February Events

WEEK 1

February 2 - 3:  Center Stage Fringe Series presents  Through the Night.  A story of six interconnected black males ages 10 Ė 60: a child scientist, a young man from the projects on his way to college, an ex-convict, a corporate executive, a health food store owner, and the Bishop of a mega church Ė and the people who love them as they make it Through the Night.  They all experience an unexpected phenomenon on the same evening that changes their lives forever and challenges them to tackle issues of education, addiction, finance, and mental & physical health.   Shows at 7 pm.

 

February 3-7:  Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents LEGENDS  at The Bon Secours Wellness Arena.   Prepare to witness circus feats you thought were so amazing that they would be impossible, and spectacles of strength so grand you once thought them to be unbelievable. Ringling Bros. has combed the globe to find the most skilled circus masters for LEGENDS, be it the most majestic animals youíve ever seen, the most exotic performers from faraway lands, or the most fearless daredevils that take danger to unheard of levels, this show has no equal anywhere. LEGENDS is going to take you on an adventure that will dazzle your senses, and redefine your sense of possibility!  Showtimes vary by date.

  

February 4 - 6: Enjoy an evening of Rock & Roll!  Centre Stage's annual music show (often copied, never equaled) will have you jiving to rhythm and blues classics and great Motown hits. Heart & Soul captures those great songs that brought us all together, mixed with a dose of Rock 'n Roll. Starring the great vocals of our phenomenal local artists perfected by Josh Morton, the rockin' band conducted by Joe Wehunt, and the smooth moves and show direction by Kimberlee Ferreira.  Shows at 8 pm.

 

February 6-7:   Get ready for the best Road Trip in American history! Join Greenville Chautauqua as Captain Meriwether Lewis goes on the Greatest Adventure of his life - up the Missouri, across the Rockies, to the end of Land. Itís a journey into the unknown - more unknown than the moon was to the astronauts at a time when nothing moved faster than a horse. Itís a compelling portrayal that reveals Lewis not only as a brilliant commander, dedicated scientist, consummate frontiersman and savvy businessman, but also as a troubled soul. You'll laugh - you'll be challenged - you'll have lots of questions. And Meriwether Lewis will answer them.  Free shows at 2 pm


February 3 - 6:  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.  Reservations are suggested.

 

February 2 - 7:   The Peace Center Broadway Series presents Matilda The Musical    TIME Magazineís #1 Show of the Year! Winner of 50 international awards, including four Tony Awardsģ, Matilda The Musical is the story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, dares to take a stand and change her own destiny.  Based on the beloved novel by Roald Dahl, Matilda continues to thrill sold-out audiences of all ages on Broadway and in Londonís West End.

 

January 29 - February 20:   When a professor returns to his countryside home with his new, younger wife and wants to sell the old home place, the lives of his relatives are immediately turned upside down. Everyone begins to assess their lives, their failures, and aspirations. Praised as one of the most important dramatic works in theatrical literature, this classic tragicomedy delivers on all emotional fronts. The Warehouse Theatre presents Uncle Vanya.  Show times vary by night.

     

WEEK 2

  

February 9 - 10:   Center Stage Fringe Series presents  Through the Night.  A story of six interconnected black males ages 10 Ė 60: a child scientist, a young man from the projects on his way to college, an ex-convict, a corporate executive, a health food store owner, and the Bishop of a mega church Ė and the people who love them as they make it Through the Night.  They all experience an unexpected phenomenon on the same evening that changes their lives forever and challenges them to tackle issues of education, addiction, finance, and mental & physical health.   Shows at 7 pm

 

 February 11-13:   Enjoy an evening of Rock & Roll!  Centre Stage's annual music show (often copied, never equaled) will have you jiving to rhythm and blues classics and great Motown hits. Heart & Soulcaptures those great songs that brought us all together, mixed with a dose of Rock 'n Roll. Starring the great vocals of our phenomenal local artists perfected by Josh Morton, the rockin' band conducted by Joe Wehunt, and the smooth moves and show direction by Kimberlee Ferreira.  Shows at 8 pm.

 

 January 29 - February 20:  When a professor returns to his countryside home with his new, younger wife and wants to sell the old home place, the lives of his relatives are immediately turned upside down. Everyone begins to assess their lives, their failures, and aspirations. Praised as one of the most important dramatic works in theatrical literature, this classic tragicomedy delivers on all emotional fronts. The Warehouse Theatre presents Uncle Vanya.  Show times vary by night. 

 

February 12:   Christian Music's largest annual tour, Winter Jam, is back again at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.  Featuring artists For King and Country, Matthew West, Crowder, Lauren Daigle, Red, Newsong, and many more.  Winter Jam tickets tickets cannot be purchased in advance and are $10 at the door. All seating is General Admission.    Doors open at 6pm and the show starts at 6:45pm. 

 

 

February 10 - 13:  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.  Reservations are suggested.   

 

February 13 - 14:   Emile Pandolfi in Concert.   Join The Greenville Little Theatre as they present nationally renowned pianist, Emile Pandolfi, for the 10th year in a row!  A time of romance, music, and laughter are in store. Soprano Dana Russell will join Emile for a wonderful Valentine's Celebration.Shows are at 8 pm on the 13th, and at 3 pm on the 14th.

 

February 13:  The Clemson Men's Basketball team plays the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in downtown Greenville.  All the team's home games will be played there while the Littlejohn Colliseum undergoes a renovation.  The game starts at 2 pm.  We are a 1 block, 5 minute walk from the arena.

