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CHARLESTON AREA EVENTS
Thursday, February 26 through Friday, March 6, 2015
“Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story”
“A haunting two man musical about Chicago’s notorious 1920’s “thrill killers,” Leopold & Leob.” Thurs. Fri and Sat at 7:30 pm with extra 10 pm performance this Sat. evening. Threshold Theatre at 84 ½ Society Street. Tickets: Adults/$20, Seniors/$18, Students/$16. 843-225-0119
Feb 19-Mar 1:
“Diary of Anne Frank” at the Dock Street Theatre
Charleston Stage’s adaptation from “The Diary of a Young Girl” by Anne Frank. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 pm and Sun at 3 pm. Tickets available at charlestonstage.com or 843-577-7182.
The Nathaniel Russell House Museum
Step back in time and learn about what life would be like in 1808 before electricity and the importance of light during this time period while guided through this beautifully lit house. The 45 minute Candlelight Tours will be offered at 6 and 7 pm. Tickets are $20 per person and must be purchased in advance through Historic Charleston Foundation.
Charleston Music Hall –
37 John Street – Attractions – 843-853-2252
Mar 2: Pink Floyd Experience
Mar 7: Rocketman: Elton John Tribute
Mar 10: Tommy Emmanuel
Feb 27-Mar 15:
“Bus Stop” at Footlight Players at 20 Queen Street
It’s March 1955 and a freak snowstorm has forced a layover at a small town diner in the wee hours of the morning. Romantic relationships ensue among six of the travelers in this drama with splashes of romance and comedy. Feb 27-28, Mar 5-7, 12-14@8pm; Mar 8 & 15 3 pm matinee. $30/27 pp
Feb 27 & Mar 4:
The Sound of Charleston – From Gospel to Gershwin
Experience the musical sounds that help define Charleston’s history from haunting spirituals, camp songs, jazz, to light classics and Gershwin. Congregational Church, 150 Meeting Street, doors open 6:30 pm, performance at 7 pm. Tickets can be purchased 843-270-4903 and at the door. Adults/$28, Senior/$25
Month of February at,
The Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theatre
“Heist, Heist Baby,” “Gin Club,” “Sherlock Holmes” and “Inspector NoCue’s.” Featuring a la carte appetizers, desserts, and drinks along with the volunteer audience participation at each show. Tickets: $15-24. Call 843-937-6453 or on line at www.charlestonmysteries.com – 164 Church Street
Charleston Museum hosts historian and author Dr. Debra Lindsay
for the lecture Maria Martin Bachman: Audubon’s Assistant at 6:00 pm. Free and open to the public at the Charleston Museum’s Arthur Wilcox Auditorium. Call 843.722.2996 ext. 235, for further information.
Feb 27 & 28:
Chamber Music and Dance inspired by Old World Tales
The evening’s music and dance centers around old world mythology and human origin as interpreted by Ballet Evolution choreographer Jonathan Tabbert – from Greek mythology to the Genesis narrative of Adam and Eve, the performance promises to be a captivating evening of movement and music. For more information, please visit www.balletevolution.org
Tickets: $10-$35. Sottile Theatre, 44 George Street.
Thru Apr 25:
“Boogie Woogie Bugle Gals”
at Thirty-Four West Theater Co. at 200 Meeting Street
Thurs Fri. &.Sat. at 8 pm – 843-901-9343 or 34west.org
Walking Tours, Motorized Bus Tours of the City and/or a Plantation
Available throughout the day. See Lobby Concierge for reservations.
Culinary Tours of Charleston offers “Savor the Flavors” and “Chef’s Kitchen Tour.” Reservations: 843-722-8687 Tickets $42 per person. Charleston Culinary Tours has four tours available each a different focus.
Check out their site at www.charlestonculinarytours.com Tickets: $50 pp. Charleston Cooks offers demonstration or participation classes. www.charlestoncooks.com for schedule of day or evening classes.