Charleston area kids will have the opportunity to high-five a nine-foot-tall Transformer this weekend, for free.
From spinning "the Big Wheel" to playing giant Plinko, contestants right here in Charleston will be able to participate in the iconic game show's live version.
PinkMoon After Dark is not only available as an audio and video stream, but is recorded live in front of an audience at the South of Broadway Theater in North Charleston.
"Archer," which airs on FX, follows a group of dysfunctional secret agents.
Their resumes include multiple Emmy Awards along with credits and appearances on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah," "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee," "Funny or Die," "The Opposition with Jordan Klepper," "The PIT" and more.
"Halloween," the 2018 movie release of the famous horror franchise, lives on into the new year with a special event that will give fans a behind-the-scenes look.
Liz Butler Duren made the cover of Sunday's Life section in The Post and Courier in 2002. It was the story of an adopted girl searching for her birth mom with few clues.
In addition to getting a 3-day, 2-night stay at the Inn at Middleton Place, this package includes gourmet food and wine pairings throughout the adventure, which will take "detectives" throughout the grounds and gardens.
This is What If? Productions' second year hosting a holiday piano bar cabaret, and it's going to be festive.
"This is not what can be called 'modern burlesque,' meaning what people think of today when they hear burlesque," the show's host says. "Nowadays, that means stripping, nudity, fire and sword acts, silks and more. This show honors the roots of burlesque, which was born in vaudevillian variety shows."
All those Hallmark movies still not getting you into the Christmas spirit? It's time for an emergency dose of holiday cheer in the form of a favorite December tradition.
It's been 50 years since Don Cantwell's Charleston Civic Ballet mounted his first "Nutcracker" ballet at Memminger Auditorium, featuring his choreography.
And in addition to a fun show, 34 West will offer a holiday cocktail to accompany the performance.
Popular ABC reality matchmaking show "The Bachelorette" is looking for new cast members in Charleston.
The convention features a film festival, gaming room, literary panels, sci-fi sessions and more.
Looking to get in the magic of the holiday season?
"The Nutcracker" will be performed by several local theater companies, but the ballet has an inherent barrier to entry to men, both those in the audience and those who are a part of the production.
He reached 1 million subscribers on YouTube, decided to skip college and move into a luxury downtown apartment. Academic Magnet High School graduate Seth Dominiak's dream of making a living as a YouTube star is coming true.
In “Vanity Fair,” the two female characters are constant and give the play focus, Andrews said. For this production, the approach is to keep things fluid and out in the open. Costume, prop and set changes are done before the audience. Movement, posture and gestures are adjusted instantaneously to signal the presence of a new character.
Get your tickets early for these New Year's Eve celebrations, which are likely to sell out in advance.
Comedian Dusty Slay, who has previous ties to Charleston, has a new half-hour comedy series in development with ABC.
The rules are simple. You have 7 to 10 minutes to tell a story about yourself, and it must be true.
Brian Ivie, director of new documentary "Emanuel," was shocked and appalled when he learned about the horrific 2015 shooting at Emanuel AME Church while he was on his honeymoon.
Ticket scalping is a resounding problem that pre-dates the internet age and it affects venues and patrons right here in Charleston.
The sensational Lego-style adventure video game has more than 33 million users worldwide.
To get everyone in the early holiday spirit, The Charleston Music Hall is presenting a holiday film series that will include four classic seasonal movies.
With a variety of big events coming to the North Charleston Coliseum, Performing Arts Center and Convention Center on Saturday, the complex has issued a parking alert.
The play was written by 15-year Wando High School theatre teacher Lori Carroll.
Get ready for All Hallow's Eve with these classic spooky movies.
Fans have had to wait close to a decade for the fateful return of masked massacrist Michael Myers. And this time, they get a few little sneak peeks of Charleston on the big screen among the guts and gore.
These classic plays hark back to the past yet remain vital for today.
Popular stand-up comedian and television personality Jerry Seinfeld will perform a solo show at 7 p.m. March 7 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Fri…
The 12th Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival, which runs Oct. 25-28 at the Sottile Theatre, focuses this year on the city of Naples.
Considered a comedy veteran, Kathleen Madigan’s 29-year career has transported her from the guest seats of Jay Leno and David Letterman to the passenger’s seat of Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians i…
The new Wide Angle Project is a mentorship lab functioning under the auspices of Indie Grants.
A year after the Emmy award-winning PBS show “This Old House” chronicled the renovations of their historic houses, two Charleston families are settling into their new abodes, where they are bo…
These are the Broadway productions coming to North Charleston this season.
A Charleston actor went from Porter Gaud plays to Broadway. Now, he's starring in the Broadway traveling production of "Les Miserables."
The notorious tales of Charleston ghosts are being resurrected from the grave in a new performance by Ballet Evolution.
Pure Theatre is setting up shop in an unlikely new space called the Cannon Street Arts Center, a church that served Charleston's black community.
Both of the new seasons for the Hawaii-based TV shows premiered on CBS in September.
The reboot of the popular horror franchise "Halloween" was filmed in Charleston earlier this year, and the movie — which stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Nick Castle and Will Patton — comes out on Oct. 19 in theaters worldwide.
John Johnson is working on a feature horror film right now to follow up a successful short he released that made the film festival circuit.
The film is a Netflix original documentary.
ABC's hit TV show "Dancing with the Stars" is touring this winter with a special live performance that will include Season 27 dancers.
When "Southern Charm" cast member Thomas Ravenel recently announced he was quitting the popular Bravo reality TV show, I found out about his decision on Twitter.
Locals tend to count themselves as the "haters," while many reality TV fans across the country have embraced the show and fallen in love with the cast and their humorous portrayal of high society in the Holy City.
The upcoming MOJA Arts Festival in Charleston will feature productions from two black theater groups.
It’s been a tough go the past few months for the spoken word community in Charleston. With the closing of Eclectic Vinyl in May, and with Pure Theatre on the move, local poets and spoken word …
From "The Tonight Show" to "Jay Leno's Garage," the famous funnyman highlights his journey and relays some anecdotes along the way.