The 2022-23 Broadway Series is bookended by the return of two crowd-pleasers, “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Wicked.”
Ketch Secor has watched Greenville change a lot over the years. Secor is the singer, guitarist and bandleader for Nashville’s Old Crow Medicine Show, a Grammy-winning Americana band that mixes…
It’s been about two years since King has released new material, and he’s decided to use both nights at the Peace Center to road-test some brand-new tunes.
Director Daniel Fish has mined the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic for all the darkness he could unearth. The result is an often-compelling staging, though one that’s bound to alienate some theater-goers.
Camden Johnson has teamed up with the Peace Center for a showcase event at the outdoor TD Stage this Saturday called Up Next Greenville.
The Birmingham, Alabama band is an eight-piece group who can channel great soul men like Al Green.
The screenings on April 17 will be a little different this year.
The show, part of a series of concerts called “The Poets of Nashville,” marks a return to live music at one of the Upstate’s most beloved venues.
Here’s the complete Peace Center Broadway season lineup for 2020-2021.
At a time of fake news, intense partisan animosity and attacks on the press, “1984” seems as relevant as ever, said Desiree Sanchez, director of the production.
In a rut with date night? We’re here to help. Every week, we’ll pair a notable show – music, art, dance, or theater – with the perfect pre-show dinner at a local restaurant.
“Being a Polish orchestra, we want to showcase some of the great composers from this part of the world,” said Giancarlo Guerrero, the orchestra’s music director who’ll be on the podium.
Branford Marsalis compares his relationship with his quartet to a good conversation.
Two terrific shows have taken up residence, and they’ll send you into 2020 with hope and joy.
“Right now, I’m looking at life through my wife’s eyes,” he says of his current standup material. “I’m talking about what it’s like being married to an idiot.”