At The Warehouse Theatre we strive to bring the stories of Greenville to our main stage through a diverse range of contemporary plays and reimagined classics. We also believe that the work doesn’t stop at the doors of 37 Augusta St. Through our CONNECTIONS series, we aim to give our patrons opportunities to explore the intersections between the work on our stage and in the life of our community. Each season, through partnerships with local agencies and advocates, we curate a series of forums, talk-backs, service opportunities, artistic projects, and creative events that draw out these connections and give our community of artists and patrons the chance to connect the Main Stage to Main Street.
Back by popular demand! Each year we feature visual art from local artists that reflects the themes of shows on the Main Stage. The curated works adorn the walls of our lobby during the runs of Main Stage productions. The featured artists are selected through a combination of invitations and open submissions. To see what’s currently hanging, check out the current show page. Contact Jay Briggs, Director of Education & Community Engagement for information on submitting your work.
New for 2022-2023! This year, each show in the season will be accompanied by a recommended reading list. We’ve partnered with local experts to curate a list of books from various genres that will help you dive deeper into the themes, social issues, or interpersonal dynamics represented on the Main Stage. Check back for information on the Connections Book Club, an opportunity to connect with other patrons who are reading along in conversations facilitated by subject matter experts.
Returning after a pandemic hiatus! Ever wondered about the nuts and bolts of a Warehouse Theatre production? Interested in what about the play most inspires the artists involved in making the play? Our post-show talk-back series returns to give you the opportunity to talk directly with the cast and creative team about how they bring a play from page to stage. These talk-backs take place immediately after the I Pay What I Can performance, the first Sunday matinee of every production’s run.
Below you’ll find a series of upcoming show-specific, events and projects. Check back throughout the season to find out what’s happening with each production.