May 22-24, 26, 28-30 & June 1-3, 5-6, 8, Dock Street Theatre, 135 Church St., Days & times vary. $35-$105
May 23-June 8, Dock Street Theatre, 135 Church St., Friday, May 23, 1 p.m., then daily, 11 a.m.,...
May 30-June 1, TD Arena, 301 Meeting St., Friday, 7:30 p.m., Saturday, 2 p.m., Sunday, 1 p.m., $30-$75
Julianna Gaillard takes dance to new heights
Nationally lauded poet Richard Garcia celebrates his new book’s debut at Piccolo Spoleto
In the Holy City, this month brings a marathon of merriments. Can this writer make it out in one piece?
Meet Dana Stevens, the L.A. writer and producer who set sultry new legal drama Reckless here in Charleston.
Celebrating the lives of six remarkable Charleston citizens who left us this year after helping to shape the city we...
We’re up for a taste of Sean Brock’s Nashville, and the whole city feels like it’s smoldering with creative energy—for...
Find out what’s shaking at the second annual Charleston Dance Festival
Putting heart, soul, and a whole lot of can-do spirit into local giving
All the Holy City’s a stage for modern dance choreographer Kristin Alexander
Joy Vandervort-Cobb lights up local stages with her powerful presence and punchy wit
A local play heads to an Off-Broadway stage
One thrifty local writer shares her tips on gobbling up the city’s smorgasbord of offerings without being gluttonous
Carl Palazzolo’s annual sojourn to a Charleston garden inspires watercolor works
Meet the Spoleto scene makers
Meet Scott Watson, the new leader of the Office of Cultural Affairs, and learn what the regime change means for banking...
A Charleston native offers newcomers a bit of advice on how to assimilate into the Holy City with its centuries of...
Benefitting the Charleston Symphony Orchestra
New ideas to meet your match
What 71 Charlestonians, both single and attached, had to say about the local dating scene, their best and worst dates,...
Looking for love? Don’t follow the herd
Things Every Local Must Experience Whether your bloodline dates back generations or you just moved to town, check out...
The Royal Tinfoil treats listeners to a wild melding of Americana, gypsy, punk, and blues
The new Literary Charleston & the Lowcountry delivers works from 40 local and internationally renowned writers
“Orchestra Uncaged” pairs works by two of the past century’s most radical composers
Laissez le bon temps rouler with bayou-inspired zydeco sound at the festival finale
Radical thinking with composer Philip Glass
The inimitable chanteuse singing it loud