Charleston Stage, founded by playwright Julian Wiles in 1978, is South Carolina’s largest professional theatre company in residence at the Historic Dock Street Theatre. Charleston Stage provides a full season of plays, musicals and theatre-for-youth productions.

Original live theater in the heart of Charleston! Whether it’s our hilarious DOO WOPS AND BEAUTY SHOPS or the thrilling DANGEROUS CORNER, we invite you to relax, unwind and laugh with friends. Fun drinks and savory bites are standing by.

Live comedy theatre in a cozy setting — clean comic whodunit shows, volunteer audience participation, a la carte appetizers, drinks, and desserts. Featuring Inspector NoClue’s Murder Mystery, Sherlock Holmes and the Charleston History Mystery, Heist, Heist Baby, and more!

Bringing their Broadway experience to Charleston, Brad and Jennifer Moranz create spectacular musical variety shows for the whole family presented throughout the year, culminating with the Lowcountry’s longest running holiday show, “the Charleston Christmas Special” – seen by thousands each year. Group sales available!

The Crabpot Players, founded in 1993, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) community theatre company that brings theatre to the East Cooper area and provides educational opportunities for actors of all ages to expand their skills.

Charleston’s home for improv comedy! No scripts! All improv! SC’s only professional improv theatre is guaranteed to make you laugh. Each high energy show is based on audience suggestion, making every show different from the last. Where the locals go! Non-smoking, in-house bar.

At Threshold Repertory Theatre, we hope to enrich the lives of our fellow citizens by offering challenging and entertaining productions featuring the collaborative work of the artists who have chosen to make Charleston their home.

Theatre Charleston, a non-profit organization comprised of the area’s leading local theatres, is your one-stop-shop to explore what’s playing and purchase tickets to your favorite shows. Visit us at www.theatrecharleston.com and see a show tonight!

Woolfe Street Playhouse is an excellent example of adaptive reuse of a historic warehouse. Built in 1914 as part of Consumer Ice Co., the building has been transformed into a facility for performance art and special events.