After last year's smash inaugural event, theatre company Hickory Playground is returning to the SALT Block's Drendel Auditorium for another evening of unique art. In this festival, eight original one-act plays are cast, written, and performed in a 48-hour period by local artistic talent from the Hickory, North Carolina area.
Dakota and Friends Dinosaur show visited Jean M. Smith Branch Library Tuesday (above). Zoe Clanton, left, and Brooke Roseveare had mixed reaction to the dinosaur show (left).
The Warehouse Theatre is selling season subscriptions now for its upcoming season.
The Greenville Literacy Association is asking individuals and businesses to donate new or used books in good condition to be sold at the Really Good, Really Big, Really Cheap Book Sale set for Aug. 12-13. Book collections are running now through July 28 at the McAlister Square location.
Foothills Philharmonic and conductor Kory Vrieze have announced the symphony’s new season featuring perennial favorites.
The 2017-18 season is as follows:
Opening Night Gala: Masterworks #1: September 23 at 7:30 p.m., Riverside Baptist Church (Opening night of our Art Sale featuring artists from the upstate.)
Rating: 8 out of 10
It’s been 15 years now since a fat, baby-faced Jason Isbell first appeared onstage with the Drive-By Truckers and instantly took the band to the next level.
The two songs he wrote for the group’s 2003 album, “Decoration Day” are so good that he still plays them every show he does.
Black Sheep Farm will host its third annual signature fundraiser, Bastille Days Greenville, July 14-16.
The event is a celebration of French National Day and the bonds that link the Upstate with the country.