Actors’ Theatre of South Carolina

“THE DAYPORCH” Comes to Threshold Rep

Monday, April 25, 2016
by ChasToday
“THE DAYPORCH” Comes to Threshold Rep

FOR SOME, the past comes with mixed emotions. However, the folks at award-winning Actor’s Theatre of South Carolina are thrilled with their revival of the comedy/thriller, The Dayporch, which is playing through May 7. They chose it to celebrate twenty years producing in our state. Originally a hit at Piccolo Spoleto in 2001, The Dayporch... Read »

A New Play About Freedom — Starts Oct. 8

Thursday, October 1, 2015
by ChasToday
A New Play About Freedom — Starts Oct. 8

“RADICAL SON” is a new one-act, adventure-romance about Charlestonian John Laurens, an unlikely anti-slavery hero of the American Revolution. Co-authored by Clarence Felder and Chris Weatherhead of Actors’ Theatre of South Carolina, the play explores John’s relationship with his father, his British wife, his secretly freed manservant, and abolitionist poet Thomas Day. It runs... Read »

ARTISTS will always be born, but whether there will also be art depends to no small extent on ourselves, their public. By our indifference or our interest, by our prejudice or our understanding, we may yet decide the issue.
~ E. H. Gombrich


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