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 writer for Orange Is the New Black.

Greenville’s “alternative” theatre has called a converted textile warehouse in the West End home since the 90s, and produces plays as a serious art form.

But they don’t just feature shows on the Main Stage – Warehouse is behind the Upstate Shakespeare Festival at Falls Park, This Wooden O Education Program, Applied Theatre Program + Educational Shakespeare Tour.

Youth education and exposure to theatre is key: Warehouse partners with 100+ schools in S.C. and N.C. on workshops, classes and residencies. Its education and outreach programs reach 10,000+ students, youth and adults yearly.

And there are free forums before each play debuts, tying the issues in the show to what’s going on in our community.

Read more of this article from GVLToday and Kendall Henderson HERE.

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