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An insightful original work focused on a young woman's journey to take on a 400-year-old male character.
The production pays tribute to a Christmas classic packed with familiar '40s tunes.
You will laugh until your side hurts and walk out with a smile on your face.
Kander and Ebb’s Chicago is one of those timeless shows that falls under the category of: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Originally directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse, C…
The entire show flows as one long epic ballet, beautifully crafted and elegantly executed.
A wonderful production full of tradition but colored with a true heart that a modern audience can connect to.
'The ghouls could smell my fear.'
The music fills the heart to bursting, and the dancers are inspiring.
The creative design and technical aspects really make this show. The soundtrack is downright haunting. The lighting and scenery are spot-on spooky.
Performed with an abundance of heart and passion, the musical is a not-to-be-missed experience.
A talented cast brings Jonathan Larson’s prize-winning musical to relatable life.
Watching performers masterfully step into these characters and tell their story is breathtaking.
A show true to its name: a group of friends have a karaoke party and sing about the highs and lows of pandemic life and the state of the world.
A well-paced dramatic comedy about a pop-up pot shop in Mt. Pleasant.
The entire vibe of the production is a warm blend of humor, hope, fear, and love.
The new performance style offers a wonderful conglomeration of storytelling, imagination, originality, and adventure.
The good chemistry between Felix and Oscar had the audience laughing at them, with them, and for them.
Playing through May 8, the award-winning musical has a fantastic cast and live orchestra and songs that pull the heartstrings.
The cast is strong and Arthur Miller's classic endures.
For kids 5 to 11 and their parents, a wonderfully engaging upgrade to the Pinocchio story with sick beats, fresh rhymes, and a technologic reboot.
The theater's new season-long immersive experience excites the mind and ignites curiosity.
The show at Workhouse Arts Center is pure silliness and pleasure from beginning to end.
The show's dynamite performances and music will have you dancing in your seat. Plus there's a lovely message of LGBTQ acceptance.
'Our kids have been on screens 24/7 the past two years. I wanted to involve them live and in person whenever we could.'
A lighthearted, fun adventure for families with young children.
Sherlock Holmes and Loveday Brooks in a new genre of interactive theater: a mystery experience mailed right to your door.
From Matt Conner and Stephen Gregory Smith, a beautiful family experience with a powerful message of love, acceptance, and forgiveness.
The digital project was created by playwright John Becker to generate work opportunities and compensation for local artists.
The wonderful visual experience mimics the original so well it’s like being immersed in the cartoon.
American writer Kwame Alexander has won numerous awards with his poetry and children’s fiction. And now, the New York Times best-selling author has combined two of his books to bring the c…
Atypical tunes with lyrics to bring comfort, light, and hope at a dark time.