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Neil Shurley

Neil Shurley

Neil Shurley has been covering the Greenville SC arts scene since 2001. A member of the American Theatre Critics Association, his theatre-related work has appeared in such publications as The Greenville News, Greenville Journal, Creative Loafing, and MetroBeat.

Neil is also an actor, songwriter, and occasional ukulele-player. He tweets too much, mostly about donuts, coffee, and Star Trek.




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BWW Exclusive: Warehouse Theatre Producing Artistic Director Mike Sablone Announces 2 PhotoBWW Exclusive: Warehouse Theatre Producing Artistic Director Mike Sablone Announces 2021-22 Season
Posted: Jul. 6, 2021


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Exclusive: Warehouse Theatre Producing Artistic Director Mike Sablone Announces 2 PhotoBWW Exclusive: Warehouse Theatre Producing Artistic Director Mike Sablone Announces 2021-22 Season
Posted: Jul. 6, 2021


BWW Review: On Demand Monologue FIRE IN THE GARDEN Explores Inspiration, Connection,  PhotoBWW Review: On Demand Monologue FIRE IN THE GARDEN Explores Inspiration, Connection, and Grand Gestures at Warehouse Theatre
Posted: Feb. 22, 2021


BWW Previews: Director John Fagan on Centre Stage's New Production of One Woman Show  PhotoBWW Previews: Director John Fagan on Centre Stage's New Production of One Woman Show APPLES IN WINTER
Posted: Feb. 23, 2021


BWW Review: Warehouse Theatre's OBJECTIVITY Offers Delights and Surprises via Zoom PhotoBWW Review: Warehouse Theatre's OBJECTIVITY Offers Delights and Surprises via Zoom
Posted: Oct. 1, 2020


BWW Interview: Christopher Rose, Director of Centre Stage's Streaming Variety Show ME PhotoBWW Interview: Christopher Rose, Director of Centre Stage's Streaming Variety Show MERRY & BRIGHT
Posted: Dec. 17, 2020


BWW Exclusive: Warehouse Theatre Postpones 2020-21 Season PhotoBWW Exclusive: Warehouse Theatre Postpones 2020-21 Season
Posted: Aug. 17, 2020


BWW Exclusive: Glow Lyric Theatre's Christian and Jenna Elser  Announce 2021 Summer F PhotoBWW Exclusive: Glow Lyric Theatre's Christian and Jenna Elser Announce 2021 Summer Festival Season
Posted: May. 11, 2021


BWW Exclusive: Warehouse Theatre Producing Artistic Director Mike Sablone Announces 2021-22 Season
July 6, 2021

'We feel it’s more important than ever to highlight the messages of connection and community'

Warehouse Theatre Announces Second Production of Their 2019 World Premiere Play, POWER OF SAIL
June 29, 2021

'This is what professional regional theatres should do: originate important work that then travels to larger cities.'

BWW Previews: South Carolina Children's Theatre Reveals Old Favorites and New Surprises for the 2021-22 SEASON
June 15, 2021

'We felt that the best way to welcome folks back into the theatre was through shows that would spark a boatload of joy.'

BWW Previews: LONG STORY SHORT, a Free, World-Premiere Virtual Monologue Series From The Warehouse Theatre
June 8, 2021

“I was looking for something that was less hard on one performer, but also wanted to spread the wealth and hire as many artists as we could for the final Warehouse In Your House production.”

BWW Interview: Artistic Director Laura Nicholas on Centre Stage's Grand Reopening Season
May 15, 2021

'We've selected pieces that truly lend themselves to a more intimate setting.'

BWW Exclusive: Glow Lyric Theatre's Christian and Jenna Elser Announce 2021 Summer Festival Season
May 11, 2021

'The shows feature the music our audiences have come to love, but with a personal artistic twist.'

BWW Previews: Director John Fagan on Centre Stage's New Production of One Woman Show APPLES IN WINTER
February 23, 2021

'We allowed ourselves the ability to step away from the script and take a break from the tension. We did our damnedest to find places for humor and levity.'

BWW Review: On Demand Monologue FIRE IN THE GARDEN Explores Inspiration, Connection, and Grand Gestures at Warehouse Theatre
February 22, 2021

With those words, a man named Norman Morrison set out to make a statement, a grand gesture, an extreme act. With his one year old child in tow, he made the ultimate sacrifice to bring attention to the atrocities happening in Vietnam.

BWW Preview: Playwright Ken Weitzman & Director Jay Briggs Open Up About FIRE IN THE GARDEN at Warehouse Theatre
February 16, 2021

'We've been playing with finding the right balance between the theatrical and cinematic qualities of the piece. It truly is a hybrid.'

BWW Interview: Christopher Rose, Director of Centre Stage's Streaming Variety Show MERRY & BRIGHT
December 17, 2020

'Merry and Bright is a holiday show with a little something for everyone.'

BWW Interview: Glow Lyric Theatre's Jenna & Christian Elser Celebrate OPERA WEEK
October 15, 2020

'Opera is absolutely thrilling - it’s got just as much drama as your favorite Netflix show.'

BWW Interview: Centre Stage Artistic Director Laura Nicholas Discusses Virtual Production of 'NIGHT, MOTHER
October 5, 2020

'For this project, we really wanted to capture something totally unique--a hybrid of film and theatre.'

BWW Review: Warehouse Theatre's OBJECTIVITY Offers Delights and Surprises via Zoom
October 1, 2020

It's the best Zoom call you've had yet.

BWW Interview: West Hyler of ARTISTIC STAMP, Where the Audience Becomes a Character
September 24, 2020

As the audience writes back, their responses help steer the story and determine the choices the character makes

BWW Interview: Ben Dawkins, director of THE LARAMIE PROJECT at Proud Mary Theatre Company
September 25, 2020

'There is minimal staging, which allows the text of the play and the broader themes of inclusion, community, and healing to play to the audience.'

BWW Previews: World premiere OBJECTIVITY opens virtually at Warehouse Theatre
September 18, 2020

'I like to think of Objectivity as site specific theatre - but the site is Zoom.'

BWW Breaking News: Centre Stage's Indoor Performance Space to Remain Closed until 2021
August 19, 2020

Greenville, SC's Centre Stage announced today that they will not be opening their mainstage, indoor performance space for live performances for the remainder of 2020 and into 2021 as necessary.

BWW Exclusive: Warehouse Theatre Postpones 2020-21 Season
August 17, 2020

'Knowing that we rely on our community coming together and breathing as one in a specific location means that we have a responsibility to not put that community in danger.'

BWW Previews: Glow Lyric Theatre Introduces GLOW ONLINE
April 27, 2020

'We wanted to focus on the people that make Glow what it is'

BWW Previews: Centre Stage's Live Streaming Event RHINESTONE COWBOY Premieres Tonight on Facebook Live
April 14, 2020

'This is our effort to show that even in the darkest of times, art, theater, and music prevail'



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