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Diving a little deeper … In the Red and Brown Water at Trustus Theatre: A Preview by Rosalind Graverson

  When Columbia starts trusting the arts programs and supporting them more, the organizations can start taking more risks and exploring. Trustus Theatre has reached a point where they can start sharing unique theatre experiences with their audiences. That’s exactly … Continue reading

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REVIEW: The Velvet Weapon, or The Importance of Being Barney – by Jasper Literary Arts editor Ed Madden

    History repeats itself, according to Karl Marx, first as tragedy then as farce.  I couldn’t help but think of this observation while watching The Velvet Weapon, a self-proclaimed farce purportedly inspired by the Velvet Revolution in former Czechoslovakia.  … Continue reading

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Giving Voice to Terrance Henderson – Guest blog by Larry Hembree, Managing Director of Trustus Theatre

Years ago when I was working for the SC Arts Commission in the performing arts arena, I had a strong understanding of theatre and a basic one of music  but I always struggled with dance, especially my ability to articulate … Continue reading

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