The free event will be held from May 10 to May 12 in downtown Greenville.
It’s a classic American tale of immigrant success but also of greed, brutal acquisition and occasional unethical practices.
It seems like every time the Castlewood, Virginia, band 49 Winchester comes to the Upstate, they’re a little bit bigger and better than the time before.
“Greer: Past in Pictures” will be for sale at select, unannounced in-person locations in the coming weeks.
After Greenville, St. Olaf Choir will play its last two shows in Nashville, Tennessee, and Kirkwood, Missouri.
The "Art Opens Doors" exhibit will travel to the participating schools for public viewing.
The Sofia Philharmonic, founded in 1892, is the national orchestra of Bulgaria.
“The fact that the Peace Center show is on Valentine’s Day is not necessarily deliberate,” Drew Holcomb says, “but this tour is always around this time of year.
The critically acclaimed musical, with classic songs by Bob Dylan, arrives in Greenville Feb. 6 for eight performances through Feb. 11.
"Narwhal: Revealing an Arctic Legend” will be on display through June 16.
"No Sleep Theme Park" features works by painter and multimedia artist Joseph Smolin and interdisciplinary artist Griffin Cordell.
“D is for Dance Party” will run through Feb. 4 on the theater’s Younts Stage.
The exhibit features works by painter Rachael Van Dyke.
The 1985 play won both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play.
The concert is a part of the admission-free Utsey Series, founded by Mickey Harder.