Patrick Sharbaugh 
Member since May 5, 2006

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… More »



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Re: “Remembering the past, looking to the future, and finding the Spoleto sweet spot

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.

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Posted by Patrick Sharbaugh on May 25, 2013 at 12:42 AM

Re: “A country-fried farewell

What you don't mention is that the Bojangles and Evan Williams was yours. :)

Posted by Patrick Sharbaugh on June 14, 2011 at 1:15 PM

Re: “The City Paper announces its Spoleto 2011 overview critic

This is the first I've heard of any of this. I think I've been photoshopped into that picture.

Posted by Patrick Sharbaugh on May 23, 2011 at 10:09 PM

Re: “UNSCRIPTED ‌ The Bell Curve

Great comment, Bill. Thanks for reading — and for such a thoughtful, articulate response.

Posted by Patrick Sharbaugh on May 16, 2007 at 11:19 AM

Re: “FEATURE ‌ The Crucible

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

Posted by Patrick Sharbaugh on March 29, 2007 at 11:37 AM

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