In Annie Baker’s “The Flick,” a play that chronicles the daily lives of three ushers working in a rundown single-screen movie house in Massachusetts, actions often speak louder than words.
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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.
It would be difficult to find a contemporary play that embodies the current culture wars more precisely than “The Cake,” written by “This Is Us” producer and writer Bekah Brunstetter.…
Think for a moment about the acrobats or daredevils you’ve seen at a Ringling Bros. show. Or the incredible contortionists you may have encountered at a Cirque De Soleil performance. Now imagine all of those daring feats — acrobats flying through the air, contortionists putting themselves in seemingly impossible positions — being performed while the stage beneath them is moving.
“We aren’t trying to mimic the iconic characters of Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore,” says Glenda ManWaring. “We’re letting the actors tell their story in their way.”
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.
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.”
“Radium Girls” will be a theater-in-the-round performance, meaning the audience will sit surrounding the stage in close proximity to the actors.
For their fourth season, the Mill Town Players will hold performances — both musicals and plays — at the Historic Pelzer Auditorium and the Younts Center.
It has been a rough year in terms of having to say goodbye to many celebrities, cultural icons and public figures across the worlds of sports, politics, music and film.…
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.
Centre Stage takes a nostalgic look at the Andrews Sisters
Paul Savas, the Warehouse Theatre’s executive and interim director for the past nine years, resigned this week.