Cleveland theaters respond to pandemic

A recent WKYC.com article by Kevin Landers is boldly titled, “Ohio Citizens for the Arts warns without federal or state funding, theaters may never reopen1.” Amidst this life-altering pandemic, alarm bells go off when reading statements like this one. It’s true – the arts are hurting around the world right now. “The rate of unemploymentContinue reading “Cleveland theaters respond to pandemic”

THE OBA ASKS FOR A MOUNTAIN – TCT is on top of this tale of Nigeria

Have you ever asked for something big? How big? A sandwich? A puppy? A car? A house? A MOUNTAIN?! Talespinner Children’s Theatre (TCT) is touting a tale of epic proportions, as it presents “The Oba Asks For A Mountain,” playing now through April 29, 2018. Written by Gail Nyoka, this Tale of Nigeria can be seenContinue reading “THE OBA ASKS FOR A MOUNTAIN – TCT is on top of this tale of Nigeria”

Talespinner Brews Up a Bit of Magic with RED ONION, WHITE GARLIC

It’s always like stepping into another world when walking through the doors of Talespinner Children’s Theatre (TCT). Now into the beginning of its “second five years,” the still chronologically young theater is making magic for all ages with its current tale, “Red Onion, White Garlic (a Tale of Indonesia),” running April 8th through 30th, 2017. TheContinue reading “Talespinner Brews Up a Bit of Magic with RED ONION, WHITE GARLIC”