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BY: Devin Grant
The Best of Broadway series at the N. Charleston PAC continues this week with "The Addams Family." Here's what I thought of the creepily funny show, and why you should go see it TONIGHT with the fam
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Why The Little Match Girl at the Rose Maree Myers Theater was this year's holiday ticket, with its wintry score by Laura Ball. Plus! video of the most rousing Nutcracker finale in history...
BY: Renae Brabham
I went into the old downtown theater a little bah humbug, hoping the revelry of it all would turn me back out onto Queen Street buzzing with Christmas spirit. Hmmm... did it work?
BY: Devin Grant
After some doubt about a Four Seasons musical, I had a blast at this show at the PAC. Actor Nick Cosgrove's Valli was spot on, the cursing rivals a Scorsese film, and the iconic songs thrilled
BY: Guest Blogger
In my final blog in the series, the cast and crew of Perfectly Normel People head south from NYC, back home—the highs and lows of our FringeNYC debut
BY: Guest Blogger
The dish rack that moved for no reason and weaponized Irish soda bread—it's still a wild ride at Fringe NYC. Plus, we caught a performance of Broadway's "Once"
BY: Guest Blogger
What the NYC critics had to say about the Charleston-born Piccolo hit in playwright Judy Heath's third blog from the road (or stage?). Plus! photos from Fringe
BY: Guest Blogger
In the second blog of her trek up to FringeNYC, guest blogger and playwright Judy Heath lands her cast and crew in a flat in Brooklyn, while her assoc. producer wonders: Am I too old for this shit?
BY: Guest Blogger
The Piccolo Spoleto runaway hit packed up and headed for NYC this morning for a 5-show run at the Players Theatre in the Village. Playwright Judy Heath guest blogs as they hit the road
BY: Molly Hutter
… is all I could think while watching Cirque du Soleil's "Quidam," now playing in North Chas. If you're staying in town this holiday weekend, read on. Here are 5 reasons why you shouldn’t miss it
BY: Devin Grant
I took my six-year-old to Blue Man Group on Friday at the PAC, which blew his mind with Twinkie tricks, jigsaw bits, and all-out hilarity. In the end? Oh, that six-year old got down with his bad self
BY: Renae Brabham
The lights dimmed in the Dock Street Theatre and suddenly we were all kids again ("I said THE word, the big one, the queen-mother of dirty words...") Want in? Get your ticket! The show ends SUNDAY
BY: Devin Grant
I took my six-year-old son to see a local performance of Shrek: The Musical last night—here are the hilarious highlights, including mention of CofCer John Kresse. See the final show today at 2 p.m.
BY: Renae Brabham
The life and works of Edgar Allen Poe at the Dock Street? I mean really... is there more haunting a trio than Charleston, Halloween, and this dark and brooding writer? Here's a sneak peek
BY: Devin Grant
Don't like metal music? Neither do I, but don't let that stop you from seeing the hit musical (and highly irreverent) Rock of Ages at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center tonight
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Haley's veto was stomped. Guess we showed her....or will we? Let’s not let our local arts community die by our neglect
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Dear Nikki Haley, your proposal to cut all SC arts funding is f@#$ing brilliant. Might as well drain the Charleston harbor while you're at it


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