The two-hour musical review features songs from the Bee Gees, Carole King, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Wonder, Three Dog Night, Queen, Marvin Gaye, Prince, and many others. Singing along is encouraged.
For their fourth season, the Mill Town Players will hold performances — both musicals and plays — at the Historic Pelzer Auditorium and the Younts Center.
21st century breakdown.
For Billy Harrigan Tighe, landing a role in ‘Finding Neverland’ helped him remember why he became an actor
When Billy Harrigan Tighe took on the role of Peter Pan creator J.M. Barrie in the touring Broadway production of “Finding Neverland,” it spoke to the actor in a way he didn’t anticipate.
Greenville County Council is scheduled to give final approval to leasing the former SHARE building on Pendleton Street to the South Carolina Children’s Theatre for a temporary home while the theater’s new multi-million campus is built.
Famed actor Ed Asner will be touring in the Upstate for his new production, “A Man and His Prostate,” on Sept. 18 at 3 and 7 p.m. at Greenville’s Centre Stage.
The Peace Center’s Save-A-Seat gives the public the opportunity to come in and select their seats for the 2017-2018 Broadway season.
Disney’s “The Lion King” broke the record for the highest-grossing engagement in Greenville theatrical history, according to the Peace Center.
The season begins with a haunting opera version of “The Crucible,” July 13–28, followed by the hippie rock musical “Hair,” July 14–30, and concluding with the Gilbert and Sullivan political satire operetta “The Gondoliers,” July 21–29.
Nick Cordileone has spent nearly six years on the road playing Timon in the national tour of Disney’s “The Lion King.” But Father’s Day isn’t acknowledged by a just a phone call or through a mailed gift because his 15-year-old daughter, Hero, has spent the last five years traveling with him full-time.
The chorale’s season includes a variety of new and old choral and choral-orchestral works, including the world premiere of a commissioned work by Greenville composer Dan Forrest.
The Girl with the Don’t-Care Attitude
The only reason Gerald Ramsey auditioned for the Broadway production of Disney’s “The Lion King” during an open casting call in Honolulu was because a friend offered to buy him food if he did.