00 pm
The Arts Partnership of Greater Hancock County will present Youtheatre’s production of “Alice in Wonderland Jr.” in the Great Room at First Presbyterian Church, 2330 S. Main St., Findlay. Performances are 7 p.m. Feb. 24 and 25; and 2 p.m. Feb. 26. Featuring updated songs from Disney’s animated motion picture, the play is a fast-paced take on the classic tale. The ever-curious Alice begins her journey innocently enough as she chases the White Rabbit. Her adventures get stranger as she races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with Tweedledee and Tweedledum, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game. There are 71 youth in grades four through six representing area schools and home schools in the production. This show also includes 11 students in grades seven through 12 working as youth assistants. The production staff includes stage direction by Julie Lane and Lindsay Taylor, technical direction by Isaac Steinhour, scenic art by Jordan Kimes and costume design by Debra Searls. The show is produced by Craig VanRenterghem. Tickets are on sale. Advance ticket prices are $12 for adults and $8 for seniors (60 and up) and students. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for $12. All seats are reserved. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact the Arts Partnership box office by calling 419-422-4624 or visit www.artspartnership.com. The Arts Partnership is located at 618 S. Main St., Findlay. Box office hours are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Ticket sales from this production support the Youtheatre programming offered by the Arts Partnership to the community.
Bluffton University Masterworks: Vivaldi’s “Gloria” 2:30 pm
Bluffton University Masterworks: Vivaldi’s “Gloria” @ Yoder Recital Hall at Bluffton University
Feb 26 @ 2:30 pm
Bluffton University’s Masterworks performance of Vivaldi’s “Gloria” will be at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 26 in Yoder Recital Hall. Mark J. Suderman, professor of music, will conduct the performance, also featuring regional soloists and orchestra. For more information, contact Suderman at sudermanm@bluffton.edu or 419-358-3364.
Masterworks Performance: Bluffton University Chorale 2:30 pm
Masterworks Performance: Bluffton University Chorale @ Yoder Recital Hall, Bluffton University
Feb 26 @ 2:30 pm
Bluffton University’s Masterworks performance will feature a chorus with members from the Bluffton University Chorale and the Bluffton Choral Society joined by an orchestra made up of university students and community members. The soloists are Bluffton University students Anna Cammarn, Constance Moushon, Meghan Gibson, Mary Bender and Kimberly Meyer. “Gloria” by Antonio Vivaldi will be performed and a freewill offering will be taken to help cover expenses.
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