Queen Street Comedy hosts comedians Ian Aber, John Gibson, and Shawna Jarrett on Jan. 4
Queen Street Comedy hosts comedians Ian Aber, John Gibson, and Shawna Jarrett on Jan. 4 The title could use some work

The next Queen Street Comedy event on Fri., Jan. 4, will feature Ian Aber, John Gibson, and Shawna Jarrett in a show that they're calling Two Beards and a Little…


How the Garden and Gun Club upended Charleston’s starched social order in just a few short years
How the Garden and Gun Club upended Charleston’s starched social order in just a few short years The Last Best Party

Where rows of white-cloth tables now sit, a dance floor once pulsed euphoric from the amped-up hits of Patti LaBelle, the Weather Girls, and Chic. A sea of Barbour jackets…


New leadership at Threshold Rep brings a youth program to the stage and a busy schedule ahead
New leadership at Threshold Rep brings a youth program to the stage and a busy schedule ahead In the Spotlight

Don Brandenburg, the new artistic director at Threshold Repertory Theatre, plans to maintain Threshold's legacy of producing stellar classic and contemporary performances, but with a couple fresh updates…


Village Repertory Co. presents complicated characters in <i>Vanity Fair</i>
Village Repertory Co. presents complicated characters in Vanity Fair Machiavellian Morals

Kate Hamill’s Vanity Fair, a play based on the 1848 novel by James Makepeace Thackeray, opens with a telling first line. The Manager, a central narrator who often breaks the…


New comic book series tackles race and monster hunting in the Harlem Renaissance
New comic book series tackles race and monster hunting in the Harlem Renaissance Bitter root and strange fruit

A new comic book series revisits the Harlem Renaissance period of American history, showing a family of monster hunters as they contend with supernatural forces and the evil that lurks…



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