By Amy Overstreet | Thursday, October 23, 10:13 am
In 2005, dance critic Nancy Dalva wrote of Taylor’s style: “We don't have to try to understand Paul Taylor. Paul Taylor understands us.”
By Greg Barnes | Wednesday, October 22, 3:31 pm
In all of this, the orchestra was spectacular, switching effortlessly from sumptuous and sultry to brilliant and brassy.
By David Lowry | Wednesday, October 22, 10:41 am
A review of the Parker Quartet's Oct. 19 performance at the Johnson Performance Hall, located in the Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina.
8 Days a Week
Plus: Skrillex at the Township
By Free Times | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
EPMD, whose early songs “rarely varied from two themes: dissing sucker MCs and recounting sexual exploits,” according to allmusic.com, comes to Columbia as part of the Legends of Hip Hop tour.
By August Krickel | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
I didn’t think it was possible. King Lear has never been among my favorite Shakespearean plays, or characters, but the South Carolina Shakespeare Company’s production, running through this weekend in Finlay Park, has made me reconsider
By Anne Postic | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
When Kathy Griffin met Prince Charles at the invitation of her late friend Joan Rivers, he asked her, “Without comedians and newspapers, who would keep us honest?”
At 84, Taylor Widely Considered America's Greatest Living Choreographer
By Amy Overstreet | Monday, October 20, 2014
The Paul Taylor Dance Company returns to Columbia on Wednesday, Oct. 22, to present three popular masterworks from the Taylor repertoire.
S.C. Authors, S.C. Books
By Charlie Nutt | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Twenty-six essays, photos and journal entries mark Sheryl Maffett’s cancer journey in what the authors call “an interactive memoir.”
Columbia has long been home to a vibrant local arts community, and it’s only getting more active.