The Weekend Buckeye List: Jan. 10-12
Celebrate Paul Brown at the Massillon Museum, listen to the songs that made Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons famous, see exquisite ice sculptures in Marietta and more.
Hear the songs that made Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons famous when the Tony Award-winning “Jersey Boys” takes the stage at Columbus’ Palace Theatre Jan. 10 and 11. The musical features the group’s greatest hits, including “Sherry,” “Walk Like a Man” and “Big Girls Don’t Cry.” 34 W. Broad St., Columbus 43215, 614/469-0939, capa.com
Watch two groundbreaking film classics at the Valentine Theatre Jan. 10 when the 1931 movies “Frankenstein” and “Dracula” come to the big screen. 410 Adams St., Toledo 43604, 419/242-3490, valentinetheatre.com
See thought-provoking oil paintings created by artist Wendy Cross in “Ten Years: A Reckoning” at the Springfield Museum of Art through Jan. 12. The artist works combine whimsy with images that reflect universal concerns. 107 Cliff Park Rd., Springfield 45504, 937/325-4673, springfieldart.net
Listen to Rhonda Vincent & the Rage perform bluegrass at Stuart's Opera House Jan. 12. Heralded as The New Queen of Bluegrass by the The Wall Street Journal, singer-songwriter Vincent incorporates savvy contemporary touches while drawing from authentic traditions of the classic genre. 52 Public Square, Nelsonville 45764, 740/753-1924, stuartsoperahouse.org
Celebrate Ohio’s love of football at Massillon Museum’s new wing, the Paul Brown Museum. Through Jan. 12, the museum is featuring two exhibits exploring the history of the sport. “Evolution of the Football Jersey” chronicles how player uniforms have changed since the 1870s, and “25 Years of the Greatest High School Rivalry” focuses on the famous contests between the Massillon Tigers and Canton McKinley Bulldogs. 121 Lincoln Way E., Massillon 44646, 330/833-4061, massillonmuseum.org