Definition of "crucible" from Merriam-Webster: a severe test; a place or situation in which concentrated forces interact to cause or influence change or development.
By Paul Hyde Paul’s Pick of the Week: “Sweat” at the Warehouse Theatre Why you should go: If you want to better understand our angry, polarized nation, this may be…
"It’s a call to arms for all of the freak-flag waving people out there"
You don't have to be a connoisseur of classical symphonic music to know Ludwig van Beethoven.
Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" is, at heart, a comic romance of reluctant lovers, malicious gossip, and witty repartee.
The Warehouse Theatre's Producing Artistic Director Mike Sablone has announced the 2018-2019 season, which is also the theater’s 45th season.
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.…
The Warehouse Theatre is intertwining its upcoming production of "Clybourne Park," a play that explores race relations and community response to gentrification, with a two-part forum series focusing on Greenville's recent growth and development.
"Everything is sexualized, yet we’re so timid in our society to talk about sex openly that we don’t develop the ability to have healthy conversations about sexuality.”
The Lessons of Youth.
The DRB takes issue with Diner 24 and the Grand Bohemian.
Mike Sablone’s first full season will look at issues such as gentrification and gay marriage and celebrate the work of masters William Shakespeare and Eugene O’Neill.
Warehouse stages Arthur Miller’s tale about family secrets, lies, and war profiteering
Shirley Sarlin was the ultimate “theater mom.”
Jason Bryant was a fixture with the Upstate Shakespeare Festival, Children’s Theatre