Warehouse Theatre

There’s humor to be found in ‘Every Brilliant Thing’

This is just the show to see if you’re looking for a show that isn’t a Christmas play.
Julie Valentine Center

Upstate musicians band together to help the Julie Valentine Center

The benefit will be Sunday at The Spinning Jenny in Greer.

Three productions of ‘The Nutcracker’ pirouette onto stage in Greenville

The first performance of ‘The Nutcracker’ in the U.S. took place in 1944 and was performed by the San Francisco Ballet – nutcracker.com
Ballroom dancing

Steppin’ out: Competitive ballroom dancing inspires four Upstate women

Dr. Anne Parker, Tammy Barber, Liz Seman and Sharon Nagy are all competitive ballroom dancers who take lessons at the Carolina Ballroom Dance Studio.

Come on Down! ‘The Price is Right Live’ coming to Bon Secours

Tickets are on sale now for a traveling version of the popular daytime TV show, The Price is Right. Participants will have the opportunity to “come on down” and play live versions of the show’s classic games such as Plinko, spin The Big Wheel, and earn cash prizes.
Cassandra King

Novelist Cassandra King to visit Greenville

Cassandra King met Pat Conroy, who passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2016, at a party in 1995 when they were both 50.
The Assembly of Greenville

The Assembly presents nine young women at its 95th annual ball

The Assembly, established in 1923, says it is the oldest women’s social club in Greenville.

Cosmic Christmas: Robert Earl Keen’s one-of-a-kind holiday show returns to the Peace Center

Expect to hear the classic “Merry Christmas from the Family.”

Don’t call the The Shady Recruits a “side project”

The Shady Recruits are an Upstate supergroup that mixes jazz, rock, funk and skill.

Have ‘A Holly Jolly Christmas’ with Centre Stage this season

“A Holly Jolly Christmas” held by Centre Stage and directed by Javy Pagan has performances starting on Dec. 5 through 21.
Upstate Beat

Upstate Beat : Soldier Songs and Voices meetup helps veterans deal with post-trauma challenges

The next Soldier Songs and Voices gathering is 4-6 p.m. Dec. 1 at Smiley’s Acoustic Café with it being open to anyone, not just experienced musicians.

Postmodern Jukebox adds a retro twist to Christmas

“We have a lot of fun with these Christmas songs,” says bassist and band leader Adam Kubota. “It’s a very entertaining show.”

Greenville-born songwriter Cleve Wilson nominated for CMA award

“I’m lucky enough to be coming from such a supportive community,” Cleve Wilson said. “I’m so thankful for Greenville, all the people in my corner here.”

Children’s Theatre brings ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ back to the Gunter Theatre

It’s Christmastime and all the Peanuts kids are celebrating — writing letters…