BWW Review: SWEAT Brings Heat to Warehouse

This article was originally published by Broadway World on October 16, 2018. "This place ain't what it used to be." Earlier this year, one of Pickens county's oldest textile mills, Alice Manufacturing's E...

REVIEW: Riveting ALL MY SONS at Warehouse Theatre

It opens with a storm that knocks down a tree at its roots. By evening's end, the same thing has happened to a family. Arthur Miller's classic All My Sons opened this past Friday in a transcendent new produc...

Review: Superb Acting Drives Warehouse’s Twelfth Night

The key to the Warehouse Theatre’s new production of Shakespeare’s ever-popular “Twelfth Night” lies in the opening line: If music be the food of love, play on. Music — both live and recorded — winds through...

Review: Devilish Les Liaisons Seduces Theatre-Goers

Ah, the games lovers play. Christopher Hampton’s “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” which opened this weekend at the Warehouse Theatre, puts on display some exquisitely twisted games played by a couple of very devi...

Review: Vanya and Sonia Brings Chuckles to Warehouse

Vanya just wants to make pleasant conversation. Sonia thinks of herself more as furniture than as a person. Masha wishes she had time to sit still. And Spike…well, Spike. Let’s not talk about Spike jus...