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SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Sofía Rei

SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Sofía Rei

MUSIC by Emily Reyna “Of Earth and Gold” symbolizes the full range of emotions felt during a performance, specifically the melodies expressed during music. Last night, during the final performance by Sofía Rei of her Spoleto residency, the audience at the Simons Center Recital Hall at College of Charleston was entranced into ...
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Spoleto 2017 Review: Murmurs

Spoleto 2017 Review: Murmurs

THEATRE by Matt Dobie Murmurs is a surreal journey into a world where inanimate objects come to life, faceless figures roam the stage, and people can dance on air. It’s a one-of-a-kind theatre experience filled with visual tricks that enchant and bewilder. Objects appear and disappear. Set pieces come to life. People ...
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SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Angel

SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Angel

THEATRE by Hunter Gardner It’s 2001 and Henry Naylor is sitting in front of his television watching BBC live report from Afghanistan when the reporter on screen is suddenly knocked down. The cameraman comes around into frame, and Naylor recognizes him—an old flatmate. At the time, Naylor was primarily known for his work ...
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Spoleto 2017 Review: Eugene Onegin

Spoleto 2017 Review: Eugene Onegin

OPERA by Emily Reyna | Images by Leigh Webber Photography The wonderful thing about opera is the timeless feeling that it could be any year- 2017 or 1817. I believe those watching tonight felt the same things people felt in the 1800s: enchanted ...
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10 Art Openings to Attend in Charleston This Friday

10 Art Openings to Attend in Charleston This Friday

A PREVIEW OF THIS SPRING'S ART WALK It can feel like a race between the hours of 5:00 and 8:00 trying to navigate all the galleries during the Charleston Gallery Association's spring Art Walk. There is so much local, regional, and national ...
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Painting Colors of Passion

Painting Colors of Passion

NOW WHAT? WHEN CREATIVITY FLOWS IN A DIFFERENT DIRECTION by Sarah Miller Marilyn Sparks spent thirty years using bodies, music, make-up, and clothing to tell a story on stage. Feeling like she had done all she could in the fashion industry, she asked herself, “now what?” On her hands and knees in what ...
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