South Carolina Theater Reviews
 


BWW Review: Revolutionary HAIR Still Wows at GLOW Lyric Theatre BWW Review: Revolutionary HAIR Still Wows at GLOW Lyric Theatre
by Neil Shurley - July 18, 2017

Director Jenna Tamisiea and music director Christian Elser put a talented cast through a physical and emotional journey that still feels revolutionary. They'll wow you with their stamina, their marvelous musicianship (including a crack live band), and their raw emotional power.... (more...)
BWW Review: Mill Town Players' BYE BYE BIRDIE Will Make You Put on a Happy Face BWW Review: Mill Town Players' BYE BYE BIRDIE Will Make You Put on a Happy Face
by Neil Shurley - July 16, 2017

Mill Town's Bye Bye Birdie is guaranteed to make you put on a happy face.... (more...)
BWW Preview: WEEKENDER in Columbia, SC BWW Preview: WEEKENDER in Columbia, SC
by Patrick Michael Kelly - June 22, 2017

CLOSING! Columbia Children's Theatre presents THE COMMEDIA SLEEPING BEAUTY, adapted and directed by Jerry Stevenson. The show opens Saturday, June 24 with performances at 10:30 AM and 7:00 PM and closes Sunday, June 25 at 3:00 PM. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door. All performances are... (more...)
BWW Review: HAIRSPRAY brings colorful music and fun to Greenville Little Theatre BWW Review: HAIRSPRAY brings colorful music and fun to Greenville Little Theatre
by Neil Shurley - June 04, 2017

Greenville Little Theatre delivers great music, fabulous dancing and a still relevant message with their colorful new production of the musical Hairspray.... (more...)
BWW Review: THE LION KING Celebrates Life and Spectacle at The Peace Center BWW Review: THE LION KING Celebrates Life and Spectacle at The Peace Center
by Neil Shurley - June 03, 2017

The Lion King is a grand celebration of the magic of theatre and, yes, the circle of life.... (more...)
BWW Review: SPRING AWAKENING Brings Exquisite Tension to the Warehouse Theatre BWW Review: SPRING AWAKENING Brings Exquisite Tension to the Warehouse Theatre
by Neil Shurley - May 27, 2017

The Warehouse Theatre's production of Spring Awakening bursts forth from that exquisite tension between shame and desire.... (more...)
BWW Review: Flawed but fascinating DELIKATESSEN opens at Centre Stage BWW Review: Flawed but fascinating DELIKATESSEN opens at Centre Stage
by Neil Shurley - May 14, 2017

Can we ever really let go of the past? Should we? Is it possible to forgive but not forget? These are some of the questions explored in Delikatessen, a new play currently making its regional premiere at Centre Stage.... (more...)
BWW Review: SOMETHING ROTTEN Brings Hilarity and Music to the Peace Center BWW Review: SOMETHING ROTTEN Brings Hilarity and Music to the Peace Center
by Neil Shurley - April 13, 2017

In the best possible way, Something Rotten is a circular argument celebrating its own existence. It's a glorious, hilarious, tuneful tribute to that pinnacle of theatrical entertainment, the modern, mainstream American musical.... (more...)
BWW Review: Greenville Little Theatre embraces the silliness of LYING IN STATE BWW Review: Greenville Little Theatre embraces the silliness of LYING IN STATE
by Neil Shurley - April 09, 2017

Lying in State, a comedy by David C. Hyer, takes place entirely in a funeral parlor, where Ed takes center stage. In a casket. It seems that Ed died in a gunfight with home invaders. Unfortunately, it may have only been squirrels that were trying to invade his home - giant purple squirrels.... (more...)
BWW Review: BEACH COVE RESORT in Myrtle Beach, SC - Spectacular Views, Extraordinary Amenities, Superior Service BWW Review: BEACH COVE RESORT in Myrtle Beach, SC - Spectacular Views, Extraordinary Amenities, Superior Service
by Christina Mancuso - March 29, 2017

With millions of visitors flocking to escape the wrath of endless winter months, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is the perfect destination for a quick getaway, couples retreat, or extended family vacation.  Sprawling over miles of gorgeous shoreline along the Atlantic Ocean, Myrtle Beach hosts over 15... (more...)
BWW Review: Riveting ALL MY SONS at Warehouse Theatre BWW Review: Riveting ALL MY SONS at Warehouse Theatre
by Neil Shurley - March 27, 2017

It opens with a storm that knocks down a tree at its roots. By evening's end, the same thing has happened to a family. Filled with powerful performances, some disarming humor, and a gut-punching finale, All My Sons is a must-see.... (more...)
BWW Review: SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL Brings Music and Laughs to Centre Stage BWW Review: SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL Brings Music and Laughs to Centre Stage
by Neil Shurley - March 20, 2017

It opens in a seedy disco and closes at a papal mass. In between, there's music, mayhem, and, just maybe, a little divine intervention.... (more...)