Stelle di Domani

Stelle di Domani series showcases the students, faculty, and alumni of College of Charleston's award-winning Department of Theatre and Dance during the Piccolo Spoleto Festival.

Stelle di Domani 2022


annex-beautifully-weatheredAnnex Dance Company presents Beautifully Weathered

The College of Charleston Department of Theatre and Dance proudly supports the annual residency concert with Annex Dance Company. Beautifully Weathered presents students and professionals sharing the stage in modern dance works that celebrate the resilience of human connection.

Chapel Theatre, 172 Calhoun Street
Thursday 6/9 at 7pm and Friday 6/10 at 6pm. Tickets: $16 general admission, $12 students and seniors (plus ticket surcharge). Buy tickets here.


swing-of-the-seaCenter Stage presents The Swing of the Sea by Molly Hagan

Boots, a girl who wears yellow rain boots even when it isn’t raining, and a boy called Eggs grieve the death of their best friend Peter. A play about growing old without aging that examines the way fantasy and memory converge when we lose someone we love.

Chapel Theatre, 172 Calhoun Street
Friday 5/27 at 6pm, Saturday 5/28 at 3pm, Sunday 5/29 at 6pm, Monday 5/30 at 7pm, Tuesday 5/31 at 3pm. Tickets: $16 general admission, $12 students and seniors (plus ticket surcharge). Buy tickets here.


over-the-rainbowOver the Rainbow: A Coming Out Story
A one-person show written and performed by AP Hart

This one-person show tells the story of AP Hart’s 18-year coming out journey in just 45 minutes! From heartbreak and friendships to finding a way over the rainbow, Hart will accompany these anecdotes with well-known classics, as well as an original piece composed by AP Hart.

Chapel Theatre, 172 Calhoun Street

Saturday 5/28 at 6pm, Sunday 5/29 at 3pm, Monday 5/30 at 5pm, Tuesday 5/31 at 7pm. Tickets: $10 general admission (plus ticket surcharge). Buy tickets here.


Staged Readings from the Todd McNerney Playwriting Contest

Free staged readings of the 2020 Todd McNerney National Playwriting contest winner and runner-up. Join us for our first staged readings in three years! Previous winning plays have come from such notable playwrights as Caridad Svich (lifetime Obie award winner), Sheila Cowley, Arthur M. Jolly, James Still, William Missouri Downs, and Donnetta Lavinia Grays.

Calhoun Annex Room 106 (next to the Chapel Theatre), 172 Calhoun Street

Runner-up’s staged reading: Tuesday 5/31 and Wednesday 6/1 at 4pm
Winner’s staged reading: Thursday 6/2 and Friday 6/3 at 3pm. Free admission.


More information on the Piccolo Spoleto Festival can be found here.


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