A preview for the "post-electric" play, "Mr. Burns." Opening night is at Longstreet Theatre this Friday.
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Trustus Theatre and Longstreet Theatre hosted the Ghostlight Project on Thursday night. It is a nationwide event that promotes inclusivity and tolerance.
Trustus Theatre's upcoming show, "Boy," takes on heavy themes of gender identity and what it means to have choice taken from you. The show premieres this Friday, Jan. 13, and has showings through Jan. 21.
The cast of “Hamilton” openly addressed Vice President-elect Pence at the end of the Friday night performance, and Arts and Culture writer Alli McLeod thinks that they were out of line.
The "American Idiot" musical at the Trustus Theatre offers a fun experience for Green Day fans and theatre fans alike.
Staunton, Virginia, has something for everyone: good coffee, trendy bookstores and the United States' only re-creation of Shakespeare's Blackfriars Playhouse.
"The Tempest" brings a unique interpretation of Shakespeare to Drayton Hall Theatre by exploring the psychological depths of his last work.
After graduating from USC with a sports and entertainment management degree, Lynlee Jewell started working as the tour coordinator for “Disney on Ice presents Frozen.” Jewell is returning to Columbia as the show brings the magic of Arendelle to the Colonial Life Arena from April 13-17.
Fun, adventure and wonder take center stage at the Trustus Theatre with the whimsical performance of "Peter and the Starcatcher." The multifaceted characters and easy-to-follow plot come together to create a show that cleverly plays on a nostalgia that anyone can enjoy.
The different style, timely parallels between wars and meticulous portrayal of the characters make "Still Life" a unique and engaging experience for audience members of all ages.
A modern adaptation to a comedic classic, "Scapin" takes over the stage of the Longstreet Theatre, beginning Friday and running through Feb. 27. Vibrant colors, interactive set, thrilling music and incredible acting are sure to leave audiences satisfied.
USC Dance Company's performance "Breaking Boundaries" hits the stage Monday with influences from showgirls and disco of the 20th century.
If you have nothing to do or you just want to add a bit of culture to your weekend, read on to see what plays, art exhibitions, events and more Columbia has to offer.
Theatre students give insight into lives of other theatre students in "Circle Mirror Transformation"
"Circle Mirror Transformation" follows an adult acting class taken by four strangers over a six-week period.
Dozens of students took part in @USC2020Vision’s walkout to protest their belief in university inactivity on issues concerning marginalized groups at the university.
Marking its 15th year this fall, the Columbia Jewish Film Festival has brought Jewish culture, themes and ideas to Soda City once again.
With more than 60,000 Twitter followers, Feminista Jones, has created an impressive online presence writing about what it means to be a black feminist and a woman of strength, while tackling many issues in between.
On Tuesday night, Carolina Productions hosted a Murder Mystery Dinner in the Russell House Ballroom at the University South Carolina.
Trustus Theater brings to Columbia a fresh take on what it means to leave your past behind and live your best life in “The Brothers Size.”
The Leadership and Service Center organized another successful Service Saturday.