Looking for arts and theatre events in Greenville, SC? Whether you’re a local, new in town, or just passing through, you’ll be sure to find something that piques your interest.

Saturday, January 23, 2021
Around the Web w/ BMC: The National Arts Club: On Demand
Jan 23 all-day
Online w/ Brevard Music Center

Around The Web

Live-streamed performances, resources, and activities we love from around the web, updated regularly.

The National Arts Club: On Demand
Founded in 1898, The National Arts Club boasts more than 150 free programs to the public, including exhibitions, theatrical and musical performances, lectures, and readings. Current and archived videos are available and are updated weekly.

Call For Art Submissions: Female Artists in grades 9 through 12
Jan 23 all-day
Online w/ Converse College

Gillian Pigg 'Coiled' Best in Show Young Women in ArtConverse College’s Department of Art and Design is accepting entries for our 2021 Young Women in Art Juried Virtual Exhibition. This will be our final farewell to the annual YWIA event. We will be taking a break as we transition to Converse University and we will be back in 2022 with a new annual juried exhibition!

All women in South Carolina in grades 9 through 12 are invited to submit entries to the exhibition. The Young Women in Art Juried Virtual Exhibition provides a venue to recognize exemplary artworks of young women in high school, to help students begin to prepare for a major in art while still in grades 9-12, and to introduce them to Converse’s Department of Art and Design and the variety of majors now offered to men and women.

Submissions close on February 14, 2021.

SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY HERE.

Artwork Featured, “Best in Show”: Gillian Pigg, Grade 9, Prismacolor and Charcoal, “Coiled”, Teacher Kirsten Kelly

Classical Music and Animation for all Ages
Jan 23 all-day
Online w/ Brevard Music Center

Staff Picks From Around the Web

Live-streamed performances, resources, and activities we love from around the web, updated regularly.

 

Classical Music
and Animation

Enjoy examples of the relationship between classical music and animation aimed at audiences of all ages.

lighten up spartanburg!
Jan 23 all-day
Throughout city of Spartanburg

lighten up spartanburg!

36 artists + 30 sponsors + 28 fiberglass light bulbs = 300 square feet of art!

travis galloway

Lighten Up Spartanburg is a large scale public art project that bolsters the cultural vitality of downtown Spartanburg, expands the local economy through tourism, provides opportunities to local and regional artists, and fosters connections between local businesses and the arts.

The Legacy of Dave Hart
Jan 23 all-day
Online w/ Flat Rock Playhouse

Blue, pink, and orange gradient. Text reads Remembering Dave Hart.

Dave Hart smiling

The Legacy of Dave Hart

Born Jan. 13, 1959, in Glen Cove, Dave Hart was an artist, actor, director, and teacher. He performed in many national tours and regional theatres from Maine to Seattle, Washington. He first came to the Rock in 2000 as an actor playing Julian Marsh in 42nd Street and went on to play Jud Fry in Oklahoma, Dickinson in 1776, Emile de Becque in South Pacific, Jonathan in Arsenic and Old Lace, and Abel Frake in State Fair.

Dave started teaching full time at the Playhouse in 2008. He directed numerous Studio 52 (formerly YouTheatre) productions. We honor his memory and his legacy of commitment to theatre arts education for anyone who wants it through the Dave Hart Scholarship Fund.

Upstate Arts + Cultural Assets Interactive Maps
Jan 23 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Online

TATT volunteers have developed a number of interactive regional asset maps.

Flat Rock Playhouse 2021 calendar!
Jan 23 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Flat Rock Playhouse

2021 year calendar with photo of the Flat Rock Playhouse Mainstage covered in snow.

Start the year off right with a Flat Rock Playhouse 2021 calendar! This beautiful image of our Mainstage was taken by longtime Vagabond and Flat Rock Playhouse favorite, Scott Treadway. Enjoy the view of the Rock all year round in your office, on the kitchen wall, or above your desk. This quality printed calendar is 20″x16″ and supports the arts in North Carolina.

 

Auditions: Matilda Jr.
Jan 23 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Mauldin Cultural Center

Matilda, JR.

MATILDA, JR. GENERAL INFO

DIRECTOR: Tim St. Clair, II

WORKSHOP DATE: Saturday, January 16, 2021 | For registration info, email Tim at [email protected].

AUDITION DATE: Saturday, January 23, 2021 | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

CALL-BACK DATE: Saturday, January 23, 2021 | Starting at 7 p.m.
Actors only need to attend call-backs if called back by the director. Please make sure your student is available for that evening as well in case they are called back.

SHOW DATES: April 9-11, 16-18, & 23-25, 2021 (twelve shows total)

REHEARSALS: TBD. A rehearsal schedule will be provided to participants.

AVAILABLE ROLES: TBA.
All auditioning actors must be able to read and comprehend the script without assistance.

Registration & Audition Form

Pre-registration is required. All auditioners should arrive no later than 15 minutes prior to his/her scheduled audition block to ensure a smooth schedule. All actors must be available for all production dates.  Actors are strongly encouraged to provide a completed audition form and headshot photo in advance. This photo does not need to be professional, just helps the director put a name with a face. 

Questions may be directed to Tim St. Clair at [email protected]

The cast will be posted and actors notified at a date to be determined by the director.

counterfeit art exhibit
Jan 23 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Spartanburg Museum

Picasso, a Ringgold, or a Matisse? This is your opportunity! Some of Spartanburg’s finest visual artists have come together for this incredible exhibition showcasing their talents and skills by replicating popular paintings from the Western canon as well as more contemporary works.

 by The Arkwright Foundation, Bagwell Fence, Carolina Alliance Bank, Caroline + Brooks Crenshaw, Susan W. + Russel Floyd, Susu + George Dean Johnson Jr, Vicki + Tom Nederostek, and Margaret + George Nixon.

