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Let’s Get This Summer Party Started!

There are some who think that the performing arts in Charleston only happen during the traditional spring and fall seasons or during the Spoleto Festival.  Oh goodness, no!  These guys rock it out all year and are getting better and better with each curtain call.  Check out these major events ...
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Review: Oklahoma! at Footlight Players

On Friday night, I attended the opening of the final show in the Footlight Players' current season. Oklahoma! Is an old favorite of mine, so I'm pretty spoiled to the visual and vocal perfection that is the Gordon Macrae and Shirley Jones film version of the musical. That being said, ...
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The Liar! Another Hit at the Woolfe Street Playhouse

If I said I hated this show.... well, that would be a lie. The Woolfe Street Playhouse showed off the beautiful new theater again, and a perfectly cast show had everyone in the house dying ...
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Three Blind Mice… See How They Run: The Mousetrap at Threshold Rep

Since it first opened in 1952, Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap has remained a popular show, and for good reason. Threshold Rep’s production of this murder mystery was as fresh for this Charleston audience as it would have been 60 ...
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The Village Rep on Woolfe Presents The Whipping Man

Guys, I saw an amazing play this weekend. Unfortunately, it has closed, but the good news is: Village Rep has another play coming up in a couple of weeks. If The Whipping Man was any sign of things to come, don’t miss The Liar.
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Theatre Review: Hat’s Off to PURE Theatre’s Motherf***er With a Hat

On Friday night, PURE opened Motherf***er With a Hat by Stephen Adly Guirgis. Not the company’s first Guirgis production, this show is definitely one Art Mag recommends. It runs through February 2, so you actually have time to see it more than once, and here’s why that would be a ...
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Fran Doggrell

Thirty-nine years in the photography business and still going strong, Fran Doggrell gave this Art Mag girl the best afternoonof my November. Over lattes, we talked about the many places her career has taken her as a successful ...
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West Fraser

Ever since the publication of West Fraser’s stunning book Charleston in My Time, this Lowcountry painter has been called a “Charleston Artist.” He says, though, that’s not all he is. He lives in Charleston, and he finds it ...
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The Best of Broadway

Blue Man Group January 11 – 12, 2013 The Blue Man Group, founded by Chris Wink, Matt Goldman, and Phil Stanton in 1987, has developed global acclaim for its various performances involving an actor-musician trio wearing ...
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Crabpot Players’ The Little Mermaid: A Review

Art Mag continues this holiday season with a little underwater fun. Don’t miss our own Janae Tanti starring as Ariel in the Crabpot Players’ The Little Mermaid. In the Palmetto Hall at the Wild Dunes Resort on Isle of Palms, the most technically “Christmas-y” part of the experience was probably ...
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