PURE Theatre

“Slowgirl” is a Must-See at PURE

Sunday, November 9, 2014
by Carol Furtwangler
“Slowgirl” is a Must-See at PURE

IN KEEPING WITH their express aim to present provocative, edgy theater in Charleston, PURE Theatre presented Greg Pierce’s “Slowgirl” on Friday evening in their Upper King Street home. A searingly intense drama sprinkled with laughable moments, the two-character (“two-hander”) play stars Sullivan Hamilton as Becky, a 17 year-old chatabout who visits her Uncle Sterling... Read »

PURE Perfection, Chekhov Style

Sunday, September 14, 2014
by Peter Ingle
PURE Perfection, Chekhov Style

PURE Theatre’s production of “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” (running through October 4) is a thoughtful romp through the world of middle-aged, middle-class siblings in rural Pennsylvania. Christopher Durang’s articulate, award-winning play touches on human foibles, sexual orientation, modern meds, and the information age with lots of references to television, film, and... 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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