As the City Paper’s first full-time arts editor, Patrick Sharbaugh covered the Spoleto Festival as overview critic from 2002-2007. Now a resident of Vietnam, he…
Great to see you on the task, Jeff. Trust me when I say I know *exactly* how you feel. Looking forward to running into you next week.
What you don't mention is that the Bojangles and Evan Williams was yours. :)
This is the first I've heard of any of this. I think I've been photoshopped into that picture.
Great comment, Bill. Thanks for reading — and for such a thoughtful, articulate response.
Major mea culpa: With the frenzy of original local works either hitting or preparing to hit Charleston stages, I somehow managed to overlook one that's as deserving of a spot on this list as any listed here. April 12 marks the premiere of local playwright Michael Smallwood's original play 'Talk' as part of the Footlight Players' late-night Salt & Battery series. Smallwood's play — he's a theatre major at CofC — is a triptych of interrelated one-acts, one of which nabbed him the top prize at the annual Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in February. —Patrick Sharbaugh
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