Must-do events this week
Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" is, at heart, a comic romance of reluctant lovers, malicious gossip, and witty repartee.
Three hit musicals, a masterful thriller, a heartwarming comedy, and a beloved holiday classic headline Greenville Little Theatre's 2018-2019 season.
The Wood Brothers, a musically adventurous Americana trio consisting of singer/guitarist Oliver Wood, bassist Chris Wood (formerly of the jazz-funk band Medeski, Martin & Wood) and multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix, have a busy schedule this weekend.
Brackett has grown vastly as an artist and designer, but still finds inspiration in the simple things in life — conversations with friends, movies, musicians he likes, and nature.
Five-year-old Charlotte Bates, from Honea Path, and 4-year-old Regan Ciccarelli, from Clemson, will alternate the role of Lulu, the daughter of the production's main character, Jenna.
"Perfect Wedding," opening this weekend at Greenville Little Theatre, contains all the elements you'd expect from a classic farce: slamming doors, mistaken identities, comedic chaos, and a flying toilet brush.
Must-see shows this week
Son Little's new album, aptly titled "New Magic," is a step beyond the debut in every respect.
To try to sum up the career of the avant-garde artist, composer, musician, and film director Laurie Anderson in the space we have is an impossible task.
The title of the new EP by the Upstate band Finding Freedom is "Genre Is a Social Construct," and it's a concept the band spends the five songs on the EP espousing.
As high school seniors who have danced together or shared roles in every performance to date, Lydia and Logan Acker, 18, will close out this stage of their young careers on April 14 and 15, performing as Swanhilda, the lead role in the classical ballet “Coppélia,” with International Ballet.
In writer, director, and cinematographer Will Stewart's new short film, "Voices," which will be principally shot in Greenville starting this weekend, the main character has a problem.
Glenda ManWaring has performed for all of Greenville’s theaters, but her first year as Centre Stage’s executive artistic director was perhaps her most difficult role.