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This thrilling musical adventure explores the lives and crimes of America’s most notorious bank-robbing couple. Runs through September 24; check online for dates and times. 8pm. $25/adult, $23/senior. Toledo Repertoire Theatre 16 10th St. | 419-243-9277 | toledorep.org
This two-day festival features live readings from a diverse selection of original works by Michigan playwrights/ Features the Roustabout Theatre Troupe. 4:30-9:30pm, Friday August 25 and 3-9:30pm Saturday, August 26. Throughout downtown on Milan Main Street 17 W. Main St., Milan, MI. Check Facebook for details.
The Fort Findlay Playhouse is looking for three men and three women for Joe DiPietro’s play about grandparents scheming to stop their grandson from moving across the country. Performances will run September 28-October 7. 7:30-9pm. The Fort Findlay Playhouse 300 W. Sandusky St. | Findlay | firstname.lastname@example.org
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You all know the scene: you come upon a dog who is undernourished, chained to a fence, and out in the elements, and you wonder what can be done. There are agencies and places where animals can go to receive loving care. Forever homes Jessica LaValley, annual fund manager at the Toledo Area Humane Society
This high-energy, slapstick comedy musical parodies classic Roman plays. Pseudolus, a slave, helps his owner win the affection of a beautiful girl in exchange for his freedom. Through June 18. 8pm, Friday-Saturday. 2:30pm, Sunday. One weekday performance at 8pm, Thursday, June 15. $25/adult, $23/senior, $10/student 14 and above, $5/student 13 and under. Discounts for groups