Broadway lighting designer Jason Lyons is used to making audiences see things in a whole new light – and that's exactly what he's doing at CofC, too..
From CofC's pep band drummer auditioning for 'America's Got Talent' to walking for health and dancing to another Bully Pulpit event, it's been busy at..
The Department of Theatre and Dance will showcase “Legacy - A Dance Concert” during a series of performances Nov. 22-24, 2019, in the Emmett Robin..
The art exhibit "Cry Joy Park — Gardens of Dark and Light" is the setting for a unique dance performance that will feature students from the Colleg..
The College's Maymester course on Spoleto Festival USA pulls back the curtain on the world of the performing arts. ..
Student Bethany Rupert is the first recipient of the Robert Ivey Scholarship in Dance, which was awarded for the 2018-19 school year...
Theater student Kenya Gadsden turned a class assignment into an award-winning academic conference paper...
Quattlebaum Artist-in-Residence Bret Shuford will share his story of becoming a literal Broadway prince in his solo cabaret show "Charming: A Tale of ..
It's been a spectacular celebration of the arts at the College of Charleston this week. ..
The upcoming dance concert from the Department of Theatre and Dance, titled "Witness," explores themes of how people respond to issues of social justi..