Tickets are going fast.
“Greenville is like a second home to many of us,” said executive director Chris Verdugo.
“A Peep Behind the Scenes,” based on a once-famous novel by Amy Catherine Walton, opens March 6 for 20 performances through April 23.
The Tony Award-winning musical, set in the elegant Edwardian era, opens March 6 for 11 performances through March 22.
This production, a revised version of the ballet, features about 50 dancers in an array of dance styles.
Hard-charging rock show explores issues that are a big part of today’s cultural debate: gender fluidity, diversity and inclusion.
The main plot is set against the backdrop of the Paris uprising of 1832 with students and workers fighting for “les miserables” — the impoverished and starving people of France.
“It’s very much a homecoming to be back in the area,” Joseph Young said.
The 24-voice group is part of the larger Greenville Chorale, which featured Parts I and II of Handel’s choral masterwork in December 2018.
“Axel” arrives at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena Feb. 13 with six shows through Feb. 16.
Disney’s “Aladdin,” a show for the whole family, arrives at the Peace Center on Wednesay, Feb. 12, for a two-week run, with 16 performances scheduled.
At a time of fake news, intense partisan animosity and attacks on the press, “1984” seems as relevant as ever, said Desiree Sanchez, director of the production.
This production marks the third time the S.C. Children's Theatre has staged the classic play.
This tour of the Lerner-and-Loewe musical is the same Lincoln Center Theater production that won raves on Broadway.
“The program represents the best of Russian music of the 19th century,” Edvard Tchivzhel said in a recent interview.