News > One Stage Door Closes and Another Opens

In a whirlwind weekend of shows Art Mag witnessed both the beginning and the end of two runs to grace the Charleston theater scene this spring.
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At the Village Playhouse, Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage closed an extended run this weekend, an event that also closed the Mt. Pleasant location’s stage for good as The Village Playhouse and Repertory Co.
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plans a move downtown. Then, at The Footlight Players Perfectly Normel People premiered as part of Piccolo Spoleto Festival. Both performances featured actors who also directed the shows, Keely Enright for God of Carnage and Thomas Burke Heath for Perfectly Normel People.
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While directing and acting for the same show can be a tricky balance, both shows exhibited signs of the thorough effort made by cast and crew to put on a presentation their audiences would enjoy. While God of Carnage is over, Perfectly Normel People runs through June 3 at the Footlight Players. As always, Art Mag encourages you to attend in support of local Charleston artists: writers Thomas Burke Heath and Judy Heath. Get your tickets online today.

Perfectly Normel People, the Footlight Players, 20 Queen Street, 843.722.4487
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words: Cara Beth Heath

Posted on May 28, 2012 by admin.

Categories: Performing Arts, Review

Tags: Footlight Players, God Of Carnage, Judy Heath, Keely Enright, Perfectly Normel People, Piccolo Spoleto, The Village Playhouse, Thomas Burke Heath, Yasmina Reza

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