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7:14 am on Friday May 25, 2012

Summer Arts Camps offered in North Charleston

Space is still available for kids, ages 5 to 13, to participate in Summer Arts Camps sponsored by the City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department. Instruction is offered in visual arts, theatre, and African drum and dance, by local arts...
8:29 am on Monday May 7, 2012

Going to Spoleto? Don't miss Natalie Daise.

Natalie's Daise's original play, "Becoming Harriet Tubman" has been selected by the Piccolo Spoleto Festival of Charleston to run during the internationally-recognized festival. But first, she is giving one night to Beaufort, her home town,...
12:25 pm on Wednesday May 2, 2012

Bringing Cultures Together in Charleston

MRSOE! (Most RACES Show on Earth!) is coming off a successful sold-out run at the 2012 Charleston Comedy Festival. Our fiery brand of multicultural comedy is coming back to Charleston with a new show called, "MRSOE! Presents..." which will be...
2:23 am on Wednesday May 2, 2012

Charleston Architects' Redesign of Classic Marquee Makes National List

The Atlanta Cities names Sottile Theatre marquee as one of North America’s Most Distinctive May 2, 2012 (Charleston, SC) –  The redesign of the Sottile Theatre marquee in downtown Charleston, SC, a collaboration of architects Whitney Powers and...
7:58 am on Monday April 30, 2012

North Charleston Arts Festival Presents Interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

Actors’ Theatre of South Carolina will host the North Charleston Arts Festival’s annual interactive murder mystery dinner theatre on Thursday, May 10, 2012.  The original production, titled The Ashley Alston Mystery, features award-winning film and...
9:15 am on Thursday April 12, 2012

WINGS for kids Hosts Special Screening of ‘Bully’

CHARLESTON, SC –Thirteen million kids will be bullied in the U.S. this year. This is just one of the startling statistics viewers will learn from a new documentary on bullying. WINGS for kids wants to get people talking about this issue, and is...
7:56 am on Thursday April 5, 2012

Stone Age Recreation, a world-premiere operetta

A world premiere musical comedy, composed by the College of Charleston's Craig Budde and presented as a workshop production to the public for the very first time in conjunction with one of Washington, DC's best young theatre troupes - the Apron...
8:15 am on Wednesday June 8, 2011

Charleston Stage Presents ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD VERY BAD DAY

Image by Image Courtesy of Charleston Stage Some Days Are Like That January 28 – 29, 2012 Presented by Charleston Stage at Dock Street Theatre Book by Judith Viorst Music and Lyrics by Judith Viorst Composed by Shelly Markham Direction and Musical...
7:20 am on Wednesday June 8, 2011

Charleston Stage Presents DRACULA

Image by Image Courtesy of Charleston Stage Love at Twilight!October 14 – 30, 2011 Presented by Charleston Stage at Dock Street Theatre Adapted by William McNulty Originally Dramatized by John L. Balderston and Hamilton Deane Dramatized From Bram...
6:06 am on Tuesday March 10, 2009

'Standing up ... For myself' comes to Theatre 99 (updated)

Image by ckd.jpg Update March 10: Charlie Magazine has a fun little interview with Donnelly. First reporting: Theatre 99 improv regular and local standup comedian Kathleen Donnelly brings her long rumored one woman show to the stage Thursday, March...

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