Theater

FestivALL Schedule and Best-of-ALL Ticket Package

The 2014 FestivALL Schedule has been announced and tickets for some events are on sale now including the incredible Best-of-ALL Music Package available at the Clay Center Box Office only. It includes one ticket to each of these concerts for $100:

FestivALT (Drive-By Truckers and Carolina Chocolate Drops)

The Mayor's Concert (Aaron Neville)

Blues, Brews & BBQ (Rick Estrin and the Nightcats, The Nighthawks, Samantha Fish)

CARRIAGE TRAIL LEAF WALK

Take a beautiful "walk in the country" in the city on the Sunrise Carriage Trail Leaf Walk with music and theater. Admire the fall foliage and enjoy costumed actors doing family friendly vignettes along the way including members of the Limelight Theatre Company, The Theatre Project from the Children’s Theatre of Charleston and The Alban Arts Academy Acting Troupe. There will also be music by the

EAST END ZOMBIE WALK

Come in your best zombie get up and take over the streets of the East End Historic District. The walk will end in a pub crawl and street party on Elizabeth Street.

This event is free and open to all ages. Participants wishing to join in the street party and pub crawl must be 21 years of age and pay a $20 admission fee. Visit www.HallowEast.com for more details.

 

Late Night Show with the No Pants Players and Ted Brightwell’s Drag Divas

Check out WV's number one Improv Comedy Company, the No Pants Players, in a Late Night Show with Ted Brightwell’s Drag Divas. Do we need to say it's Adults only? You'll laugh your mask off. If you do come in costume you have a chance to win something or other as well as being made fun of by the No Pants folks and entertained by Viki Williams (aka Brightwell), Bridget Nickles, Priscilla Divine, and Katrina Foxx.

HALLOWEAST MAIN STREET MURDER MYSTERY

HallowEast Main Street Murder Mystery Cocktail Party: Dinner at the End of the World featuring the No Pants Players. Everyone loves a good Halloween party…unless it’s filled with…MURDER! In this PG-13 show, the No Pants Players will get you through the terror with plenty of laughs in tow! Tickets $40 in advance, $45 at door (includes beer, wine, dinner, and the show). Visit www.HallowEast.com.  

Sponsored by Cipriani & Werner PC.  

Meet and Greet with Nick Jr.’s Mike the Knight

Come meet this chivalrous knight-in-training as he takes a break from guarding his glorious kingdom, Glendragon. Grab your sword and shield and come prepared to, “Be a knight, and do it right.” The event features a staged show & meet-and-greet.

Presented by the Charleston Town Center Mall

CHARLESTON LIGHT OPERA GUILD PRESENTS "The Civil War" FREE West Virginia Day Performance

The two act musical explores one of the most dramatic and important times in our history with a somewhat contemporary song cycle of pop, rock, operetta and country sounds honoring the people and their times. It tells of the experiences of the soldiers and leaders from both the Union and Confederate armies, examines the lives of the lovers and families they left behind, as well as the hopes of the slaves whose freedom was at stake.

Dance in Davis Park, “the Princess and Her Ponies” with Carli Mareneck and Friends

Carli Mareneck of Trillium Performing Arts Collective in Lewisburg, WV has written, narrated and choreographed this larger than life dance parable inspired by the artwork of Franz Marc and Wassily Kandinsky. Children of all ages will enjoy this delightful tale of a princess coming of age and discovering her conscience with her ponies. The piece includes masks by Jude Binder, painted ponies created by Zarina Mareneck and costumes by Mareneck and Eileen Kramer.

“Location, Location, Location” The Gallery Play

This being their eighth year, the Charleston Stage Company’s free site-specific, ten-minute plays have been performed almost since the inception of FestivALL. These two 2012 “Location! Location! Location!” plays by writing competition winners are performed in Good News Mountaineer Garage Gallery. They're in conjunction with the Mountain Stage art show and the first line must be "Can you feel it?" Stop by and see how regional playwrights have filled ten minutes with comedy and drama.

Performances beginning at 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm.

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