March 14, 2014 RSS feed / Arts & Entertainment

Scholarship winner plays at Benefit Fashion Show and Luncheon

Malechi Kittelmann, 2013 Senior Piano Solo and Concerto Scholarship winner, entertains the audience at the Benefit Fashion Show and Luncheon hosted by the Afternoon Music Club and the Eau Claire Musi More...

Travis

An inspiring true story, Travis: A Soldier’s Story, community film screening will be held Friday, March 28 at 7 p.m. at Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, Reinartz Hall. More...

Basic Training for Life

Workshop, Sue and Jerry Kline, and Beth Shalom Synagogue present Biloxi Blues

Comedy returns to Workshop Theatre’s stage with Biloxi Blues, the second in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Neil Simon’s trilogy which began with Brighton Beach Memoirs and concludes with Broadway Bound. More...

“Beware the Ides...”

General Rufio on the amazing life and death of Julius Caesar

In the last days of the Roman Republic, General Rufio was a close friend of Julius Caesar. Rufio was the son of a slave and was given very important command responsibilities by Caesar before he was assassinated.  More...

Hairspray

The Richland Northeast Education Foundation will present Dinner and a Show March 22 at 5:30 p.m. More...

State Museum celebrates Women’s History Month by opening Addie Sims Virtual Exhibit

The South Carolina State Museum is celebrating Women’s History month by opening a virtual exhibit, The Art and Life of Addie Sims: A Look into Her World, which features works of art by South Carolina Civil War-era artist, Addie Sims. More...