REVIEW:  At 90, Spartanburg Philharmonic Ushers in New Maestro, New Era, New Name

REVIEW:  At 90, Spartanburg Philharmonic Ushers in New Maestro, New Era, New Name
BY SANDY STAGGS ARTS CRITIC Stefan Sanders is officially a Hub City resident. A Sparkle City denizen. Spartanburg’s newest prominent citizen. And as music director for the Spartanburg Philharmonic, Sanders is already cementing his reputation as a local treasure. Sanders...

REVIEW: Brand New Play ‘OX’ Unexpectedly Tugs At Your Heartstrings

REVIEW: Brand New Play ‘OX’ Unexpectedly Tugs At Your Heartstrings
BY SANDY STAGGS DRAMA CRITIC “OX” by Derek Davidson, is a short play with a huge heart. Davidson, who penned the paean to the Women of Shakespeare in “A Part Equal” performed by Theatre Converse at Converse College last season,...

BEHIND THE CURTAIN: Anderson University Professor Takes Solo Show to New York

BEHIND THE CURTAIN: Anderson University Professor Takes Solo Show to New York
BY SANDY STAGGS ARTS WRITER Hazel Louise Corts was not a famous person. But she was a champion to Dr. Deborah McEniry and her family. So much that McEniry and her cousin Dr. Alicia Corts wrote a play in her...

VOTE NOW! GET YOUR BALLOT TODAY!

VOTE NOW! GET YOUR BALLOT TODAY!
Carolina Curtain Call’s Critics’ Picks of the 2017-18 Theatre Season (September 1, 2017 – August 30, 2018) They ain’t the Tonys or even the Suzy Bass Awards, but the Carolina Curtain Call Awards, a hybrid recognition by Upstate critics and theatre...
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