February Events

WEEK 1

January 31 - February 2:  Whether you are 2 or 92, South Carolina Children's Theatre has something for you and Click Clack Moo: Cows That Type is no exception! Celebrating their 2013-2014 season, they combine local talent and the magic of the stage to provide the finest family entertainment and live theatre experience to the Upstate.

 

 

February 5 - 8:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm.

 

February 5: Country and bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs and renowned pianist and songwriter Bruce Hornsby are back out on the road to collaborate with Skaggs' razor-sharp band Kentucky Thunder on brand new tunes and traditional bluegrass classics. Performance at the Peace Center at 7:30 pm.

 

February 6 - 9:  The Golden Age of Rock 'N Roll - Centre Stage does it again with a tremendous original concert of favorite tunes through the ages.  We capture the tunes you’ve carried with you since childhood with yet another Rock ‘n Roll Gold presentation that brings the house down every night. We’re gonna bring you the first 3 decades of rock ‘n roll as we go back to the roots of the most popular music ever created!

 

February 7: Winter Jam 2014 Tour Spectacular arrives at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena for a 7 pm performance. $10 donation at the door.

 

February 7:  The first Friday of each month 29 art galleries and venues will be offering local, regional and national talents with First Fridays. A wide range of media will be represented: oils, watercolors, acrylics, pottery, jewelry, glassworks, woodworks, photography, and mixed media. Step out and support our thriving arts community. 

 

February 7 - 9:  Whether you are 2 or 92, South Carolina Children's Theatre has something for you and Click Clack Moo: Cows That Type is no exception! Celebrating their 2013-2014 season, they combine local talent and the magic of the stage to provide the finest family entertainment and live theatre experience to the Upstate. 

 

February 7 - 9: When the patriarch of the Weston clan disappears, the family comes together to confront buried tensions, explosive secrets, and the unspoken truths that bind them together. At the center of this extended family is Violet, the volatile, pill-popping matriarch and one of the most unforgettable characters in modern theatre. August: Osage County is presented at The Warehouse Theatre this month. (Intended for mature audiences.)

 

February 9:  Minor league hockey rules the ice at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena with the Greenville Road Warriors!  

 

February 9: It's said that two heads are better than one. Whitney Walters and Jean Calvert are hoping that is the case with their new collaboration Viva Les Divas. Both have successfully fronted their own bands in Upstate South Carolina for years and now have a joining of minds and are raising their voices loud and clear, delivering the jazz and blues standards known as the American Songbook, interspersed with some history and personal commentary at The Warehouse Theatre.

 

February 9: The magnificent 52 strong Soweto Gospel Choir leaves all who hear it stunned with emotion. Showcasing the best vocal talent from South Africa, expect earthly rhythms, rich harmonies, acapella numbers, energetic dancing, vibrant costumes as they perform both traditional and contemporary music at the Peace Center.

 

     

WEEK 2

February 11:  At 76, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Buddy Guy is an influence on titans like Hendrix, Clapton. . . and Jonny Lang. The two will serve up some sizzling electric blues as they perform together at the Peace Center.

 

February 12 - 15:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm.  

 

February 13 - 15:  The Golden Age of Rock 'N Roll - Centre Stage does it again with a tremendous original concert of favorite tunes through the ages.  We capture the tunes you’ve carried with you since childhood with yet another Rock ‘n Roll Gold presentation that brings the house down every night. We’re gonna bring you the first 3 decades of rock ‘n roll as we go back to the roots of the most popular music ever created! 

 

February 13 - 16: When the patriarch of the Weston clan disappears, the family comes together to confront buried tensions, explosive secrets, and the unspoken truths that bind them together. At the center of this extended family is Violet, the volatile, pill-popping matriarch and one of the most unforgettable characters in modern theatre. August: Osage County is presented at The Warehouse Theatre this month. (Intended for mature audiences.)

 

February 14 - 15:  Minor league hockey rules the ice at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena with the Greenville Road Warriors!  

 

February 15 - 16: SC Children's Theater presents a unique adaptation of the C.S. Lewis classic The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe (toured by the Lincoln Center) in which all the roles are done by two performers in.  All the familiar characters are there (Tumnus the faun, the White Witch, Mr Beaver, Aslan), but they are portrayed by a grown-up Peter and Lucy who reminisce about their adventures in Narnia and decide to re-enact them for the audience.  A very clever re-telling which truly highlights the versatility of actors playing multiple roles and creating moments from found objects on the set through the idea of the Magic Circle—“When we show things, we’ll be inside the circle and when we tell things, we’ll be outside the circle” which allow actors and narrators to creatively move in and out of all the memorable episodes from the story. Various performance times
 

February 15 - 16: Go back in time and be dazzled by the musical luminosity of three nineteenth century gems performed by the Greenville Symphony Orchestra in Musical Jewels of the 19th Century. Sibelius truly enchants with Finlandia while Dvorak pulls at your heart strings with his splendid Fifth Symphony. Making his Greenville debut is the young, rising star, Benjamin Beilman, who will display his impressive virtuosity in Sibelius' Violin Concerto.  

