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Monday, October 22, 2018

Backstage Q&A with Anita Sleeman

A Q&A with South Carolina Theatre Association executive director Anita Sleeman.

Anderson University professor’s play to appear in NYC solo festival

Making her second appearance at the United Solo festival in New York City on Oct. 14, Deborah McEniry will perform a one-woman play called...

Easley’s Foothills Playhouse sees rebirth with ‘Godspell’

Paul’s Pick of the Week: “Godspell” at Easley’s Foothills Playhouse, Oct. 5-21. Why you should go: Foothills Playhouse begins a new era under the leadership of...

Classical guitar and string quartet spotlighted in free Brooks Center performance

By Paul Hyde Paul's Pick of the Week: Classical guitarist Jason Vieaux and the Escher String Quartet in a free performance at the Brooks Center,...

Sound Bites: Tribute to Grant Green; Hans Wenzel; Lydia Lunch Retrovirus

Hans Wenzel and The Eighty-Sixers, with Layton Meacham 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5 Gottrocks, 200 Eisenhower Drive, Greenville $10-$20 Before Hans Wenzel moved from the...

Ranky Tanky’s Gullah-inspired jazz comes to Peace Center

When the Charleston jazz quintet Ranky Tanky released their self-titled debut album in October 2017, they had no idea what lay ahead for them. The...

Music on Sunday 2018-19 concert series celebrates 20 years

For 20 years, the Temple of Israel has produced a musical variety concert series in Greenville. With five concerts, the Music on Sunday series...

NEEDTOBREATHE uses old-school gear to bring live sound to latest EP

For most of their 17-year career, the rockers NEEDTOBREATHE have made big music. The band — from Seneca — has favored songs written, produced, and...

Divinely demented ‘Play That Goes Wrong’ opens Peace Center’s Broadway Series

Paul’s Pick of the Week: “The Play That Goes Wrong” If you go What: “The Play That Goes Wrong,” opening the Peace Center’s 2018-19 Broadway Series When:...

Illustrator Brittany Kelly often draws inspiration from favorite fantasy, fiction, fairy...

Brittany Kelly has been a lover of books for as long as she can remember. As an avid reader since a young age, books also...

SC artist recognized by Gibbes Museum for question-raising batik paintings

“You have to follow your dream and stick with what you feel you have to do,” he says. “As an artist, you have to select your voice.…For me, batik is that voice.” 

‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ is a play that goes wrong...

Peyton Crim has been in plays where something has gone wrong. But nothing like “The Play That Goes Wrong," the touring version of the currently longest-serving play on Broadway. It opens in Greenville on Oct. 2.

Singer-songwriter Jim Lauderdale brings country twang, roots-rock sounds to Upstate

It’s difficult to imagine a more full-circle moment than the one that Grammy-winning singer and songwriter Jim Lauderdale is experiencing right now. On Aug. 3,...

Sound Bites: Travers Brothership, celebrating Tom Petty, Rumours

Saturday, Sept. 29 Travers Brothership, with Groove Matter and Darby Wilcox Radio Room, 110 Poinsett Highway, Greenville 8 p.m. $8 in advance, $10 at door The Asheville, North Carolina,...

Hank, Pattie & The Current brings bluegrass with a twist to...

What: Albino Skunk Music Festival When: Thursday, Oct. 4-Saturday, Oct. 6 Where: Skunk Farm, 4063 Jordan Road, Greer Tickets: $35-$155 Info: http://albinoskunk.com/ When Hank, Pattie & The Current step...

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