Entertainment briefs, Nov. 8

Heidelberg to honor veterans Monday

Heidelberg University is to host its annual Veterans Day tribute at 11 a.m. Monday in front of Beeghly Library on Greenfield Street.

Award-winning novelist to visit Heidelberg

Heidelberg University is to have a visit from award-winning novelist and sportswriter Susan Petrone at 3 p.m. Friday in Herbster Chapel.

Petrone is the author of “The Super Ladies,” “Throw Like a Woman” and “A Body at Rest.” Her short story “Monster Jones Wants to Creep You Out” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Petrone’s work also has appeared in diverse venues such as ESPN.com, CoolCleveland and BELT. She also co-owns the Cleveland Indians blog, ItsPronouncedLajaway.com for ESPN.com’s SweetSpot network and a co-founder of Literary Cleveland.

Heidelberg to stage Shakespeare classic ‘Macbeth’ this weekend

Heidelberg University’s School of Music & Theatre is to present the William Shakespeare classic “Macbeth” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in Gundlach Theatre.

The tale of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth delves into the complexities of human nature as the brave general receives a prophesy from a trio of witches that he will become king of Scotland. A great epic is spun as the two plot and conspire for the throne, only to be tested in unimaginable ways in their hunt for glory, ambition and power.

Under the direction of Stephen Svoboda, this adaptation will come with some unexpected twists and surprises. In his adaptation, Heidelberg actors and actresses reflect the chaos in Macbeth’s world with music from the grunge and counter culture eras of the 1990s and 2000s.

Cast members include Austin Burkhalter as Macbeth and Kanzie James as Lady Macbeth. Remaining cast members include (they will portray multiple roles) Hollie Dunn, Ethan Miller, Elias Rousculp, Caira Goldstein, Candra Goerk, Connor Applegate, Kaylea Bowers, Emma Swain, Sam Stohlman, Shane Souders, Madison Swyers, Gavin Buurma, McCartney Betz, Pree Bryant, James Ogle, Kyrsten Lilly, Paige Hood, Joe Boehler, April Hall, Adam Robinson and Riley Gibson.

Tickets can be purchased online at gundlachtheatre.org or by calling (419) 448-2305.

Auditions for ‘Little Women’ next week

BELLEVUE – Bellevue Society for the Arts has scheduled open auditions for its production of “Little Women” at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at the theater, 205 Maple St.

The production is to be presented Jan. 18, 19, 20, 25 and 26.

TU to host annual ‘flag ceremony’

Tiffin University again is to host the annual International Flag Ceremony at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Marion Center.

To date, TU is home to more than 300 international students representing 28 countries. New countries represented this year include Bolivia, Peru and New Zealand.

Fremont to become sister city with Villa Hayes in Paraguay during ceremony

FREMONT — The city of Fremont and Villa Hayes in Paraguay are to become sister cities during a ceremony at 12:15 p.m. Monday, 140 years after President Rutherford B. Hayes arbitrated a land dispute in Paraguay’s favor to become a national hero there.

Officials from the two cities are to dedicate a tree in honor of the agreement.

HPLM to host exhibit inspired by veterans

FREMONT — Hayes Presidential Library & Museums are to host a special exhibit opening Sunday featuring local veteran stories of serving in wars dating back to World War II through original artwork.

The exhibit is titled “Experiencing Veterans and Artists Collaborations.” It is part of a national project that pairs artists with veterans to create an original piece of art based on their experiences.

The exhibit is to be on display through Jan. 31.

Trench art program, open house coming to Clyde Museum

CLYDE — The Clyde Museum is to host the World War I Trench Art program at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the museum, 124 W. Buckeye St.

Also, the museum is to host the annual Winesburg Weekend holiday open house noon-3 p.m. Nov. 17. It is to include live music and holiday goodies.