Charleston Stage has announced its lineup of shows for the upcoming year, and you won’t be disappointed.
In order of consecutive months, starting with July and going through April, here are the great shows you have to look forward to:
Disney’s “The Little Mermaid Jr.”
“9 to 5: The Musical”
“Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing”
“Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure”
“Next to Normal”
“Gershwin at Folly”
“Pinkalicious: The Musical”
With all kinds of current incentives, now is a great time to become a member and to purchase a ticket package.
Contact Charleston Stage via 577-7183, check them out online at www.charlestonstage.com or visit them at their main location inside the Dock Street Theatre, near the intersection of Church and Queen streets.
Learn something new this summer by signing up for one of Cone 10 Studio’s pottery and sculpture classes.
All of the classes are purposefully small so that each student can have individual attention from the instructor.
There are a few classes starting in July, including: Clay for Kids, Interim Wheel Throwing and Hand Building Session 2.
Clay for Kids is a four-week class starting July 9. The fee is $150, which includes all materials.
“Students will explore their creativity while making cups, bowls and other fun projects in clay with Celia Cerasoli,” explains Cone 10 co-owner Anne John.
The Interim Wheel Throwing class is for current and past Cone 10 Studios students only and will begin on July 8. These sessions are referred to as “open throwing time with no instruction.” The fee for this is $250.
Hand Building Session 2 will begin July 24.
This class is all about the manipulation of clay using pinching, coiling and slab construction. Students will learn construction, assembly and glazing techniques from instructor Holly Benton. The $120 fee includes clay.
To find out more about these classes and others, contact Cone 10 Studios, 1080-B Morrison Drive, by phone at 853-3345 or online at www.cone10studios.com.