Village Rep's gripping and gratifying staged memoir, <i>All About You</i>, closes this weekend
Village Rep's gripping and gratifying staged memoir, All About You, closes this weekend You'll root for Liz Butler Duren

All About You: An Adopted Child’s True Story, which is based on Duren’s memoir of the same name, is having its world premiere as part of the Village Rep’s current…


S.C. artist Ment Nelson inspired by Trump to produce absurdist critiques of "strange times"
S.C. artist Ment Nelson inspired by Trump to produce absurdist critiques of "strange times" "I feel it's the most relevant thing that I could paint right now."

Ment Nelson, an artist based in Varnville, S.C., can't help but paint works inspired by current events. "One of my jobs is to document what is happening right now," he…


What South will America remember? <i>Southbound</i> participants discuss "public memory" in Charleston
What South will America remember? Southbound participants discuss "public memory" in Charleston Healing process or collective amnesia?

This long tradition of revisionism was at the center of Public Memory in the New South, a symposium hosted by the College of Charleston January 11-13…


Charleston Comedy Fest 2019
Charleston Comedy Fest 2019 LOL, y'all

In addition to the improv and sketch comedy you can catch over at Theatre 99, the number of open mic stand-up nights seems to have skyrocketed in the past couple…


Charleston Stage adapts WWII-era story, <i>Number the Stars</i>
Charleston Stage adapts WWII-era story, Number the Stars Hope will overcome

Lois Lowry's Number the Stars centers on the friendship between Annemarie Johansen and Ellen Rosen, two 10-year-olds living in Copenhagen during the Nazi occupation of Denmark in World War II…



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