The new magic venue is called Holy City Magic, and local enchanter and entrepreneur Howard Blackwell is opening the doors on Friday.
It may be mid-August, but Halloween is summoning us away from summer with hopes of sweater weather, fall festivals and costume parties.
"I’m not famous, but sometimes I’m almost famous," Dill says with a laugh.
HBO's forthcoming fantasy series "His Dark Materials" and its new televangelist comedy "The Righteous Gemstones" bring wildly different worlds to the screen, yet both grapple with the same central problem: How to take on religion without degrading and demeaning viewers' beliefs.
Plus, the new trailer for "The Righteous Gemstones" is out now, and it features some local musicians as extras.
A Charleston duo got to sing to NASA astronauts.
Just repeat to yourself, "It's just a show, I should really just relax."
Celebrating a long holiday weekend? Here are some post-4th events to enjoy in Charleston.
One year ago this month, the Charleston community was stunned to learn that longtime local radio personality Richard "Box" Bachschmidt died.
A dancer from Andrews, S.C., is 1 of 12 women and 1 of only 24 total dancers accepted into the Juilliard School's class of 2023.
Plus, Slightly Stoopid performs, Charleston Pride toasts to equality, rum is served and the summer solstice arrives.
The book highlights some of the trials and tribulations they've gone through while growing their own business from the ground up.
The daughter of a former Victoria's Secret supermodel will also be at Fashion Week.
Charleston Stage is letting the audience decide how the story unfolds for its newest endeavor.
While the outlook might not look good for Atlanta, that leaves Charleston as another Southern city with some film history and potential to attract Hollywood. But here's why that's unlikely.
Here's what's on tap this weekend in Charleston, from movies to music and beyond.
The comedy drama, written by Mindy Kaling and starring Kaling and Emma Thompson, hones in on the struggles that women comedians face in an industry heavily dominated by men.
Charlestonians seeking a reprieve from the heat might look to Sunday, June 9, when the International Ocean Film Tour comes to the Charleston Music Hall.
Bill Murray is starring in a new zombie movie, and you can see it in Charleston a day before it hits major theaters across the country.
Retail centers continue to morph into a mix of uses as shopping habits change, and a North Charleston property is adding a new entertainment offering to lure in more foot traffic.
Victor Hugo wrote “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” in 1831 because the cathedral was in a state of horrible disrepair. If the fire at Notre Dame can prompt society to come together and examine its priorities, then he would be glad to know that his novel is still fulfilling its purpose.
Finding the right space — one that’s affordable, physically appropriate, flexible — can be difficult for a theater company in Charleston. But patience and determination can sometimes pay off.
Many might not realize that the two activists were contemporaries and friends.
The trailer teases with what has become the norm on the show: booze, bad-mouthing and bad behavior.
Here's how to spend your weekend in Charleston.
What If? Productions will host "Hair" as its first ever show at the Queen Street Playhouse, instead of the black box on Society Street.
For the organizers of Piccolo Spoleto Festival, the goal is accessibility. They want lots of local and regional artists to join the lineup, and they want lots of local and regional patrons to …
Sound the alert. The call for extras has been made yet again in Charleston.
Country star Tim McGraw and presidential biographer Jon Meacham are joining together for a new book tour.
This is director Linda Eisen's first time working with Fifth Wall. She's been a fan of Neil Simon since early on in her own career.
The official trailer for "Emanuel," the documentary featuring and honoring the Emanuel A.M.E. church shooting victims, is out now.
Whether you love it or hate it, it's back.
Thousands pour into the Charleston area to participate in the Cooper River Bridge Run. But there's lots to do here besides run 10 kilometers. Why not take in some culture?
The world's number one musical is making its Lowcountry premiere this year.
Do you love muddy puddles? Animated British cartoon character Peppa Pig sure does, and she's sharing her fun adventures with kids across the country for a live stage performance.
The trailer is out for a new zombie comedy film starring Charleston's own Bill Murray and many others.
In honor of the "tale as old as time," Charleston Scene talked to the stars of the show themselves.
Ron Davis of Docutainment Films is producing a new documentary on Dawn Langley Simmons, a Charleston resident who was one of the first to undergo gender reassignment surgery in the nation in 1968.
Jenny Broe and her boyfriend Mike Quinn got into an argument over what music was better in the '90s: Rock or hip-hop?
Here's a roundup of some of the best ways to get your leprechaun on.
A few feet away from where HBO is filming a new comedy series at Citadel Mall, a different kind of production group is setting up shop.
"Steel Magnolias" is the newest production coming to Dock Street Theatre.
The World Series of Comedy will host a satellite event in Charleston, which will send one to two local comedians to the next elimination round.
Soul music stars look down from heaven in new Charleston dinner theater production.
To celebrate local love, we talked to some Charleston couples who fell for each other in part because of art.
The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon in Charleston is hosting some celebrity ghost hunters for a one-night event.
Columbia 16-year-old Sadie Stanley stars as Kim Possible in the upcoming Disney Channel original movie.
"The Righteous Gemstones" and "Mr. Mercedes" both need Charleston-area extras.
"I definitely think she’d be excited about it, especially because we have an amazing planner doing it," the groom said with a smile. "I think she’d be trying to put on her best clothes to be shown on TV."
We took a crack at solving the case at Charleston's murder mystery comedy theaters.