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"The King and I" mixes lively dance, lush costumes, modern themes

Greenville News

The Rodgers & Hammerstein musical “The King and I” has been around for more than 65 years. In fact, when “The King and I” made its Broadway debut, it had only been a few years since the country it depicts, Thailand, was officially known as Siam.

 

On-sale dates announced for Peace Center shows

Greenville News

The Peace Center's 2017-2018 Broadway season kicks off Sept. 11, and single-ticket sales for the general public begin Aug. 4.

Finding Neverland's John Davidson: 'We loved Greenville'

Greenville News

Last time John Davidson came to Greenville, he was starring as the Wizard in the Broadway production “Wicked.”

Peace Center adds jazz, soul, ukuleles

Greenville News

The Peace Center's concert calendar is expanding again; the additions include jazz, ukuleles and the legendary Mavis Staples.

Review: 'Lion King' returns with pageantry

Greenville News

It’s been five years since Simba, Nala and the other animals of Pride Rock last sauntered into the Peace Center, but half a decade has dimmed none of the spectacle of the visually arresting Broadway production of “Disney’s The Lion King.”

Gov't Mule explores new territory

Greenville News

Gov’t Mule has been around for more than two decades now, and the band’s latest album, “Revolution Come … Revolution Go,” manages to sound at once both classic and brand new.

'Fun Home,' 'Color Purple' coming to Peace Center

Greenville News

Opera-dwelling phantoms, expert pie bakers, troubled families, French peasants and hard-rocking kids will hit the stage at the Peace Center in the coming year.

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.