International Ballet continues its annual ‘Nutcracker’ tradition at the Peace Center

“International Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ plays an important role in our community by giving children and adults alike a chance to see a classic winter fairy tale, performed at a very high level,” Tressor says.

GLOW takes ‘Amahl and the Night Visitors’ on a tour of Greenville

This year, GLOW is performing the 45-minute opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors” Dec. 10, 16 and 20 in three Greenville churches, all with completely different stages requiring a variation on the set and blocking.

Comedian Hunter Gardner wants you to drink with Jesus

Two one-man shows take on booze, religion and spending Christmas with your teetotaling family

Comedy Night

November 7, 2016

Christmastime is Here

Real-life brother and sister star as siblings in ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’

Globetrotting and Gershwin

Former ‘Amazing Race’ winner starts a new cross-country journey as star of ‘An American in Paris’

An unexpected love story in ‘Of Mice and Men’

Not many people would refer to John Steinbeck’s gritty novella “Of Mice and Men” as a love story.

Bridging the Cultural Gap

Greenville Chorale performance designed to acknowledge Jewish community

All Lit Up

New Warehouse Theatre sign draws more attention to shows

Mind Games

“Curious Incident” gives audience look inside unusual boy’s sensory world

Centre Stage 2016 New Play Festival winner announced

Metropolitan Art Council’s funding of the festival allows Centre Stage to bring three never-before seen plays to Greenville each year in order to advance the art of dramatic creative writing.

Paint by Music

Local artist Dumah captures energy of live concerts on canvas

Personality Crisis

Mother and daughter are best friends, theater partners in Centre Stage’s “Jekyll & Hyde”