 

WEEK 3

February 17:  Minor league hockey rules the ice at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena with the Greenville Road Warriors!   

 

February 19 - 22:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm.   

 

February 20 - 23: When the patriarch of the Weston clan disappears, the family comes together to confront buried tensions, explosive secrets, and the unspoken truths that bind them together. At the center of this extended family is Violet, the volatile, pill-popping matriarch and one of the most unforgettable characters in modern theatre. August: Osage County is presented at The Warehouse Theatre this month. (Intended for mature audiences.)  

 

February 20: It's a night to laugh with the family and get to know those who need a little help! Comedy for a Cause, featuring Dave Coulier and Eric Hunter, is presented at the Peace Center for your entertainment and the benefit of Greenville County Disabilities and Special Needs Board. 

 

February 21:  Minor league hockey rules the ice at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena with the Greenville Road Warriors!  

 

February 21 - 23: SC Children's Theater presents a unique adaptation of the C.S. Lewis classic The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe (toured by the Lincoln Center) in which all the roles are done by two performers in.  All the familiar characters are there (Tumnus the faun, the White Witch, Mr Beaver, Aslan), but they are portrayed by a grown-up Peter and Lucy who reminisce about their adventures in Narnia and decide to re-enact them for the audience.  A very clever re-telling which truly highlights the versatility of actors playing multiple roles and creating moments from found objects on the set through the idea of the Magic Circle—“When we show things, we’ll be inside the circle and when we tell things, we’ll be outside the circle” which allow actors and narrators to creatively move in and out of all the memorable episodes from the story. Various performance times.

 

February 21 - 23: Clarissa, the second wife of Henry Hailsham-Brown, is adept at spinning tall tales for their bored diplomatic circle. When a murder takes place in her drawing room she finds live drama much harder to cope with, especially when the victim turns out to be the man who broke up Henry’s first marriage. Closely woven with thrills and comedy, it’s Agatha Christie's Spider Web at The Greenville Little Theatre in this classic whodunit.   

 

February 22: For the last eighteen years, Bill Maher has set the boundaries of where funny, political talk can go on American television.  He performs at the Peace Center at 7:30 pm.

 

February 22: Seven-time Grammy award-winning trio Lady Antebellum has extended their headlining Take Me Downtown Tour with 40 new dates scheduled for 2014 including a stop in Greenville, SC on February 22 at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.

 

February 23:  Minor league hockey rules the ice at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena with the Greenville Road Warriors!  

 

WEEK 4  

February 24:  Minor league hockey rules the ice at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena with the Greenville Road Warriors!   

 

February 25:  Open Cask Party last Tuesday of every month at Thomas Creek Brewery.  Enjoy a newly opened cask, plenty of beer samples from their full line, food trucks, and a band.  5 - 8 pm, $5. 

 

February 27 - March 1: When the patriarch of the Weston clan disappears, the family comes together to confront buried tensions, explosive secrets, and the unspoken truths that bind them together. At the center of this extended family is Violet, the volatile, pill-popping matriarch and one of the most unforgettable characters in modern theatre. August: Osage County is presented at The Warehouse Theatre this month. (Intended for mature audiences.)  

 

February 27 - March 2: Clarissa, the second wife of Henry Hailsham-Brown, is adept at spinning tall tales for their bored diplomatic circle. When a murder takes place in her drawing room she finds live drama much harder to cope with, especially when the victim turns out to be the man who broke up Henry’s first marriage. Closely woven with thrills and comedy, it’s Agatha Christie's Spider Web at The Greenville Little Theatre in this classic whodunit.   

 

February 27 - March 2:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm. 

 

February 28 - March 2: Humor in music and musical jokes will make you laugh out loud in this boisterous chamber orchestra concert, Composers Are Smiling as part of the Greenville Symphony Orchestra's Chamber Orchestra Series. From the rhythmical narration of funny texts in Walton's Facade to the haughty street songs and dances in Shostakovich's Jazz Suite to the Greenville premiere of Bernstein's cross-over composition originally written for the legendary Woody Herman and his Big Band, featuring GSO Principal Clarinetist Anthony Marotta.

 


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