Following a multimillion-dollar, year-and-a-half restoration, the Sottile Theatre has recaptured the glory it had when it first opened almost a century ago.
Theater student Kenya Gadsden turned a class assignment into an award-winning academic conference paper.
College of Charleston alumnus Matt Czuchry '99 will make his debut as a doctor on the new Fox medical drama 'The Resident' on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018.
The College of Charleston Department of Theatre and Dance partnered with a NYC-based youth theater program spearheaded by Tony Danza to offer a week-long summer program in the Holy City.
Darielle Deigan ’11 and Montgomery Mauro ’13 are part of a growing trend in entertainment with their forays into the web series revolution.
The College's talent is hitting stages all over town for the Spoleto Festival USA and Piccolo Spoleto this year. Here's a handy schedule of performances by CofC students, faculty and alumni that you won't want to miss!
As the winner of the Todd McNerney Student Playwriting Award, recent REACH Program graduate Sam Kalista will get to see his play performed at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival this year.
Richard Bryant dropped out of the College to pursue an acting career. But his dream to earn a degree and his love for his hometown of Charleston eventually lured him back to the Cistern Yard.
Glenda Johnson Byars '75, who was in fashion long before she came back to teach theatre at her alma mater, talks fashion, women's history and Charleston Fashion Week.
The Department of Theatre and Dance challenges the stereotypes of gentrification and race in upcoming performances of 'Buzzer.'