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Review: The Diary of Anne Frank

Review: The Diary of Anne Frank

Charleston Stage at the Historic Dock Street Theatre brought tears to our eyes last night with their performance of The Diary of Anne Frank. Director Julian Wiles did this incredibly daunting and popular story justice. The beloved book has been transformed into a play where Anne’s diary entries ...
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Review: Reading of “The Transcendents”

Review: Reading of “The Transcendents”

The Woolfe Street Playhouse has cultivated a reputation for hosting some of the most eclectic offerings of performance art in the Lowcountry, and the latest addition to their portfolio is no exception. In the summer of 2014, Village Repertory Co. performed Happy in the Poor House, by the respected New ...
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Weekend in Review: Time Traveling with Society 1858 and CJO

Weekend in Review: Time Traveling with Society 1858 and CJO

As humans, we often reminisce of days gone by, simpler times that did not include cell phones, emails, or endless social media feeds. Charleston's reminiscent theme of choice has been the 1920's for some time now, understandably. It was the jazz age...the time of dancing the Charleston, of Gatsby and ...
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Karole Turner Campbell’s “Jubilee” wins the North Charleston Arts Festival 2015 Design Competition

Karole Turner Campbell’s “Jubilee” wins the North Charleston Arts Festival 2015 Design Competition

Congratulations to Karole Turner Campbell (KTC) whose mixed media piece, Jubilee, was chosen as the North Charleston Arts Festival 2015 Design Competition Winner. Her piece will be used as the promotional artwork for the 2015 North Charleston Art Festival (May 1- ...
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Review: The Book of Mormon

Review: The Book of Mormon

Last night, we headed to North Charleston to check out The Book of Mormon, and it was one of the best performances we've seen in a long time. Musicals are a time-honored tradition in theatre. They can be incredibly moving, and they ...
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Review: First Friday Art Walk 2.7.14

Review: First Friday Art Walk 2.7.14

Charleston’s First Friday Art Walk was bustling with art enthusiasts as The Vendue, Robert Lange Studios, Atelier Gallery and more opened new exhibitions.  The Gibbes Museum curators Pam Wall and Sarah Arnold brought together six local galleries as they selected ...
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Review: London Wall

Review: London Wall

The Village Repertory theatre company, in residence at the Woolfe Street Playhouse, is back in action. The beautifully restored Woolfe Street Playhouse is outfitted with tables and tea candles that set the scene for London Wall. Playwright John Van Druten ...
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Review: Groundhog Day Concert

Review: Groundhog Day Concert

The 2nd annual Groundhog Day benefit concert at the Charleston Music Hall last night was full of musical magic and intrigue.  Gifted puppeteer Will Schutze opened the show with a marionette dance and song medley and the curtain opened ...
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Charleston Supported Art Announces their 2015 Roster

Charleston Supported Art Announces their 2015 Roster

Charleston Supported Art is entering their second year of 0ffering curated shares of contemporary artwork by local artists. Shares are limited, and available for purchase on their website. The 2015 artists are: SPRING | Pick-up Event – April 23
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