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5539 Calhoun Memorial Hwy.
Easley, SC 29640-3871
Phone: (864) 859-7520
Fax: (864) 644-2002
Easley 8 Theatre is a movie theater associated with Dickinson Theatres. This cinema has eight screens, each of which shows the latest Hollywood release. With comfortable seating and the newest in sound and visual technology, it's no wonder this cinema is popular with the locals. Group rates are available as are gift certificates.
Greenville-Pickens Speedway was initially a dirt track when it opened in 1940 and was subsequently closed the following year due to World War II. It was reopened by Bill France Sr. in 1946 for a race he was promoting and has been a NASCAR racing track since 1951. Now an asphalt track, this prestigious track is the second oldest NASCAR track and holds regular weekly races that feature the biggest of NASCAR champions. Many such great racers have used the track for practices as well. There is a wall of champions that fans can visit during weekdays which has all the names of the famous racers who have become track champs here.
Greenville Civic Center is the hub of all creative and artistic activities in town. Concerts, dramas, seminars, art classes or community events, the place is always bustling with action. Sans any dull moment, the atmosphere here is cheerful and fun. The Greenville Civic Center offers entertaining and cultural events and every show is well received by the patrons. For more details, call ahead
Made out of the reclaimed bricks from the surrounding mills, Fluor Field at the West End is a baseball stadium that opened in 2006 and is a major attraction in town for all baseball fans. With a capacity of 5700, this stadium was built especially for Greenville's popular minor league baseball team, the Greenville Drive. Mirrored after Boston's famous Fenway Park, it is no wonder that fans have nicknamed the minor league park 'Little Fenway.'
The continuous goal for the South Carolina Children's Theatre is to cultivate a passion for the theater and the arts for any and all children, as well as the rest of their families, who walk through their doors. This is done through participation of stage productions, year-round theater education and outreach. The students in the conservatory that teaches the acting classes typically range from toddlers to teens.
This downtown theater highlights Broadway style musical productions and plays to upstate South Carolina. With performances that include classics like 'A Streetcar Named Desire' and 'Richard III' to more contemporary pieces such as 'Evil Dead' and 'The Whipping Man', the Warehouse is definitely well-rounded. And though many of the productions have traditional titles, there is always a novel twist within each one. In addition to their productions, the theater company holds workshops and professional training classes in order to foster a love of the arts throughout the entire community.
Falls Park Golf & Games is Greenville's only venue for indoor mini-golf, which makes it a good place to take kids on a rainy day. Conveniently located near Falls Park on the Reedy in West End, the venue also features a snack bar and some arcade games, which makes it a popular spot for children's birthday parties. Please call for more information. Closed on Mondays.
Centre State - South Carolina specializes in current play releases and contemporary dramas, comedies and musicals with an emphasis on Obie, Tony and Pulitzer Prize winners. A new play festival is held annually. The facility is also available for rental.
Housed in the historic Smith-Barney Building in downtown Greenville, Centre Stage is an acclaimed theater and production company that puts on plays and musicals. This unique theater seats 285 people, and in addition to their normal seasonal performances, Centre Stage also hosts a number of film screenings, concerts, guest lectures, art exhibits and other local events. Ticket prices vary depending on show.
Located amidst the many popular dining and shopping options of downtown Greenville, The Peace Center for the Performing Arts provides more expressive pursuits. It plays host to a full range of performers, from the Muppets and Disney to classical music and Broadway, Greenville locals flock here to see their favorite acts. The center is a beautiful facility that looks even more striking when illuminated after dark, Inside the Peace Center visitors will find the Center Hall and Gunter Theatre, as well as the DowBrands Amphitheatre. Located on the banks of the Reedy River, this is the perfect place to take in a show anytime of the year.
The Little Theatre has been delighting audiences in Greenville since the early 1920s. It is an institution. Through the years, the Little Theatre has put on productions of Fiddler on the Roof, To Kill A Mockingbird, Guys and Dolls, A Christmas Carol, and so many other timeless classics. For those looking to take up the art of acting, classes are offered for both adults and children.
Coffee Underground & Theater is a small place where you can watch some local improv as well as drink a cup of java roasted by the owners themselves. Each night provides something new, from stand up comedy, independent and short films to acoustic musical performances, entertainment is the keyword.