114 Commerce Blvd
Lancaster, SC 29720
Phone: (803) 283-1188
Fax: (803) 286-1028
The Children's Theatre of Charlotte's popular touring ensemble, The Tarradiddle Players, will perform THE COMMEDIA PINOCCHIO in Lancaster, SC on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the USC Lancaster Bundy Auditorium located at 476 Hubbard Dr. Tickets are just $5 plus tax and can be purchased online at http://www.lancastercitysc.com/performingarts.aspx or by calling (803) 289-1486. The little puppet who wishes he were a real boy comes to life in this slapstick spin on the classic story which is told in the humorous acting style of Italian Commedia dellarte. Bring your friends and family and prepare for an unforgettable evening!
The Red Rose Sculpture Competition and Exhibition will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 17th, at Red Rose Park. A partnership of Avant Garde Center for the Arts and Olde English District Visitor Center and Artist Market, the exhibit will feature works by sculptors from throughout the southeast and will be held during the fifth annual Red Rose Festival.
Christina Chastain, artist and owner of Chastain's Studio Lofts, will be holding children's art classes for kids ages 5-12 beginning Friday, September 7, 2012, from 6-9 p.m. at her downtown studio. These classes will be offered every other Friday evening throughout the school year. Each class will start and finish a new project, ranging from canvas art to pottery.
Dixie Bee Supply will open their doors to the public on June 21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on June 22 from 1 to 4 p.m. to showcase beekeeping equipment and supplies, display an observation hive and conduct a discussion on the importance of honey bees.
ImagiTheque Productions presents a new dinner theatre show once a month in Willingham's Dining Room. Productions range from murder mysteries and cabarets to hysterical comedies.
Located on Main street, the construction of this historic building can be traced back to 1931. It formerly served as a post office and courthouse, and features on the list of the National Register of Historic Places. Today, this place is a thriving venue for concerts and performing arts. Enjoy some of the best live acts from local bands to touring musicians in a unique setting. Admire well-preserved furnishings of the courtrooms that restore its old-world charm.
The Old Town Amphitheater, located in the heart of downtown, is an open-air performing arts space. Equipped with cutting-edge acoustics, every seat at this amphitheater guarantees a great view of the stage. Enjoy a performance under the stars from their line-up of concerts and live gigs in an intimate atmosphere. This venue is non-smoking.
Providing a connection between academic and professional worlds, this theater company performs unique and exciting theatrical productions each season that are highly entertaining and culturally diverse.
The department production season typically consists of three faculty-directed plays and one faculty-choreographed dance concert in Johnson Theatre, three or four student directed plays in the Studio Theatre, the student-directed Winthrop One-Act Play Festival each semester, and the student-choreographed Winthrop Choreography Showcase and Senior Dance Showcase.
To call the Winthrop Coliseum a multi-purpose facility would be quite an understatement. This excellent arena is one of the prominent facilities offered by the university, and is also one of the prominent venues in the city. Opened in 1982, the Winthrop Coliseum has since been hosting major athletic and entertainment events. With a seating capacity for 6100, the arena plays host to events as diverse as basketball or volleyball matches, and concerts and conferences. Do see the website or call to know more.
Located on what was once an old pre-World War II fighter training base, this great race track features a wide range of turns and hosts a large number of motorcycle racing events throughout the year.