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Tuesday Mar 3, 2020
Category/Venue: North Charleston Performing Arts Center / Coliseum

Show Starts: 7:30 PM | Doors Open: 6:30 PM

Diana Ross is considered one of the most successful recording artists and entertainers of all time. From her landmark solo career to the early days as the leader of The Supremes, Ross helped shape the sound of popular music, changing the landscape and paving the way for contemporary music.

Ross’ international achievements were acknowledged by the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors in Washington DC (2007), celebrating her lustrous career of excellence in music, film, television, and theatre, as well as her cultural influences, humanitarian work and her contributions to American culture. The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences celebrated her remarkable career with its highest honor, The GRAMMY® Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012. In 2016, Ross received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the most prestigious civilian award given to a U.S. citizen.

Noises Off

Wednesday Mar 4, 2020
Category/Venue: Dock Street Theater

Show runs Mar 04 – 22, 2020

In Residence at the Historic
Dock Street Theater

Presents: Noises Off
By Michael Frayn
Direction by Jesse Siak

Take a peek behind the curtain as an English touring company of actors produce one of the most bumbling (and hysterical) productions ever. Discover the behind the scenes mayhem, torrid love affairs, and high-spirited shenanigans in one of the greatest farces in the English language.

The Children

Thursday Mar 5, 2020
Category/Venue: Pure Theatre

Show runs Thur Mar 05 – Sat Mar 28

Pure Theater
134 Cannon Street, Charleston, SC
Presents: The Children
by Lucy Kirkwood
Directed by Erin Wilson
Outer Critics Circle Award: Outstanding New Play Nominee

In a cottage on England’s beautiful rocky coast, two retired nuclear physicists live a peaceful existence, but the world around them has been crippled by an environmental disaster. The surprise visit of an old friend brings a shocking proposition. Recent Broadway hit and 2018 Tony Award nominee for Best Play, The Children is a potent drama—utterly captivating and profound with sincere wit. Outer Critics Circle Award: Outstanding New Play Nominee

Men on Boats

Friday Mar 6, 2020
Category/Venue: Threshold Repertory Theatre

Show runs Fri Mar 06 – Sun Mar 22

Threshold Repertory Theatre
84 Society Street, Charleston, SC
Presents: Men on Boats

Spinning historical, theatrical, and gender conventions on their heads, this subversive tale of 10 men, four boats, and two rivers contains none of the above. Pack your gear for this 21st-century telling of 19th-century American explorer and one-armed Civil War veteran John Wesley Powell, who assembles a brawny band of soldiers, trappers, and adventurers to explore the waterways of the American West. Inspired by Powell’s actual travel log from 1869, Jaclyn Backhaus’s nimble and ingenious script is provocative, laugh-out-loud theater, performed by a diverse cast of women who infuse America’s historic myths of male conquest with a sly blast of subtext.


Friday Mar 6, 2020
Category/Venue: Flowertown Players

Show runs Mar 6 – 15, 2020

Flowertown Players Youth Series
At the Summerville Community Theater
Presents: FROZEN JR.
A Magical Musical of Sisterhood with All Your Favorite Songs

Music & Lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez
Book by Jennifer Lee
Based on the Disney film written by Jennifer Lee and Directed by Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee
Directed by Jenny Aubrey

Based on the hit Broadway adaptation, Frozen Jr tells a story of love and acceptance between Princess Anna and Elsa. When the kingdom of Arendelle is faced with danger, the two sisters will discover their true potential and power as a family to try and save their home. Featuring all the classic songs from the film, as well as five new songs written for Broadway, Frozen Jr is an all-ages production that will warm even the coldest hearts.


Friday Mar 27, 2020
Category/Venue: Flowertown Players

Show runs Mar 27 – Apr 4, 2020

Flowertown Players Underground Series
At the Summerville Community Theater
Presents: WIT
Death is at Your Doorstep, What Will Be Your Legacy?

“Death, be not proud…” The winner of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Margaret Edson’s Wit is an honest, unflinching look at the last months of a cancer patient’s life. English professor Vivian Bearing is proud, intelligent, and dying of stage IV ovarian cancer. Facing down an experimental treatment that may prolong her life, Dr. Bearing reflects on her life and condition through the intricacies of the English language and the Holy Sonnets of John Donne. At times humorous, at times devastating, Wit is one of a kind.