From a young age, Charis Jackson Barrios was fascinated with the concept of storytelling through drawings. Watching cartoons and reading comics were not just entertaining childhood pastimes; they were central in shaping her early artistic interests and aspirations.
It would be difficult to find a contemporary play that embodies the current culture wars more precisely than “The Cake,” written by “This Is Us” producer and writer Bekah Brunstetter.…
“It helped me realize that I wasn’t alone and there were other veterans going through it. It was beneficial for me to talk to someone that could relate to what was happening.”
It’s a crisp Sunday morning at Alder Park in Simpsonville, and Lucas Croft is throwing a flying disc to his dog, Sailor, a Belgian Malinois. With just a flick of…
When Judy Verhoeven decided to pursue art full time following two decades split between being a graphic designer and a stay-at-home home schooling mom, she revisited an art form that had been a staple of her adolescence.
While the demand for MHAGC’s crisis services continues to increase, a lack of resources, compounded by funding cuts and volunteer shortages, has posed challenges for the agency.
“We aren’t trying to mimic the iconic characters of Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore,” says Glenda ManWaring. “We’re letting the actors tell their story in their way.”
Alexander will present the closing keynote address at Read Up, Greenville, a daylong festival that celebrates middle-grade and young adult books, authors, and readers.
The Greenville Journal recently asked some local craft brewery folks to give us the details on their current and upcoming seasonal releases.
Seventeen artists from Greenville were represented in the 2017 festival.
This is the sixth year in a row that South Carolina has ranked in the Top 5 states for women killed by men.
Greenville’s unprecedented growth has sparked debate regarding affordable housing and gentrification, and the Warehouse Theatre is preparing to tackle the latter issue head-on in its production of Bruce Norris’ “Clybourne Park.”
The Warehouse Theatre is intertwining its upcoming production of "Clybourne Park," a play that explores race relations and community response to gentrification, with a two-part forum series focusing on Greenville's recent growth and development.
McDaniel and a representative from Remy Martin, a French firm that produces cognac, plan to offer a white, milk, and dark chocolate to complement three liqueurs: Remy Martin 1738, Cointreau, and Cointreau Noir.
“Radium Girls” will be a theater-in-the-round performance, meaning the audience will sit surrounding the stage in close proximity to the actors.