Carolina Curtain Call Celebrates Second Anniversary Today!

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Carolina Curtain Call began in late May 2015 with the crazy idea that Upstate theatre fans may enjoy reading reviews of local theatre productions at all levels, from youth to community and professional theatres.

The online niche magazine launched with a single review of “The Music Man” at Spartanburg Little Theatre and has organically blossomed into the leading site for theatre reviews with three critics and now has expanded to include more performing arts such as dance and classical music, as well as venturing into Asheville, Columbia and Charlotte for special events.

Carolina Curtain wishes to thank every single reader and person that has shared one of our articles or posts, and every arts volunteer, artist, actor, writer, composer, singer, dancer, musician, photographer, graphic artist, patron, donor and supporter.

You all make the Upstate a fertile artistic paradise and a better world!

Paul Hyde of the Greenville News
Jay Coffman of Spartanburg Little Theatre
Will Ragland of the Mill Town Players
Tara McNamara of the Peace Center
Allen Evans, Taylor Marlatt & Glenda ManWaring of Centre Stage
Christian Elser & Jenna Tamisiea Elser of GLOW Lyric Theatre
Allen and Suzanne McCalla of the Greenville Little Theatre
Jason Johnson of The Warehouse Theatre
John Fagan of the Upstate Shakespeare Festival
Michelle Ward of SC Children’s Theatre
Dane Whitlock of the Flat Rock Playhouse
Amanda Dyar Gunter & Jill Medford Campion of the Foothills Playhouse
Robin Parent of Electric City Playhouse
Noah & Carlie Taylor and Dalton & Meghan Cole of the Market Theatre
Jimmy Burdette of Walhalla Civic Auditorium
Bert & Emily Wakeley, The Upstate Theatre Super Fans!


2 thoughts on “Carolina Curtain Call Celebrates Second Anniversary Today!

  1. You are making such a difference in connecting all of us “art lovers”.! Thank you so much. Hope we’ll see you at ” Taming of the Shrew” in Anderson for our third Shakespeare in the Park production. June 23-26 in Wren Park, Downtown Anderson.

    1. THANKS SO MUCH Diane!Look forward to Taming of the Shrew!

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