Talks & Tours
Talks and tours enrich the patron experience by providing a deeper context of and insight into a staged performance.
Broadway Peace Talks
Dr. Kristin Pressley takes a deep dive into the history, inspiration, and people who bring each compelling story to life on the stage.
Open to ticket holders, this FREE community impact program will be held prior to the Wednesday performance starting at 6 pm. Join “Dr. Broadway” to learn more about this hit show coming to the Peace Center.
Unwind and explore the artistic works heading to the Peace Concert Hall! Interludes are FREE music appreciation gatherings led by Peace Center Artist-in-Residence Igor Begelman. Starting at 5:15 pm, each Interlude is a musical happy hour – pairing a musical facet of an upcoming performance with a featured beverage for a multi-sensory sip, listen, and learn experience. Featured drinks are available for purchase.
Learn from the artists! Peace Center Artist-in-Residence Igor Begelman and select guest artists will host pre-show talks that guide audiences through the performance they are about to experience, providing insight before the show begins. These talks offer something for everyone, from the experienced aficionado to the first-time concertgoer.
Arrive 45 minutes before the performance time for these talks, which are FREE for all ticket holders.
Peace Tours grant backstage access to the Peace Center campus, our history, and people behind the magic. Come hear the story of the Upstate’s cultural hub, gaze at the enchanting Aerabella, listen to folklore of the theater industry, and walk in some of Greenville’s oldest buildings. Perfect for small educational groups, tourists, and all lovers of the arts, this tour will give insight into a world behind the curtain.
Tours are $10 per person for groups less than 10. Groups that are 10-30 people are $50 for the entire group.
To book a tour, contact [email protected].
Community Events and Conversations
A forum for robust discussions and expert panels on topics that are at the forefront of how the arts impact education, citizenship, and communities on the local and global scale.