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The Crucible comes carefully crafted at Threshold Repertory Theatre

Threshold Repertory Theatre’s adaptation of Arthur Miller’s most well known play, The Crucible, is stellar, to say the least. In the company’s inaugural performance at their new Society Street location, Miller’s scathing social commentary of 1950s McCarthyism is effortlessly brought to life through complex emotional performances by the 19-person ensemble.
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Moogfest – October 28-30, 2011

[slideshow] What happens when you combine Halloween weekend with the already interesting “sideshow” community of Asheville, North Carolina, AND over 60 artists performing throughout the course of the weekend, plus late night DJ sets, talks, exhibitions, installations, workshops, movies, etc.? A weekend of epic musical and magically costumed madness called
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We Love LEAF.

Guest contributor Ambra Lionstone had this to say about the Lake Eden Arts Festival, which took place last weekend in Black Mountain, NC: October 2011 welcomed the 32nd Lake Eden Arts Festival in Black Mountain, NC.  Nestled in the valley, with a riot of red, orange and ...
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Jail Break 2 Preview & Call to Artists!

Check out this awesome 'animated poster' for the November 12 Jail Break 2: Artists Breaking Out, set to take place at the Old City Jail, 21 Magazine Street, in downtown Charleston. http://youtu.be/LVDaXqxjanM Presented by Entropy Arts, this multi-disciplinary arts festival will go from 12 noon - 11 pm, ...
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Dr. Sketchy’s Charleston returns tonight with The History of Burlesque!

Tonight the lovely Plume de Paname and Evelyn Devere will model for the Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School at the ultra-cool The Speakeasy. Doors open at 5, so come early to get your best seat! Sketching from 6 - 9 pm, tickets just $15! plus music from The Flat ...
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Who’s the No. 1 City in the US? Why, Charleston, My Dear!

Rhett Butler would be so proud.  "I'm going back to Charleston, back where I belong...I want to see if somewhere there isn't something left in life of charm and grace,' he said in Gone With The Wind, and truer words have never been uttered.
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Something “Wicked” This Way Comes

Prepare yourselves for the Broadway experience of a lifetime, as the internationally acclaimed musical Wicked is coming to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center this spring! Wicked is an insightful tale of two young witches of Oz, their unlikely friendship, and how they became known as Glinda the Good ...
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Get REDy: Meet Veritee Hill

One of the best things about the American College of the Building Art's annual Red Party is the pre-event, the Get REDy to Wear Party.  This year, Veritee Hill, Charleston Fashion ...
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Time Stands Still. You’ll Stand Up

  PURE Theatre has opened their 9th season, aptly titled Coming Home, in new digs at 477 King Street on Upper King Street.  Time Stands Still is the season opener and this is the regional premier of Donald Margulies' play, starring Sharon Graci, David Mandel, Mark Landis and Katie ...
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