South of Broadway

Bodacious Bods and Baldino at SOB

Sunday, September 21, 2014
by Carol Furtwangler
Bodacious Bods and Baldino at SOB

FULL-FRONTAL MALE NUDITY, rear windows of luscious ladies, ZOUNDS! In Charleston? Properly in North Charleston, the South of Broadway Theatre Company opened their 2014-15 season Friday with Douglas Carter Beane’s award-winning, “The Nance.” Referring to gay men who camped up their performances in Manhattan’s Burlesque theater scene, this “nance” could not have been better... Read »

Gould and Lewis Shine at South of Broadway

Sunday, January 12, 2014
by Carol Furtwangler
Gould and Lewis Shine at South of Broadway

THE WORLD PREMIERE of an original theater piece took place Saturday evening at South of Broadway to a wildly enthusiastic full house, and for all the best reasons. “The Piano Man and the Diva” combined musical comedy, pop, and opera—yes, opera—performed by two seasoned pros who strutted their stuff for a full two hours of... Read »

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