A busy week deserves a wrap.

The Charleston Ballet Theatre gave the second of two 20-anniversary celebration programs.

The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art opened its annual juried student exhibit Young Contemporaries.

The Little City Musical Theatre Company debuted with Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World.

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra showcased its concertmaster Yuriy Bekker and the first-ever symphonic drug trip.

The Kids in the Hall are coming to North Charleston in May.

Stop-Loss, directed by Boys Don’t Cry director Kimberly Peirce, opened Friday.

The director of the Gibbes Museum of Art suddenly and unexpectedly quit last week.

The Spoleto Festival is one step closer to its sister festival in Italy.