Furman comedy troupe Idiom Savant reforms … for one night only

When they step onstage at The Velo Fellow next Saturday, the members of comedy/improv troupe Idiom Savant will have not performed in 25 years.

The Greenville Little Theatre receives an extraordinary gift

Allen McCalla, GLT’s executive artistic director, said the gift would benefit the theater for generations to come.

Moody Black and his slam poetry team are hidden gems in Greenville’s arts scene

For a couple of decades, Moody Black, aka Robert Mullins Jr., has been standing on stages around the Upstate and around the country, delivering his words at open mics and poetry slams.

An exploration of gentrification in ‘Clybourne Park’ hits close to home in Greenville

Greenville’s unprecedented growth has sparked debate regarding affordable housing and gentrification, and the Warehouse Theatre is preparing to tackle the latter issue head-on in its production of Bruce Norris’ “Clybourne Park.”

GSO opens season with Beethoven tribute, return of soloist Dmitri Levkovich

GSO’s 70th season is a milestone like that deserves something powerful, passionate, and crowd-pleasing, and only one name comes to mind: Ludwig Von Beethoven.

Based on a graphic memoir, ‘Fun Home’ is a surprising Broadway success

“Fun Home” opens on Sept. 26 at the Peace Center for eight performances.

Dwarves take center stage in CBT’s ‘Snow White the Ballet’

Carolina Ballet Theatre’s 2017-18 season opener, “Snow White the Ballet,” is a unique retelling of the classic fairytale.

Conspiracy, corporate malfeasance, and unheralded heroics drive the hard-hitting drama ‘Radium Girls’

“Radium Girls” will be a theater-in-the-round performance, meaning the audience will sit surrounding the stage in close proximity to the actors.

International Ballet takes on Armenian folk, the Rat King, and comedy this season

The 14th season offers L’automne, the company’s newly renamed signature fall concert; “The Nutcracker” in December; and the return of the comic full-length ballet “Coppélia” in the spring.

Greenville Chorale begins rehearsing Dan Forrest’s blazingly bright new composition

“Lux,” which is the Latin word for light, will premiere Oct. 28 with a performance by the Greenville Chorale and Greenville Symphony Orchestra.

Allen and Suzanne McCalla celebrate a quarter-century at Greenville Little Theatre

This year marks the McCallas’ silver anniversary with the theater. During their tenure, they’ve produced more than 180 shows and tripled attendance.

“The Bodyguard” is singer Deborah Cox’s role of a lifetime

Deborah Cox developed her sound and style while listening to the ‘Bodyguard’ soundtrack. Now she plays the part on Broadway.

It’s theater season in Greenville and this year’s slate includes comedies, musicals and dramas

September is here, and that means that the 2017-18 seasons at Centre Stage, Greenville Little Theatre, South Carolina Children’s Theatre, and The Warehouse Theatre are about to get underway.

SCCT season brings children’s books, animated movie to life

When the South Carolina Children’s Theatre puts together its new season, it looks for a mix of new shows and fan favorites. This season, they nailed it.