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Our Town

Wednesday Feb 5, 2020
Category/Venue: Dock Street Theater

Show runs Feb 05 – 23, 2020

In Residence at the Historic Dock Street Theater
Presents: Our Town

Discover our common humanity in this simple tale of a boy and a girl who fall in love in Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire—The United States of America, The Continent of North America, The Western Hemisphere; the Earth, the Solar System; the Universe—the Mind of God!

By Thornton Wilder
Direction by Marybeth Clark


Friday Feb 7, 2020
Category/Venue: North Charleston Performing Arts Center / Coliseum

4 Showings: Fri Feb 7, 7:30 PM | Sat Feb 8, 2:00 PM & 7:30 PM | Sun Feb 8, 7:30 PM

Meet Jenna, a waitress and expert pie-maker who dreams of a way out of her small town and rocky marriage. Pouring her heart into her pies, she crafts desserts that mirror her topsy-turvy life such as “​The Key (Lime) to Happiness Pie” and “Betrayed By My Eggs Pie.” When a baking contest in a nearby county — and a satisfying run-in with someone new — show Jenna a chance at a fresh start, she must find the courage to seize it. Change is on the menu, as long as Jenna can write her own perfectly personal recipe for happiness.

Brought to life by a groundbreaking, all-female creative team, this Tony Award®​ ​-nominated hit features original music and lyrics by 7-time Grammy®​ ​nominee Sara Bareilles (“Love Song,” “Brave”), a book by acclaimed screenwriter Jessie Nelson (​I Am Sam​) and original direction by Tony Award-winner Diane Paulus (​Pippin​, ​Finding Neverland​).


Friday Feb 7, 2020
Category/Venue: The Gaillard Center

Two Shows: Friday Feb 07, 7:30 PM and Saturday Feb 08, 7:30 PM

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra Presents:
Doors Open at 6:30 PM for both shows.

Conrad Tao returns to Charleston after an astounding performance with the CSO in 2018. The former child prodigy is among the greatest living piano players in the world and has begun to establish himself as a respected composer. Last year, the New York Philharmonic commissioned and opened its season with Tao’s original composition, Everything Must Go. The performance was lauded by The New York Times as “One of the best classical music performances of 2018.” And if that’s not enough, Tao has managed to accomplish all of this by the tender age of 24.

Tao returns to play Johannes Brahms’ Piano Concerto No. 1, written when the composer was about Tao’s age. Brahms drafted this concerto during a period of great turmoil in his life, attempting it first as a symphony then as a sonata for two pianos before finally settling on a concerto. At the time, Brahms’ mentor, Robert Schumann, had recently been institutionalized after throwing himself into the Rhine River. Brahms acted as a source of support for his friend’s distraught wife, Clara Schumann. Some say a romance may have bloomed between Clara and Johannes, although we’ll never know for sure. One thing we do know for sure: we cannot wait to hear Conrad Tao play Brahms’ dynamic and introspective piano concerto next year.


Saturday Feb 8, 2020
Category/Venue: Thirty-Four West Theater Co.

Show runs Sat Feb 08 – Sat May 02, 2020

Thirty-Four West Theater Company
It's Frasier meets Sleepless in Seattle

With epic 90’s tunes from Blues Traveler to Connick Jr., comes a musical-comedy straight out of your favorite rom-com!

A menu of champagne cocktails, wine, craft beers, sodas and savory snacks are available.

*Things to know… exchanges/refunds, tour groups and children under 6 are not permitted. Tickets are held at theater under your last name.


Sunday Feb 9, 2020
Category/Venue: The Gaillard Center

Kennedy Center Theater
for Young Audiences on Tour presents:

Don't Let the Pigeon
Drive The Bus: The Musical!
Show Time: 2:00 PM

Whatever you do, don’t let The Pigeon star in his own musical production! Because it’s not easy being The Pigeon– you never get to do ANYTHING! But when the Bus Driver has a crisis that threatens to make her passengers (gasp!) late, maybe that wily bird CAN do something. Starring an innovative mix of actors, puppets, songs, and feathers, Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus! (The Musical) is sure to get everyone’s wings flapping. With a script written by Mo Willems, the creator of the #1 New York Times best-selling, Caldecott-honor award winning Pigeon picture books, along with longtime collaborator and Disney Jr’s Muppet Babies executive producer, Mr. Warburton, and featuring music by Deborah Wicks La Puma, the composer behind Elephant & Piggie’s We Are In A Play! and Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Rock Experience, this comedic musical production is even more fun than staying up late and having a hot dog party!


Friday Feb 14, 2020
Category/Venue: North Charleston Performing Arts Center / Coliseum

Show runs Thu Oct 24 – Sat Nov 2

At North Charleston
Performing Arts Center
Multi-Platinum Album
"Point of Know Return"
Performed in its entirety for the very first time!
Show Starts: 8:00 PM
Doors Open 7:00 PM

Charlton Singleton

Friday Feb 14, 2020
Category/Venue: Charleston Music Hall

Charleston Music Hall Presents:
Charlton Singleton's Heart of The 90s
Show Time: 8:00 PM | Doors Open: 7:00 PM

During the 90’s the music industry introduced us to new artists that went on to be superstars and household names of today. Boy Bands and Female Groups were on the rise along with solo artists that created new sounds that gave us crossover hits in R&B, Pop, and Country Music.

Join Charlton Singleton and his group of world class musicians and friends as they present a night music that is full of love and happiness to celebrate Valentines Day. If you’re a couple celebrating Valentines Day, this concert is for you! And If you are single on Valentines Day, this concert is for you too!


Saturday Feb 15, 2020
Category/Venue: Charleston Music Hall

Charleston Jazz Orchestra Presents:
Show Time: 5:00 PM
Doors Open: 4:00 PM

By the mid-1950s, Big Bands found themselves in a changed world as Bebop took center stage. Even the Duke Ellington Orchestra, who had creatively dominated the jazz scene from the late 1920s – 1940s, found itself struggling until the historic gig at the 1956 Newport Jazz Festival. With an electrifying performance, the crowd at Freedom Park was transformed and Ellington’s career was revitalized. Sixty-four years later, your Charleston Jazz Orchestra will recreate that notable night in jazz history, one that festival producer George Wein proclaimed as “the greatest performance of Ellington’s career” and one that “stood for everything jazz had been and could be.”