Let Charleston’s Local Theater Groups Entertain You This February!

Posted by Lee and Katherine Keadle on Friday, February 1st, 2013 at 2:46pm.

sottile theatre in downtown charleston sc

I hope your February is off to a good start! With Valentine’s Day in mind, we’ve included some ideas for significant others, family, and friends. Giving tickets to see a theatrical production is just the way to tell someone you want to spend a quality evening together. Charleston’s selection of plays is endless, but here are a few to consider:

  • Our Town: Feb. 1–2, 7–9, and 14–16 at 8 PM. There are also matinees starting at 3 PM on Feb. 10 and 17. Price: $25/adults, $22/seniors, $15/students. This Pulitzer Prize winning drama spans the history of a small New Hamphire town. Set in a 1930’s theater, Wilder uses the actions of the stage manager to create the town of Grover’s Corner for the audience. Using minimal props, this three-act production is performed at Footlight Players Theatre, located at 20 Queen Street in Downtown Charleston. footlightplayers.net
  • Snow White: Sat., Feb. 9, at 2 and 5 PM. Also at 2 PM on Sunday, Feb. 10. Price: $24/adults, $12/children. The Charleston Ballet presents a family-friendly, one-hour narrated performance of the classic story (this is geared toward children age 3-10). Sottile Theatre, pictured above, is located at 44 George Street in Downtown Charleston. www.charlestonballet.com
  • Forever Plaid: Feb. 9 at 8 PM. Matinees are performed at 2 PM on Feb. 2, 3, 9, and 10. Price: $25. This musical follows four young singers who get a last chance to perform the show that never was. If you enjoy classic hits from the 1950’s, The Plaids may be just the right characters for you. The James F. Dean Community Theatre is located at 133 S. Main Street in Summerville. www.flowertownplayers.org

If Charleston South Carolina is your true love, and you want to own a home here, feel free to give me a call to talk in more detail about how you can make this dream a reality.

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