Every weekend night at Theatre Rowe, someone gets murdered. Theatergoers need not fear, it's all part of the show at Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre. Once the crime takes place, characters played by local actors try to answer the age-old questions, "Whodunit?" and "Should I pair red or white wine with this fish dish?" as the audience gets in on the mystery. Dinner is served during the show, and special requests can be made ahead of time so staff can accommodate dietary restrictions.
The Carolina Ballet brings to life the sentimental comic ballet Coppelia, with original choreography by Arthur Saint-Léon and music by Léo Delibes. Based on E.T.A. Hoffman's tale "The Sandman," the 140-year-old ballet tells the story a village girl who pretends to take the place of Coppelia, a life-size dancing toy doll, in order to win back the bewitched heart of her true love and favorite corn-dog vendor.
The Workshop Theatre of South Carolina keeps theater-goers guessing with its rousing rendition of Victor/Victoria. A musical romp based on the 1982 movie starring Julie Andrews, Victor/Victoria follows the fate of a woman posing as a female impersonator in 1930s Paris.
An uplifting and profound dramedy, Harvey tells the story of Elwood P. Dowd and the play’s namesake, his invisible long-eared ally. With forthright congeniality, Elwood shares Harvey with the world, but the world balks and ships him to a sanitarium, though not without some chuckle-inducing mix-ups along the way. Reunite with old, intangible friends in the comfy confines of the oldest continuously used theater building in the United States to reminisce on the various and innumerable shades of companionship.