Furman University Department of Theatre Arts has announced its 2019-2020 season.
A part of the university’s history for nearly a century, Furman Theatre brings to the stage a musical and three plays for the season.
The season opens Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 7:30 p.m. with the musical “Pippin.”
Upstairs Artspace will have three new art exhibits starting Aug. 17–Drag, prints by Hague Williams; Original to Original: Artists Transforming Materials, featuring 3-D works by Williams, D.J.
Spartanburg resident Carol Story’s love of nature will be on display in her solo art exhibition Contemplating the Land at West Main Artists Co-op through Aug. 31.
Spartanburg professional photographer Thomas Koenig will present more than 20 large-format photographs of extreme close-up of small things or details in other artists’ creative work in his exhibit “Seeing Big” at West Main Artists Co-op, Aug. 6-31.
Greenville Theatre, the Upstate’s oldest and largest locally producing theatre is pleased to announce its Executive Committee and Board of Directors for the 2019-2020 season.
Chair – Mary Freeman – Acadia Community
Vice Chair – Nancy Suitt Bennett – Retired, Main Solutions
Secretary – Christi Mobley – Community Leader
Ashley ‘The Mermaid’ Tucker visited Gold’s Gym in Greer Monday to read ‘The Rainbow Fish’ to children in attendance. A member of the gym, Tucker uses a monofin to swim following a medical diagnosis of transverse myelitis. She is releasing a children’s book, ‘Lynn the Mermaid,’ in late summer or early fall.