‘Little Shop of Horrors’ brings exotic, blood-thirsty plant to Centre Stage

“It’s two hours of absurdity, but absurdity that makes sense and is relatable and fun — fun absurdity.” -actor Mary Evan Giles.

‘Rockabilly Heaven’ mixes rock, country into legendary music experience

Centre Stage’s “Rockabilly Heaven” revisits hit songs from the musical era that mixed rock and country to create a new influential genre. 

Paul’s Pick: Centre Stage’s ‘Good People’ looks intensely at what holds people back

Paul’s Pick of the Week: Centre Stage’s Fringe Series show, “Good People,”…
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Centre Stage announces leadership change

Thom Seymour Jr. will serve as Centre Stage’s interim executive and artistic…

Venture ‘Into the Woods’ with Centre Stage’s upcoming musical

“Witches can be right, Giants can be good.” Greenvillians can embark on a magical journey to see well-known fairytales intertwine in Tony Award-winning musical “Into the Woods” at Centre Stage.

‘Doubt’ allows audience to decide for themselves who is guilty

“Doubt” does not stray from the seriousness of scandal in the Catholic…

Centre Stage offers heartwarming Christmas comedy ‘Laughing All the Way’

Paul’s Pick of the Week: “Laughing All the Way” at Centre Stage,…

‘World Builders’ addresses mental illness with dark, romantic humor

Forced to choose between fantasy and reality, characters Max and Whitney fall in love as patients suffering from schizoid personality disorder in the Centre Stage Fringe Series’ “World Builders.”

Centre Stage looks at mental health with ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’

While many are familiar with the 1975 film “One Flew Over the…

Centre Stage announces first Cabaret Benefit Series, supports arts accessibility

The lineup for Centre Stage’s 2018-19 Cabaret Benefit Series features children’s music,…

Centre Stage brings The Dreamettes to life, sheds light on social injustices

“Dreamgirls” will kick off Centre Stage’s 2018-19 “Season for You.” The Broadway…

Backstage Q&A: Thomas Azar

Thomas Azar’s acting career began when he was simply trying to earn an easy A in high school, and now has taken him across the country following his love of Shakespeare and other classic shows.

‘Breaking Up Is Hard to Do’ chronicles missed connections and romance

The musical Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, which opened Thursday night at Greenville’s Centre Stage theater, spins a tale of jilted lovers, showbiz wannabes, missed connections, and new chances at romance, all set to the tunes of one of pop music’s best-known singer-songwriters, Neil Sedaka.

Centre Stage’s ‘The Tin Woman’ shares heartwarming story

Based on a true story, “The Tin Woman” follows graphic designer Joy…

Backstage: A Q&A with Mill Town Players’ Will Ragland

If actor, director and scenic designer aren’t enough descriptions for Will Ragland, here’s one more — builder. Ragland has built two high school theater programs — at Woodmont and Palmetto — and the Mill Town Players, a community theater in Pelzer, formed in 2014 and now one of the state’s most attended community theaters.