This is just the show to see if you're looking for a show that isn't a Christmas play.
Dirty diapers, crying babies, and messy houses plague new moms but also connect them with others who face similar struggles of parenthood.
“It's funny. It's shocking. It's chilling. It's thrilling. It'll be a roller coaster,” leading actor Rob Kahn says of the new thriller “Power of Sail.” Written by Paul Grellong, co-executive producer of CBS “Hawaii Five-O,” “Power of Sail” makes it’s world premiere at The Warehouse Theatre in Greenville.
The Warehouse Theatre just announced its 2019-20 Main Stage Season lineup.
Tennessee Williams is often thought of as “capital T, capital W Tennessee Williams,” says Kerrie Seymour, director of The Warehouse Theatre’s “The Glass Menagerie.” “It is such an iconic title…
Characters like Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, Clara from “The Nutcracker,” Ralphie from “A Christmas Story,” and Tiny Tim from “A Christmas Carol” are at the center of “Christmas on the…
“Sweat,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical written by Lynn Nottage, addresses some of the most-difficult issues that working-class America faces today, and does not back down from the harsh realities that…
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.
"It’s not as simple as saying ‘Jackson is a genocidal murder’ or ‘Jackson was an American hero’. There are so many complexities within his legacy," says actor Benjamin Taylor Davis.
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.
Since its inception in 2006, Greenville Women Giving has donated $5.4 million in total grant funding to the Upstate community.
The massing of buildings, block patterns, pedestrian-only streets, green areas, the materials and colors used on new construction and renovations – each element has been approved by the City of Greenville Design Review Board Urban Panel before they exist outside of a rendering or architectural drawing.
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.
New was the word in the arts in 2017 — new facilities, new directors, and new shows. But that didn’t mean there wasn’t room for the familiar, too. Here are…
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.”