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Piccolo Spoleto 2019
Presented by Threshold Repertory Theater
Terraphonics is a quintet hailing from Charleston, SC. Their influence reaches far beyond borders, combining contemporary jazz and down tempo with elements of African, Latin, and East Asian music. The band weaves a mood that supersedes genre and border, cohesively tied together through hypnotic rhythms, emotive instrumental melodies, and Shaniqua McCant's entrancing vocal style.
Thus Spoke the Mockingbird
Presented by Merely Players
Thanks to the award-winning book, "To Kill A Mockingbird," Harper Lee (or Nelle to her friends and family) is a household name. But who really was Nellie, a little girl from a sleepy town in South Alabama. This one-woman show examines Lee's life, from the success of her novel to her more reflective older years. This work, "Thus Spoke the Mockingbird," was written by Merely Players' founder, Joanie McElroy
By Joanie McElroy
All About You
Presented by Village Rep
One woman's true story about discovering the secret of her own adoption and her 29-year search to find her birthmother and ultimately herself comes to the stage in Liz Butler Duren's adaptation of her own award-winning memoir "All About You." Fresh off its sold out world premiere at The Village Repertory Co. in January 2019, "All About You" is an amazing true blue one woman show.
a play by Liz Butler Duren
Presented by still learning, inc.
A story about discovery and acceptance, "Geriatric Monologues" is contemporary reading theatre by seven self-made philosophers having their weekly chat on the final porch of life. Rocking to the rhythm and beat that formed their lives and led them to a place of remembering and sharing what's to come, playwright, Jim R. Rogers adapted the show from his own poetry.
A Reading Theater Production of a One Act Play
Ray Bradbury Live (forever)
Ray Bradbury predicted flat screen television, designed Disney's Spaceship Earth, inspired Star Trek's holodeck and turned generations of his "bastard children" on to books. Emmy-winner Bill Oberst Jr. is Ray in this brand-new multimedia stage tribute, direct from LA and authorized by the Bradbury estate. Whirl through worlds fantastic, from Mars to the Cretaceous, in a death-defying 90 minutes in Ray's own words. Features excerpts from classic Bradbury tales, including Something Wicked This Way Comes.