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HAMILTON: Coming to the Peace Center

The national tour of the Broadway musical HAMILTON will play Greenville’s Peace Center in 2018 as part of the 2018-2019 Broadway season, it was announced today by producer Jeffrey Seller and the Peace Center.

The story behind Carole King musical

Greenville News

Songs like “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” and “Up on the Roof” are such landmarks of the 20th-century pop-culture landscape that it’s easy to forget they were written by a teenage girl and her husband.

Renee Fleming explores new genres

Greenville News

Soprano Renee Fleming is one of the most-acclaimed opera singers of the past few decades. She’s won Grammy Awards, the National Medal of the Arts and the Fulbright Lifetime Achievement Medal.

Talking religion, heart and the F-word with the star of ‘Book of Mormon’

Greenville Journal

Riddled with potty humor and F-bombs, “The Book of Mormon” might not seem like the catalyst to serious conversation about religious beliefs. But that’s exactly what the Broadway musical written by the creators of “South Park” is, according to Gabe Gibbs.

'Book of Mormon' provokes thought for actor

Greenville News

For Gabe Gibbs, playing Elder Price in “The Book of Mormon” has been an exciting and thought-provoking experience.

Peace Center, Edwin McCain team up to boost music scene

Greenville News

Two decades ago, when singer Edwin McCain was building his career, he found a warm reception in Charleston.

St. Paul and Broken Bones explore questions

Greenville News

Paul Janeway, front man of rock-and-soul band St. Paul and the Broken Bones, grew up in a home where secular music wasn’t permitted.

‘An American in Paris’ arrives at the Peace Center

Greenville News

Before bringing “An American in Paris” to Broadway, the musical’s producers decided to give the lavish show a trial run in — you guessed it — Paris.

Goo Goo Dolls continue musical evolution

Greenville News

The Goo Goo Dolls had a monster hit in 1998 with the ballad “Iris.” A megahit like that can catapult a band into a new level of stardom, but it can also loom over whatever the band tries to do for the rest of its career.

Amos Lee bringing tour to Greenville

Greenville News

Folk-rock singer-songwriter Amos Lee began his musical career as a University of South Carolina student in the late 1990s.

Now, Lee is returning to the state to perform at the Peace Center.