Comedy Cabana (7/5 - 7/11)
34 West Theater (5/14 - 9/18)
CHALLENGER: Soaring with McAuliffe ? (Virtual Chautauqua Performance)
Greenville Chautauqua (6/15 - 6/15)
Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill
Trustus Theatre (6/4 - 6/20)
Comedy Cabana (6/21 - 6/27)
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Perhaps we can declare that social distancing is as antithetical to telling a gripping ghost story as it is to sustaining a great vibe at a bar or a pub. After a 30-year run in London's West End, where it remains on a pandemic-induced hiatus, THE WOMAN IN BLACK certainly has a pedigree to please. The play, adapted by Stephen Mallatratt from Susan Hill's 1983 novel, is only surpassed by Dame Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap as the longest-running play in West End history.
Watch Next on Stage Season 3 Winner Mia Cherise Hall's Journey to the Top
Congratulations to Mia Cherise Hall, the college winner of Next on Stage! Look back at her journey throughout the competition from week 1 to the grand finale.
Watch Next on Stage Season 3 Winner Jackson Perry's Path to Victory
VIDEOS: Get Ready For Matthew Morrison on THE SETH CONCERT SERIES Sunday
VIDEO: Our Next on Stage Contestants Sing from DEAR EVAN HANSEN!
Le Grand Cirque is Now Playing at the Broadway Theater in Myrtle Beach
Laura Bell Bundy Joins Our June Stage Door Masterclasses Lineup
Last Chance to Vote for Next on Stage Finale!
BWW Previews: LONG STORY SHORT, a Free, World-Premiere Virtual Monologue Series From The Warehouse Theatre
Comedian John Crist Announces Dates For His 2021 JOHN CRIST: FRESH CUTS COMEDY TOUR
Comedian John Crist to Bring his 2021 Fresh Cuts Comedy Tour to the North Charleston PAC
Hicks, Morrison & More Streaming This Week on BroadwayWorld Events
Voting Now Open for the Finale of Broadway's Next on Stage!
BWW Review: Spoleto's Festival Hall Isn't Ideal for THE WOMAN IN BLACK
Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black Will Return to the North Charleston PAC in February
North Charleston POPS! Brings LOVE, PEACE AND PATRIOTISM at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center
South Carolina Stingrays and North Charleston Coliseum to Hold Community Food Drive at This Week's Games
The South Carolina Theatre Association Presents Annual Awards At Gala
American Ballet Theatre to Perform at Charleston Gaillard Center as Part of ABT ACROSS AMERICA
Vocalist Allan Harris Announces Summer Tour
Nationally Renowned Writers Fuel Short Play Series At Warehouse Virtual Series Showcases
What Questions Do You Have About Live Theater's Return?
North Charleston POPS! Presents LOVE ITALIAN STYLE Concert at the North Charleston PAC
Unbound Collective Will Perform IT NEVER CHANGES TO STOP This Month
Student Blog: My Heart is Split
HAIRSPRAY, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF & More Announced for 2021-2022 Best of Broadway Series at the North Charleston PAC
Comedian Nate Bargatze Comes to The North Charleston PAC, September 10
Exclusive: Ben Rimalower's Broken Records QuaranStreams Continues with GIRLS5EVA!
BWW Interview: Artistic Director Laura Nicholas on Centre Stage's Grand Reopening Season
BWW Exclusive: Glow Lyric Theatre's Christian and Jenna Elser Announce 2021 Summer Festival Season
Trustus Theatre Reopens LADY DAY AT EMERSON'S BAR & GRILL
South Carolina Community Theaters Plan Their Reopening
DISNEY PRINCESS – THE CONCERT is Coming to the North Charleston PAC
Columbia Children's Theatre Presents Two Live Performances At Saluda Shoals Park
AROUND THE BROADWAY WORLD
Road To Reopening: Broadway Palm Talks Bringing Performances Back To Ft. Myers
BroadwayWorld is checking in with theaters around the country as they prepare to reopen this summer. Next in our series we check in Melissa Vogt, the Director of Sales and Marketing at Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre.
Guthrie Theater Announces 2021–2022 Season Featuring WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME, A CHRISTMAS CAROL & More
VIDEO: Winners Announced For The 2021 Rising Star Awards At Paper Mill Playhouse
Interview: Candace Bushnell Talks IS THERE STILL SEX AND THE CITY?
Candace Bushnell's world premiere one-woman show is set to take the stage at Bucks County Playhouse, running June 22 through July 18, 2021. We spoke with Candace Bushnell about the process of writing the show, what audiences can expect, the impact of her work, and much more!