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.
BY ANDREW DALTON and DAVE ZELIO
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.
After years of performing in Las Vegas coffee houses, Jo Koy landed the break of a lifetime, performing live on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno where he received a standing ovation. He will perform in North Charleston on Sept. 7.
Ansari is known for his progressive politics and his support of the #MeToo movement, but that didn't immunize him against allegations of sexual impropriety and hypocrisy.
You can almost picture it, the grit and grime of East Village New York City in the 1970s and '80s. Andy Warhol, with his shock of blond hair and dark shades sitting opposite Janis Joplin at th…
A video game tournament at The Alley that was scheduled for Sept. 10 has been postponed after a shooting at a similar event Sunday in a Jacksonville, Fla., shopping center where two people wer…
Aziz Ansari, who is originally from Bennettsville, South Carolina, is returning to his home state for a performance, during which he will be testing out new material.
Footlight Players, the 87-year-old community theater company located on Queen Street, is turning its building into multi-discipline performing arts center.
"BlackkKlansman" hits close to home in South Carolina, where a self-identified white supremacist carried out a deadly attack at Emanuel AME Church, where a white police officer shot an unarmed black man, Walter Scott, in a case that received national attention, and where, according to The Southern Poverty Law Center’s 2017 report “Year in Hate and Extremism,” there was an uptick in the number of hate groups recorded across the state.
"Pitch Perfect" a capella actor, "Workaholics" co-creator and Comedy Central star Adam Devine was just in Charleston celebrating a fan's birthday. Now, he's returning for a stand-up performanc…
The show is framed by bits of monologue that shed light on Holiday’s life, her troubled relationships and the racism she faced as a performer throughout her career.
Video killed the radio star, but podcasts perhaps are the current generation's format that's bringing back audio.
One of the stars of the popular Charleston-based Bravo television show "Southern Charm" said on Tuesday afternoon he will not be returning.
As cast members of Flowertown Players' season opener “Next to Normal” can attest, there’s a lot in the opening sequence. People who rush about their over-scheduled daily lives can relate to th…
Among "Mr. Mercedes" actors are Emmy Award-winning Brendan Gleeson as Detective Hodges and Harry Treadaway from "Penny Dreadful" as Brady Hartsfield, the "Mercedes Killer."
This year’s festival will feature local Gullah cuisine, music, dance and drum performances. For the first time, it will be held at Charleston Music Hall.
Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Les Miserables" will set up the barricade in North Charleston for a weeklong stint on stage.
Have you ever wondered if, just around the corner or across the globe, there might be another you out there? For three brothers at the center of Tim Wardle’s documentary, “Three Identical Strangers,” their discovery of who they really were came as a shock.
Call them the Gullah Power Couple and they squirm, but Ron and Natalie Daise do more than most to inform people about Gullah-Geechee culture and history.
William Shakespeare's late masterpiece, “The Tempest,” has been performed on stage and adapted to the silver screen countless times, most recently in Julie Taymor’s 2010 film version of the sa…
The flames of a Polynesian art form, popularized in the West by circus and festival culture, are being fanned here in the Holy City. Fire spinning has become the rage among a variety of locals…