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The Rocky Horror Show Pushes Traditional Boundaries

This article was originally published by Greenville Journal on August 28, 2018. The Warehouse Theatre pays a humorous tribute to science fiction and bad horror films from the mid-20th century through the 197...

Pride and Prejudice or Rocky Horror Show?

This article was originally published by GVLToday on March 7th, 2018. The Warehouse Theatre is celebrating 45 years in Greenville with a season roster that spans work by everyone from Tennessee Williams to a...

Prejudice Goes Both Ways in The Cake

This article was originally published by GVLToday on December 4th, 2017. Bekah Brunstetter is probably better known as a writer for This Is Us (yep, the show that makes everyone cry), but she’s also spent th...

REVIEW: CLYBOURNE PARK by Fete Magazine

Deconstruct Bruce Norris’s Clybourne Park all you want. Critics with brows higher than mine have drilled plenty into the script: “The first act conveys provocative fill-in-the-blank, and the not-as-good second ...

Growth + Gentrification Takes Main Stage

This article was originally printed on September 22nd, 2017 by GVLToday. Wednesday night, the GVLtoday team attended the Warehouse Theatre’s Clybourne Park Forum: The Ups and Downs of the Development Vision of...