Medina County Arts Foundation

The Medina County Arts Foundation is pleased to again host the Akron Symphony Orchestra for Medina Holiday Pops at the Medina Performing Arts Center.

For the very first time, the entire Akron Symphony family will share the stage for this Ak
ron holiday tradition. The concert will be led by Maestro Christopher Wilkins and include the Akron Symphony Orchestra, Akron Symphony Chorus, Gospel Meets Symphony Choir and members of the Akron Youth Symphony. The concert will feature an appearance by Santa Claus and “Let It Go”, the hit song from the movie Frozen.

The Medina Holiday Pops Concert takes place on Saturday, December 20, 2014 at 7:30 pm at the Medina Performing Arts Center (851 Weymouth Road in Medina).

Tickets for Medina Holiday Pops can be purchased online: http://www.akronsymphony.org/medinaholidaypops/ or in person from the Akron Symphony ticket office, or by phone. Stop by from 8 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday or call 330-535-8131.


Audition Notice

Medina County Show Biz Co.


Directed by Derwin Loverink

Monday, December 8 – (6:00-9:00pm)
Tuesday, December 9 – (6:00-9:00pm)
Haddad Theater
114 North Broadway, Medina, OH
Enter east side of building, two story windows by stairway.

Cold readings from the script
Bring headshot and resume if you have one
List your scheduling conflicts January 2 - March 15.

Show dates – March 6-7-8 & 13-14-15.

Elwood P Dowd -- male / ~47 – protagonist
Veta Louise Simmons – female / 40’s-50’s? – his sister
Myrtle Mae Simmons – female / 20’s – her daughter/his niece
Miss Johnson – female / 20-60 – Dowd family maid
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet – female ~65 – wealthy society woman
Ruth Kelly, RN – female / ~24 – head nurse at Chumley Rest
Duane Wilson – male / ~28-50 – sanitarium strong-arm
Lyman Sanderson, MD – male / 27-28 – doctor/psychiatrist
William R Chumley, MD – male / ~57 – founder of the psychiatric hospital
Betty Chumley – female / ~55 – Dr. Chumley’s wife
Judge Omar Gaffney – male / “elderly” – Dowd family’s attorney
E J Lofgren – male / 30’s+ – cab driver for 15 years



Brunswick Theatre Event

Brunswick Alumni Community Theatre is presenting The Fabulous Fable Factory on November 20, 21, 22 and 23rd at the Brunswick Recreation Center on 3637 Center Rd in Brunswick.   Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for seniors/students and are all general admission.  Tickets are available now at www.brunswickAct.org and will available at the door.   Curtain is 7:00pm for November 20, 21 and 22nd and 2:00pm for November 23rd.   

The Fabulous Fable Factory was written by Joseph Robinette and is a delightful story of an inquisitive youngster who discovers an old factory operated by a Mr. Aesop and an assembly line of several fablemakers. Some of Aesop's best-known fables including The Ant and the Grasshopper, The Lion and the Mouse, The Tortoise and the Hare and others are enacted as the young boy surprises everyone, including himself, with his moral-making ability.   This is the Brunswick ACT annual Youth Theatre production and features a cast of over 20 youths under 18 years of age from Brunswick and surrounding areas.
Further information is available by calling 330-558-1228 or by emailing BrunswickACT@yahoo.com