The 10-person play follows a professor who returns to Vietnam where his grandfather, a missionary, was killed 50 years before during the Tet Offensive.
The Warehouse Theatre is presenting the South Carolina and Southern regional premiere of the play, continuing through Jan. 26.
“I Feel Good: A Trip to Motown,” opening Thursday, Jan. 23, for a three-week run, features the upbeat music of Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Gladys Knight & the Pips, and many others.
“Being a Polish orchestra, we want to showcase some of the great composers from this part of the world,” said Giancarlo Guerrero, the orchestra’s music director who’ll be on the podium.
The orchestra’s Spotlight concerts feature intimate chamber works performed by musicians of Greenville Symphony.
“Jack Cohan and Friends” returns to the Temple of Israel’s Music on Sunday series at 3 p.m. Jan. 12.
The 32 solo piano works span 600 pages and 11 hours of music.
Two terrific shows have taken up residence, and they’ll send you into 2020 with hope and joy.
“Beautiful” returns to the Peace Center on Tuesday, Dec. 31, for eight performances through Sunday, Jan. 5.
“Every time I sing with a symphony for a holiday concert, there’s a feeling of community, family and nostalgia,” Diane Penning said.
The 2019 “Christmas With the Chorale” performance takes place 7:30 p.m. Dec. 17 at Furman University’s McAlister Auditorium.
The five-person “Spamilton” is performed in one fast-paced act. A pianist provides musical accompaniment.
The first performance of 'The Nutcracker' in the U.S. took place in 1944 and was performed by the San Francisco Ballet - nutcracker.com
“We have a lot of fun with these Christmas songs,” says bassist and band leader Adam Kubota. “It’s a very entertaining show.”
It’s Christmastime and all the Peanuts kids are celebrating — writing letters to Santa, hanging decorations, addressing cards. Except for Charlie Brown. “Charlie Brown bemoans the fact that Christmas is…