The College of Charleston School of the Arts offers a wonderful array of events that are free or discounted for CofC faculty and staff.
A day before he’s set to speak at the College's final 2018 Spring Commencement Ceremony, actor Matt Czuchry ’99 sat down for a candid conversation with students from the Department of Theatre and Dance.
A group of College of Charleston students and professors traveled to Cuba over spring break to seek out inspiration for performances at the Cuba Finale Concert on April 7.
Supporting the College’s sustainability literacy initiative, the Department of Theatre and Dance’s 2017–18 production season, SUSTAIN THIS!, resumes Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018.
Rodney Lee Rogers, adjunct professor of theatre at CofC and co-founder of Charleston's PURE Theatre, is the director of the upcoming production of "Enron."
Center Stage, the College's student-run theater organization, is hosting a musical cabaret to benefit the LGBTQQI group We Are Family.
The Department of Theatre and Dance challenges the stereotypes of gentrification and race in upcoming performances of 'Buzzer.'
Evvie Harmon, a 2012 grad, is a co-founder and global coordinator for the Women’s March on Washington, which is set to step off in D.C. and hundreds of other cities worldwide Saturday morning in response to the inauguration of Pres. Donald Trump.
A look at some of the courses offered this semester as part of the First Year Experience Program.
Dance Program Director Gretchen McLaine wants her students to know that dance class is so much more than just learning how to dance.