With hits like “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” and “I Could Have Danced All Night,” Glow Lyric Theatre’s “My Fair Lady” retells the timeless story of Eliza.
French opera “Carmen” gets a fresh take in Glow Lyric Theatre’s production. Away from the Spanish bullfights, Glow tells Carmen’s story of surviving a difficult world.
Women supporting other women — that’s precisely what original musical “Herstory: How She Saw It” brings to Greenville’s theatre scene.
You don't have to be a connoisseur of classical symphonic music to know Ludwig van Beethoven.
Featuring music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, “In the Heights” portrays three days in New York City’s Washington Heights, a predominantly Hispanic-American neighborhood.
If you're looking for an evening of laughs with an underlying current of social commentary, then check out Glow Lyric Theatre's upcoming comedic opera “H.M.S. Pinafore.”
“We’re looking at the issue from a lot of different sides,” says Jenna Tamisiea, GLOW's artistic director. “This is everybody’s problem, and everybody at some point has to be a part of the solution.”
Now in its eighth season, GLOW has grown its audience, increased its summer season to three shows performed in repertory, and seen former cast members explode onto the national scene.
In collaboration with Upstate Pride SC, the show features seven Upstate LGBTQ singers, actors, and dancers as they share personal experiences through dance, poetry, stand-up comedy and a myriad of musical styles including musical theatre, pop/hip-hop, and opera.
This year, GLOW is performing the 45-minute opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors" Dec. 10, 16 and 20 in three Greenville churches, all with completely different stages requiring a variation on the set and blocking.