New Members Show Artists Collective | Spartanburg
Jan 23 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Artists Collective | Spartanburg
The Gallery at Flat Rock: Porch Portraits sessions donates to Flat Rock Playhouse
Jan 23 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
The Gallery at Flat Rock
Man and woman smiling as their infant son poses in front of them.The Goodrum Family, photo by Suzanne Camarata

Thank you Suzanne Camarata of The Gallery at Flat Rock whose Porch Portraits sessions raised $2835 for the Playhouse! Suzanne began this series when the pandemic made traditional photo sessions a challenge and inspired photographers used social distancing to create a new way to capture memories. “Porch Portraits by Suzanne brings the fun of a casual, light-hearted photoshoot right to your home – literally to your front porch or in your front yard. ” Suzanne is continuing her sessions this year, so make sure to visit the link below to get (or gift) a session today.

Erma Bombeck: At Wit’s End
Jan 23 @ 2:00 pm
Greenville Theatre
A One Woman Show celebrating the life of a great American humorist.

“If like is a bowl of cherries, what am I doing in the pits?” Erma Bombeck, the legendary humorist, gave voice to the frustrations of a generation of women in her syndicated newspaper column At Wit’s End. This charming, one-woman show brings to  life the humor and wisdom of a mother, housewife, and social commentator.

Erma Bombeck: At Wit’s End
Jan 23 @ 8:00 pm
Greenville Theatre
A One Woman Show celebrating the life of a great American humorist.

“If like is a bowl of cherries, what am I doing in the pits?” Erma Bombeck, the legendary humorist, gave voice to the frustrations of a generation of women in her syndicated newspaper column At Wit’s End. This charming, one-woman show brings to  life the humor and wisdom of a mother, housewife, and social commentator.

Sunday, January 24, 2021
Around the Web w/ BMC: The National Arts Club: On Demand
Jan 24 all-day
Online w/ Brevard Music Center

Around The Web

Live-streamed performances, resources, and activities we love from around the web, updated regularly.

The National Arts Club: On Demand
Founded in 1898, The National Arts Club boasts more than 150 free programs to the public, including exhibitions, theatrical and musical performances, lectures, and readings. Current and archived videos are available and are updated weekly.

Call For Art Submissions: Female Artists in grades 9 through 12
Jan 24 all-day
Online w/ Converse College

Gillian Pigg 'Coiled' Best in Show Young Women in ArtConverse College’s Department of Art and Design is accepting entries for our 2021 Young Women in Art Juried Virtual Exhibition. This will be our final farewell to the annual YWIA event. We will be taking a break as we transition to Converse University and we will be back in 2022 with a new annual juried exhibition!

All women in South Carolina in grades 9 through 12 are invited to submit entries to the exhibition. The Young Women in Art Juried Virtual Exhibition provides a venue to recognize exemplary artworks of young women in high school, to help students begin to prepare for a major in art while still in grades 9-12, and to introduce them to Converse’s Department of Art and Design and the variety of majors now offered to men and women.

Submissions close on February 14, 2021.

SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY HERE.

Artwork Featured, “Best in Show”: Gillian Pigg, Grade 9, Prismacolor and Charcoal, “Coiled”, Teacher Kirsten Kelly

Classical Music and Animation for all Ages
Jan 24 all-day
Online w/ Brevard Music Center

Staff Picks From Around the Web

Live-streamed performances, resources, and activities we love from around the web, updated regularly.

 

Classical Music
and Animation

Enjoy examples of the relationship between classical music and animation aimed at audiences of all ages.

lighten up spartanburg!
Jan 24 all-day
Throughout city of Spartanburg

lighten up spartanburg!

36 artists + 30 sponsors + 28 fiberglass light bulbs = 300 square feet of art!

travis galloway

Lighten Up Spartanburg is a large scale public art project that bolsters the cultural vitality of downtown Spartanburg, expands the local economy through tourism, provides opportunities to local and regional artists, and fosters connections between local businesses and the arts.

The Legacy of Dave Hart
Jan 24 all-day
Online w/ Flat Rock Playhouse

Blue, pink, and orange gradient. Text reads Remembering Dave Hart.

Dave Hart smiling

The Legacy of Dave Hart

Born Jan. 13, 1959, in Glen Cove, Dave Hart was an artist, actor, director, and teacher. He performed in many national tours and regional theatres from Maine to Seattle, Washington. He first came to the Rock in 2000 as an actor playing Julian Marsh in 42nd Street and went on to play Jud Fry in Oklahoma, Dickinson in 1776, Emile de Becque in South Pacific, Jonathan in Arsenic and Old Lace, and Abel Frake in State Fair.

Dave started teaching full time at the Playhouse in 2008. He directed numerous Studio 52 (formerly YouTheatre) productions. We honor his memory and his legacy of commitment to theatre arts education for anyone who wants it through the Dave Hart Scholarship Fund.

Upstate Arts + Cultural Assets Interactive Maps
Jan 24 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Online

TATT volunteers have developed a number of interactive regional asset maps.

Flat Rock Playhouse 2021 calendar!
Jan 24 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Flat Rock Playhouse

2021 year calendar with photo of the Flat Rock Playhouse Mainstage covered in snow.

Start the year off right with a Flat Rock Playhouse 2021 calendar! This beautiful image of our Mainstage was taken by longtime Vagabond and Flat Rock Playhouse favorite, Scott Treadway. Enjoy the view of the Rock all year round in your office, on the kitchen wall, or above your desk. This quality printed calendar is 20″x16″ and supports the arts in North Carolina.