Community theatre provides entertainment for the audience, and a form of recreation for the people involved. South Carolina has groups from the coast to the mountains that perform in small reclaimed buildings to large, state of the art auditoriums. People may get involved in acting, directing, technical and support roles, or simply sit back and enjoy a show.
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Aiken Community Playhouse
Information about the current season, auditions and membership.
Charleston Stage at the Dock Street Theatre
Offers traditional musicals and plays, as well as original plays. Includes information about apprenticeships, auditions, acting classes, contributions, news, school matinees, special and coming events.
The Clemson Little Theatre
Information on the current season, membership, news and tickets.
Greenville Little Theatre
Stages six shows each year including drama, comedy, and musicals. Information about the current season, history, biographies, and auditions, opportunities for volunteering, and theatre classes.
Oconee Community Theatre
Season schedule listing, ticket information, history, news letter, production photos and information for the director.
Orangeburg Part-Time Players
Presenting the community four regular productions, children's shows, and other special events each year. Includes season, membership and ticket information, group history, and photos.
Columbia. Existing since the early 1900's, and performing in what is the oldest community theatre building in continuous use in the United States. Includes season schedule, auditions, membership and history.
Workshop Theatre of South Carolina
Offers live performances of several plays each year, acting classes and opportunities for volunteers to get involved in theatre. Contains audition, volunteering, membership, and season information.
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