Artists Allison Anne Brown and Megan Heuse interpret the human condition and social norms through the filter of womanhood.
Yonrico Scott has been around the world. A powerful but flexible percussionist, he’s played with Outkast, Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, Peabo Bryson, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Sammy Davis Jr., Chuck Berry, and a score of other musicians, with a long stop in guitar phenom Derek Trucks’ band.
Events include a night focused on spoken word artistry, a cultural dance presentation, dining nights, and an address by nationally known author Lawrence Ross.
In collaboration with Upstate Pride SC, the show features seven Upstate LGBTQ singers, actors, and dancers as they share personal experiences through dance, poetry, stand-up comedy and a myriad of musical styles including musical theatre, pop/hip-hop, and opera.
BJU Museum & Gallery campus location to close for renovations; Heritage Green to shut down permanently
Bob Jones University’s on-campus Museum & Gallery will close on Feb. 18 for a two-year renovation and its Heritage Green location will close Feb. 4 permanently.
Riddled with potty humor and F-bombs, “The Book of Mormon” might not seem like the catalyst to serious conversation about religious beliefs. But that’s exactly what the Broadway musical written by the creators of “South Park” is, according to Gabe Gibbs.
When the Birmingham musician finished his latest album, he suddenly found he had no way to release it.
Monster Mutt driver Kevin Crocker will have a bit of a competitive advantage when it comes to trying to beat Grave Digger this weekend during Monster Jam at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville this weekend– he’s also Grave Digger’s crew chief.
For Greenville’s theater families, the stage ain’t nothing but a family thing.
Horrible Girl Amelia Taylor talks about transitioning and her gender-bending musical showcase.
While there are some familiar titles in Centre Stage’s 2017-18 Main Stage lineup, there are some not-so-familiar plays and musicals scheduled, too. It’s possible because of the trust the theater has built up in recent years, Centre Stage’s Executive Artistic Director Glenda ManWaring said.
Chautauqua’s 2017 season features those who incited or inspired change with their words