Andrea Evans 
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Re: “I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change

This show plays through February 27th.

Posted by Andrea Evans on February 11, 2016 at 9:58 AM

Re: “Piccolo looking to expand even more into West Ashley

"Two-thirds of our tickets sell during the festival." That's more to do with the late release of Piccolo's event guide than patrons' last-minute purchasing practices. As a long time Piccolo festival goer, I remember a time before Mr. Watson when the events were announced much earlier and patrons of both festivals could schedule and purchase accordingly. ALSO worth noting: I heard over and over from Spoleto USA patrons last year that they could not find Piccolo's events anywhere, so only saw Spoleto USA shows. Such a pity as Charleston is full of great local talent!

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Posted by Andrea Evans on February 11, 2016 at 9:56 AM

Re: “Intimate Apparel

Intimate Apparel runs August 28 - September 13. The 'Buy Tickets' link is broken in the article: www.midtownproductions.org

Posted by Andrea Evans on August 27, 2015 at 2:56 PM

Re: “Intimate Apparel

The website link is broken: www.midtownproductions.org

Posted by Andrea Evans on August 26, 2015 at 10:02 AM

Re: “Spoleto overview: City Lights at the Sottile was great, and it should have been free

It would have been great if City Lights had been free, but the artists and staff involved in the event need and deserve to be paid. The orchestra was phenomenal. The experience was well worth the $20 I shelled out for my ticket. The same goes for all the tickets I've purchased to see wonderful local music and theatre performances in my 11 years living in Charleston. People balk at ticket prices (after all, TV and movies are so cheap!), but fully support the Buy Local and farm-to-table food movements. Well, hardworking locals are struggling to keep theaters afloat - theaters that are owned and operated by Charlestonians, just like any other small business in town. The arts deserves the same support in this city - and more than just during Spoleto time - via ticket sales and benefactors who can afford to sponsor events such as this for free.

Posted by Andrea Evans on May 28, 2015 at 3:24 PM
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