Theatre & Dance

From across the state they shine. The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts & Humanities has become a launching pad for young artists, and here are five you should get to know.
Just in from L.A., The Warehouse Theatre’s new producing artistic director comes back to his theatrical roots
Mimi Wyche and Chip Egan entertain Warehouse Theatre audiences in an Arthur Miller classic
New York City Ballet principal dancer Daniel Ulbricht joins the Carolina Ballet Theatre for The Nutrcracker: Once Upon a Time in Greenville
South Carolina Children’s Theatre’s Debbie Bell sets the stage for young artists
Betty Stall, Genevieve Sakas Manly, and Mary Sterling, three cousins of Greenville’s prominent peace family, have more than a vision for their city—they have heart.

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