Spoleto Festival USA
11 am Music: Chamber Music V. $35, Dock Street Theatre
1 pm Music: Chamber Music V. $35, Dock Street Theatre
3:30 pm Theatre: The Constant Wife. $35-$65, Dock Street Theatre
5 pm Music: Music in Time II: Well-Tampered Accordion. $20, Simons Center Recital Hall
8 pm Opera: Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny. $25-$130, Sottile Theatre
8 pm Theatre: medEia. $30, Emmett Robinson Theatre
8 pm Jazz: Renato Braz. $15-$75, Gaillard Auditorium
8:30 pm Theatre: The Constant Wife. $35-$65, Dock Street Theatre
9:30 pm Event: Spoleto Soirée. $75 (includes ticket to Renato Braz), Gaillard Exhibition Hall

Piccolo Spoleto
9 am Event: The Allegro Tour. $20; free under 12, Departs from St. Philip’s Church
9 am Dance: Piccolo Spoleto Dance Festival. $10, Footlight Players Theatre
10 am Event: Charleston Farmers Market. Free, Marion Square
10 am Event: Outdoor Crafts Fair. $3; free for seniors, children, and students, Wragg Square
10 am Music: Dr. Leon W. Couch III. Free, St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
11 am Visual Arts Demo: Katherine DuTremble, plein air oil. Free, Marion Square
11 am Event: The Allegro Tour. $20; free under 12, Departs from St. Philip’s Church
11 am Event: Petite Performance Pavilion. Free, Marion Square
12 pm Visual Arts Demo: Lora Franks, Hot Glass. $3; free for seniors, students, and children, Wragg Square
12 pm Music: Brahms Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2. $7, Simons Center Recital Hall
12 pm Dance: Brown Bag and Ballet. $20, Charleston Ballet Theatre
12 pm Music: Piccolo Spoleto Conservatory Orchestra. Free, Marion Square (PPP stage)
1 pm Film: Finding Neverland. Free, Charleston County Public Library
1:30 pm Event: The Andante Tour. $20; free under 12, Departs from Marion Square
2 pm Circus: The Sprockets. Free, Marion Square
2 pm Visual Arts Demo: Betsy Carter, clay. $3; free for seniors, children, and students, Wragg Square
2 pm Lecture: Tibetan Teachings — Ethics of Restraining from 10 Non-Virtuous Actions. Suggested donation: $8; $5 students & CTS members, Charleston Tibetan Society

2:30 pm Visual Arts Demo: Alice Stewart Grimsley, watercolor. Free, Marion Square
3 pm Music: “Con Voce Festival” — Suzanne Fleming-Atwood and Greg Schoonover. $12, First (Scots) Presbyterian Church
3 pm Theatre: Dogs: The Musical. $25 adults/ $22 seniors & students, Footlight Players Theatre

3:30 pm Event: The Andante Tour. $20; free under 12, Departs from Marion Square
4 pm Visual Arts Demo: Julia Dressler, Photography: non-traditional on canvas w/ acrylics. $3; free for seniors, children, and students, Wragg Square
5 pm Theatre: Mary Kay Has a Posse. $15, Theatre 99
6 pm Theatre: Quintango: Paris and Latin Lovers. $25, Footlight Players Theatre
6 pm Music: St. Petersburg String Quartet. $12, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church
6:30 pm Literary Arts: Cathy Smith-Bowers. Free, Dock Street Theatre Courtyard
7 pm Event: The Gullah Charms Tour. $20; free under 12, Departs from Marion Square
7 pm Music: Opera is for Everyone Outreach Concert — Amahl and the Night Visitors. Free, Stratford High School
7 pm Dance: Dancin’ on Broadway. $20, Charleston Ballet Theatre
7 pm Theatre: The Have Nots! Comedy Improv Jam. $15, Theatre 99
7 pm Theatre: Late Night Players. $15, Buxton’s East Bay Theatre
7 pm Theatre: Denmark Vesey: Insurrection. $25 adults/$20 seniors/$15 students, American Theater
7 pm Music: Chris Hyatt Presents Neo Soul Conversations. $10, Tonik Club
7 pm Music: Absolutely Andrew: A Tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber. $25, Charleston Music Hall
7:30 pm Theatre: Closer. $15 adults/$12 seniors & students, Theatre 220

8 pm Theatre: Keeping Watch. $20 adults/$15 seniors & students, Chapel Theatre

8 pm Theatre: Urinetown. $24 adults/$22 seniors & students, The Village Playhouse

8:30 pm Theatre: The Dangerous Strangers of Cabaret Kiki present The Rogue’s Gallery. $15, Buxton’s East Bay Theatre
9 pm Music: Chris Hyatt Presents Neo Soul Conversations. $10, Tonik Club
9 pm Music: Transtrand Spelmanslag. $15 adults/$10 seniors & students, Footlight Players Theatre

9:30 pm Theatre: Scheer and McBrayer. $15, Theatre 99


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