Students, alumni and professionals collaborate to bring high-quality performances to the stage in Piccolo Spoleto's 11th annual Stelle di Domani series.
From New York City to Spain and Dubai, there are few places College of Charleston students won't be this Spring Break from March 6 -13.
Evan Linder's '04 newest play – Byhalia, Mississippi – opened in January and immediately sparked conversations about race relations in the United States.
In addition to her many stage and film acting credits, Associate Professor of African American Theatre and Performance Joy Vandervort-Cobb has enjoyed national success as a voice actor.
Alum Luke Cleveland '01 created Coastal Stage Productions to make theater more accessible. His troupe recently performed "The Great American Trailer Park Musical" in Mount Pleasant.
Brennen Reeves '14 has struggled with cystic fibrosis his whole life and in 2011 received a double lung transplant. While his focus has always been on exhaling and inhaling, he's got some tips to help the rest of us learn to ... just breathe.
There are plenty of CofC faculty and alumni involved in this year's Piccolo Spoleto Festival. Here are 12 must-sees!
The College of Charleston Theater presents bizarre comic play 'Blithe Spirit.' The play will run from February 12-17, 2015.
A dance piece within upcoming "Out of Control" performance at the College of Charleston features collaborative elements between dance and computer science.
The show originally scheduled for Oct. 4, 2014, has been postponed due to Jones' filming schedule for the FOX television series “Sleepy Hollow."