An indie flick with all-local roots begins filming in Charleston
The new Literary Charleston & the Lowcountry delivers works from 40 local and internationally renowned writers
Mary Whyte’s portrait of former crabber and oysterman Algernon Varn graced the cover of our February 2011 issue. That...
Two locals make it their biz to teach domestic arts
Three arts groups collaborate for Ebb & Flow at Piccolo’s Dance Festival
As the Gibbes Museum of Art mounts a retrospective exhibition of artist Alfred Hutty's works—some 65 paintings,...
A revised version of Porgy and Bess stirs controversy as leading lady Audra McDonald visits Charleston
The colorful history of America’s trailblazing painter, Henrietta de Beaulieu Dering Johnston
JOHN HENRY DICK - a renowned bird painter; hunter-turned-conservationist; global explorer; author; photographer; and “a...
Whether you’re looking for laughs or award-winning drama, the final days of Piccolo Spoleto have plenty of stellar...
Experts from the College of Charleston weigh in on their picks for 2011 Spoleto
Family or theater troupe? How about both? Meet three families who make their lives together on stage and off
Artist and actress Alicia Rhett ventured from the Holy City to Hollywood and back again
They are the hardworking people of both small and large communities who make their livings toiling on the water, in the...
Local theater companies play nice this holiday season with a lineup of naughty Christmas characters guaranteed to bring...
Wee Little Arts colors local schools with after-hours visual arts classes
Celebrate the dynamic artists of the Southeast
Meet Geoff Nuttall, the exuberant new artistic director for chamber music
Romancing the stage with sumptuous movement and dramatic beauty
Masters in the ancient art of string puppetry
Trace the history of the blues from its African roots
A Q&A with costume designer Peter O’Brien
En pointe with a smart and sassy dance troupe
The sensuous rhythms of Afro-Brazilian samba
A Q&A with music director Emmanuel Villaume