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A new theatre season is upon us in Greenville

If you’re looking for an activity that can add a little culture to your free time or just enjoy live entertainment, you’re in luck. Several theatres have announced their upcoming seasons + we’ve got the deets.

2 actors stand in front of a set that features a brown wooden house with steps leading up to a green front door, a white lawn chair and barrel stand in the front yard of the set

“Fences” preformed at Center Stage Theatre | Photo by Wallace Krebs

All the world’s a stage but there’s plenty of talent to see right here in Greenville as three theatres just announced shows for their upcoming seasons.

Greenville Theatre

Season 99 at the Greenville Theatre is set to kick-off its new season on Thursday, Sept. 5. Shows featured in the season include:

  • “How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”
  • “Dial M for Murder”
  • “Anastasia”
  • “TBA”
  • “Tuesdays with Morrie”
  • “Sister Act”

Center Stage

Their 2024-2025 Fringe Festival + Main Stage season will feature shows like:

  • “Art”
  • ”... And Getting Caught in the Rain”
  • “Next To Normal”
  • “The Winter Wonderettes”
  • “Peter and the Starcatcher”
  • “CABARET”
  • “Waitress*"
  • “Murder, Plain and Simple”
  • “Million Dollar Quartet”

The Warehouse Theatre

They kick off their 51st season on Friday, Sep. 13.

  • “Ms. Holmes and Ms. Watson, Apt 2B.”
  • “Misery”
  • “The Lamentable Comedy of JANE ANGER, that Cunning Woman, and also of Willy Shakespeare and his Peasant Companion, Francis, Yes and Also of Anne Hathaway (also a Woman) Who Tried Very Hard.”
  • “King James”
  • “Enemy of the People”

Find out more about other theatres in Greenville + what you can expect by checking out our guide.

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