The adaptation is classic Savannah Stage Company: stripped down to the bare essentials and ready to tour.
From national acts like Doug Stanhope to local showcases, it’s a funny time in The Hostess City
HERE in Savannah, funny business is booming. With numerous comedy open mics and showcases, touring comedians cracking up audiences at local bars, and inventive theme shows, what began as an underground rarity has grown into a movement all its own.
Prospective performers prepare to audition for RuPaul's "Drag Race"
Lebanese-American author’s art goes up at the Jepson
The exhibition focuses on women, the influence they had on Gibran’s life, and the oneness of all people
Free event at Armstrong State University highlights culture, performance, cuisine
'We’re trying to bring the world to our students, our faculty, our staff, and to the whole community'
The New York native’s large-scale encaustic paintings capture the horizon lines of the region’s most beautiful waterways, from Ossabaw Island to Beaufort and everywhere in between.
While Art Rise Savannah formerly sponsored a Starland-area Art March for several years, this event is actually, well, a March.
Groundbreaking gender-bending musical comedy features professional performers with Savannah Repertory Theatre
The camp, the irreverence, the gender-bending characters, the schlocky horror film aesthetic--Vampire Lesbians puts it all on steroids.
Augusta artist brings deeply metaphoric art to the Butcher
The varying depth of Jacobs’ work is what keeps the collection fresh and intriguing
The bestselling author has always approached the stories of the Old Testament with a combination of journalistic fortitude and faithful curiosity.
The water alone is a show of its own.
A MILLION-DOLLAR stage, 35,000 gallons of water, acrobatics, and blood pumping stunts are four components amongst many that brought and kept the crowd during this week’s visit from Cirque Italia.
Celebrate Flannery O'Connor's birthday with fanfare, local authors, costumes and cake
IF THERE'S anywhere more appropriate to break out your grandmother’s lace gloves on a spring Sunday than Lafayette Square, I’ll eat the matching hat.
Photography show at Gallery Espresso pushes back against cigar-and-cars stereotype
THERE’S something tantalizing about looking in on an unknown world.