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Charleston is a city rich in the arts. Here are just a few of the venues around town for live performances.
Charleston Stage Company - Charleston
The American Theater- Charleston
The Sottile Theatre - Charleston
Brad and Jennifer Moranz Present - Charleston Music Hall
Footlight Players Theater - 20 Queen Street, Charleston
College of Charleston Productions - Charleston
The Sound of Charleston - Concerts that highlight the musical heritage of Charleston - from gospel to Gershwin, in historic Circular Congregational Church in downtown Charleston
Midtown Productions - Charleston
Pure Theater - Charleston
The Company Company - Charleston
The Dock Street Theatre - 135 Church Street, Charleston (no performances until 2010). Said to be the single most-photographed spot in the city. Is the first building in America designed solely for theatrical performances. Destroyed by fire in 1740, it was renovated in 1809, again in the 1930's, and is currently under renovation.
The Charleston Ballet Company performs everything from classical to contemporary dance at locations around the city.
The Charleston Symphony Orchestra season runs from October through April.
The end of May and beginning of June each year is a very exciting time in Charleston as that is the annual Spoleto USA Festival . Artists and performers as well as visitors from all over the world attend this wonderful event each year.
Charleston Music Hall - holds many events year-round
Outside of Charleston:
The Village Playhouse -Mt. Pleasant -