From where I'm sitting, the view of Charleston's stages is pretty striking — and that's not only because a critic often snags those coveted center aisle seats. — Maura Hogan
In 2006 the City Paper ran an article, "Pay to Play," about how Charleston's museums and theaters set their admission prices. The article referenced prices at Charleston Stage, where in 2006, a theater-goer could see a play for $25, and a musical for $35. — Connelly Hardaway
In a July op-ed for ArtsATL, a nonprofit publication in Atlanta, visual artist Fahamu Pecou wrote a column titled, "Art Will Tell." In it he talks about the origins of his Halsey exhibition, DO or DIE: Affect, Ritual, Resistance, which opens this weekend. — Connelly Hardaway
As Charleston's arts scene continues to grow and develop, the area has become home to an increasing number of performance venues, both large and small. — Dustin Waters
Hagan Fine Art Gallery and Studio
Fri., May 5, 5-8 p.m.
Hagan Fine Art Gallery & Studio displays the work of Alice Williams. Her oil paintings will be on display through May 26. Meet the artist at the opening reception on May 5.