For the first time in its 32 years, SCCT will have a permanent home located on 153 Augusta St. in Greenville.
South Carolina Children’s Theatre’s 2019-20 MainStage season takes audiences on journeys to Narnia, Italy, and beyond as SCCT also makes its way to a new location in 2020.
“A Year With Frog and Toad” is just that — a year of two friends sticking by each other. In one hour, audiences will see seasons change and friendships remain…
Captain Cook meets Greta, and soon after 10 more penguins join the Popper family—flapping and squawking around the house and all over town.
Known as ‘the worst kids in the history of the world,’ the six Herdman siblings shake up the town’s annual holiday pageant in an unexpected way in “The Best Christmas…
State legislators have overridden Gov. Henry McMaster’s veto of a half million dollars for the South Carolina Children’s Theatre.
A Q&A with South Carolina Theatre Association executive director Anita Sleeman.
For the last 31 years, the South Carolina Children’s Theatre has impacted the lives of children and families throughout the state through theater, educational classes and workshops, and innovative outreach initiatives.
When it’s time to put together a new season lineup, each year the South Carolina Children’s Theatre faces a familiar challenge: selecting an array of shows that appeal to a broad demographic.
Traysie Amick discovered the allure of theater when her mother took her to a production when she was in elementary school. Now as the South Carolina Children’s Theatre’s principal teaching artist, she is introducing hundreds of Greenville-area children to the world of theater.
When it comes to Christmas-related performances, actor Lee O. Smith may be the most qualified to star as the title character in the South Carolina Children’s Theatre’s production of “Santa Claus: A New Musical.” Not only has he donned the red cap and shiny boots of Kris Kringle before, but he also may just have the holiday equivalent of a hat trick.
Must-do events this week
September is here, and that means that the 2017-18 seasons at Centre Stage, Greenville Little Theatre, South Carolina Children’s Theatre, and The Warehouse Theatre are about to get underway.
Artisphere, ranked one of the top fine arts shows in the country, poured money into artists’ pockets and Greenville’s economy. In 2017, the festival broke all previous records for economic impact, attendance and sales.