Weekend Entertainment | Broadway Tunes to Limp Bizkit

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A seven-day stretch of events begins today with a 7:30 p.m. Youngstown Symphony Orchestra concert at Powers Auditorium.

Carl Topilow of the Cleveland Pops Orchestra will be the guest director for the concert, which was originally slated for February but was postponed due to a snowstorm.

The concert, which will bring an end to the YSO season, will feature guest vocalist Connor Bogart in a program of Broadway and movie music.

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Reverend Horton Heat returns to Westside Bowl on Sunday for a show that also includes Koffin Kats and Bob’s Country Bunker. Tickets for the rockabilly show are $20 in advance at Eventbrite.com and $25 at the door.

The closing concert bookend will be Limp Bizkit on Wednesday, May 18, at Covelli Centre. The  ‘90s metal-rap band was once one of the biggest in the world. It has returned to action after a two-year hiatus with this tour, which it has dubbed “Limp Bizkit Still Sucks Tour.”

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The local community theater season is winding down, but there are a couple of little-known but interesting shows on area stages.

Selah Dessert Theater has “A Walk in the Woods,” which takes a fly on the wall look at a high-stakes arms reduction negotiation during the Cold War.

Salem Community Theater presents “The Kitchen Witches,” a comedy about a cable-access cooking show.

The Jewish Community Center of Youngstown has the family musical “Seussical Jr.” at Ford Family Recital Hall.

And Top Hat Productions is bring back its popular and original dinner-theater show, “Mangia.”

For details for these and all events, click on THE LIST.

Pictured: Carl Topilow will conduct the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra tonight.

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