 

February 13:  Check out The Greenville Swamp Rabbits in action, our minor league hockey affiliate of the New York Rangers, playing just a block away at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.  The puck drops at 7 pm against the Norfolk Admirals.

 

February 14:   Comedian Martin Lawrence performs his show "Doin Time" at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.  Show at 8 pm

  

WEEK 3

January 21 - February 20:  When a professor returns to his countryside home with his new, younger wife and wants to sell the old home place, the lives of his relatives are immediately turned upside down. Everyone begins to assess their lives, their failures, and aspirations. Praised as one of the most important dramatic works in theatrical literature, this classic tragicomedy delivers on all emotional fronts. The Warehouse Theatre presents Uncle Vanya.  Show times vary by night.

 

February 16:  Performing for one night on the Main Stage at Greenville's Peace Center, is Yanni.  Yanniís musical style blends world music, jazz, classical and adult contemporary to create a sound unlike any other.  Show starts at 7:30 pm.

 

February 17 - 20:  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.  Reservations are suggested.

 

February 17:  Hear that? No, wait. Better question: Feel that? Itís the powerful reverberations of the Taiko, a drum thatís deep-seeded in Japanese culture and tradition. And this unique instrumentís iconic sound is the driving force behind the very entertaining and insanely talented Yamato.  Performing in downtown Greenville on the Peace Center's Main Stage.

 

February 17:     The Clemson Men's Basketball team plays the Boston College Eagles at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in downtown Greenville.  All the team's home games will be played there while the Littlejohn Colliseum undergoes a renovation.  The game starts at 7 pm.  We are a 1 block, 5 minute walk from the arena.

 

February 19 - 20And Then There Were None   Based on Agatha Christieís best-selling mystery, this story is sure to leave the audience thrilled.  Ten guests arrive on remote Soldier Island to find their host and hostess missing. A mysterious recording accuses each of them of murder, dooming them to demise in the method described by a nursery rhyme.  The ten figurines on the mantel fall one by one as the guilty succumb to justice. With nine gone and one left, will the nursery rhyme find completion? Left in the hands of an avenger, will there be any survivors? Shows at 8 pm at The Greenville Little Theatre.

 

February 20:  As part of their Masterworks Series, the Greenville Symphony Orchestra presents        Meet The Heros,  featuring Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto performed by Benjamin BeilmanMain Stage at The Peace Center, show at 8 pm.

 

 

WEEK 4  

 

 

February 21:   As part of their Masterworks Series, the Greenville Symphony Orchestra presents        Meet The Heros,  featuring Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto performed by Benjamin BeilmanMain Stage at The Peace Center, show at 3 pm.

 

 

 

February 21:    And Then There Were None   Based on Agatha Christieís best-selling mystery, this story is sure to leave the audience thrilled.  Ten guests arrive on remote Soldier Island to find their host and hostess missing. A mysterious recording accuses each of them of murder, dooming them to demise in the method described by a nursery rhyme.  The ten figurines on the mantel fall one by one as the guilty succumb to justice. With nine gone and one left, will the nursery rhyme find completion? Left in the hands of an avenger, will there be any survivors? Show at 3 pm at The Greenville Little Theatre.

 

February 23:   Sometimes, a group of musicians comes together and it just makes sense. This is definitely the case for Patty Griffin, Sara Watkins and AnaÔs Mitchell, three musicians who are successful in their own right, but together, are able to give audiences so much more.  On stage, these three talents play together in the round, accompanying each other through a night of unforgettable music, crafted by three artists who clearly love (and are very, very good at) what they do. Performing at the Peace Center, show at 7:30 pm.

 

February 24 - 27:  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. Reservations are suggested. 

 

February 25: Vocalosity brings some of the best voices in the country together for a Pitch Perfect-style night of aca-awesome a cappella. This show contains expert arrangements of beloved songs that will definitely delight aca-audiences everywhere.   Show starts at 7:30 pm at The Peace Center.

 

 February 25 - 28:  And Then There Were None   Based on Agatha Christieís best-selling mystery, this story is sure to leave the audience thrilled.  Ten guests arrive on remote Soldier Island to find their host and hostess missing. A mysterious recording accuses each of them of murder, dooming them to demise in the method described by a nursery rhyme.  The ten figurines on the mantel fall one by one as the guilty succumb to justice. With nine gone and one left, will the nursery rhyme find completion? Left in the hands of an avenger, will there be any survivors? Show at 8 pm, Thursday - Saturday, and at 3 pm Sunday at The Greenville Little Theatre.

 

February 26 - 28:   Leave the winter cold behind for an evening as you bask in the warmth of Mediterranean dreams! The Greenville Symphony's Chamber Orchestra Series presents, Mediteranian Cuisine.  Enjoy the brilliance of Rossini's Overture, neoclassical simplicity of Poulenc's Sinfonietta, spicy humor of Ibert's "Paris" and the extravaganza of his Flute Concerto, featuring the GSO principal, dazzling virtuoso Caroline Ulrich.   At The Peace Center's Gunter Theatre.  Shows Friday and Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 3 pm. 

 

February 26:  James Gregory:  The Funniest Man In America returns to Greenville's Center Stage for 2 shows at 7 and 9 pm.

 

February 26:  Check out The Greenville Swamp Rabbits in action, our minor league hockey affiliate of the New York Rangers, playing just a block away at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.  The puck drops at 7 pm against the South Carolina Stingrays.

 

February 27:   Check out The Greenville Swamp Rabbits in action, our minor league hockey affiliate of the New York Rangers, playing just a block away at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.  The puck drops at 7 pm against the Norfolk Admirals.

 

February 28:  Amy Grant and Steven  Curtis Chapman performing at 6 pm at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.


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