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.
When it comes to Upstate Shakespeare Festival productions, audiences ask one question every year: what twist will Producing and Artistic Director John Fagan give to that particular Bard’s work?
The S.C. Children’s Theatre could break ground in September on its new multimillion-dollar campus
Mike Sablone’s first full season will look at issues such as gentrification and gay marriage and celebrate the work of masters William Shakespeare and Eugene O’Neill.
Warehouse stages Arthur Miller’s tale about family secrets, lies, and war profiteering
Greenville Little Theatre Executive Artistic Director Allen McCalla knew he had to go big in 2017-18 season — the theater’s 50th year on Heritage Green and the 25th year McCalla and his wife, Suzanne, who serves as GLT’s producing director, have been at the helm.
Most of us know Dave Barry as a good-natured newspaper columnist who pokes fun at the weird, wacky and downright senseless aspects of American life. But fewer may know that Barry is also a children’s book author, and quite a successful one at that.