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“YANKEE TAVERN” A Psychological Thriller by Steven Dietz Presented by PURE Theatre Opens on January 22 in Charleston

PURE Theatre is proud to present the South Carolina premiere of the psychological thriller Yankee Tavern by Steven Dietz.  The play is directed by PURE Artistic Director Sharon Graci, and will feature Will Hodges, Randy Neale, Katie Huard, and Mark Poremba.  Opening Friday, January 22, 2010 at Upper Lance Hall on the grounds of Circular Congregational Church, the production will run through Saturday, February 13th.

Inside the walls of a crumbling New York tavern, a young couple find themselves caught up in what might be the biggest conspiracy of all. Steven Dietz’s acclaimed dramatic thriller is a fierce, funny and ultimately mind-bending work of theatrical power that grips you until the final word.   From the playwright of More Fun Than Bowling, Ten November, The Last of the Boys, Honus and Me, and Sherlock Holmes, comes a new play filled with mystery, conspiracy and thrills.  In an instant, outlandish hypothesis become dangerous realities as surprising revelations continue to emerge in this eye-opening look at our government and the theories behind the events that have shaped our country.

7:30 Perfomances
Tickets: Wednesday: $20
Thursday – Sunday $25

Jan 21st : PAY WHAT YOU CAN NIGHT
Jan 22nd: Opening Night
January 23, 27, 28, 29, 30
Jan 31: BRING YOUR OWN BABY Performance 2:00 Matinee
February 3, 4, 5 6, 10, 11, 12
Feb 13: Closing Night

For More Information:
atgwatson@puretheatre.org
http://www.puretheatre.org
843.723.4444

Location:
Upper Lance Hall
on the grounds of the Circular Congregational Church
150 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401

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Create Free Profile on CharlestonCulture.com

The Charleston Arts Coalition launched its very first project, charlestonculture.com, on May 14 at Robert Lange Gallery. The launch sponsored by Shine, British Wine Merchant and DJ Icebread was a smashing hit and the website is filling with new profiles and calendar listings. The Coalition’s goal was to create a much-needed online venue for Charleston’s creative arts community. The website is available for free. It includes profiles (of artists, musicians, authors, chefs, dancers, restaurants, galleries, photographers, video producers, architects and more), calendar listings and postings.

20 Artists, One Show, Robert Lange Studios, April 10, 6-9m

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Yellow vs. Blue, a group show of 20 artists presented by Robert Lange Studios will take place on Friday, April 10 from 6-9pm. For this show, 20 artists created two works of equal size, one that is dominated by yellow and the other by blue. Complete artist list includes Karin Olah of Eva Carter Gallery, Austin Schuez, Joshua Flint, Kevin LePrince of Well’s Gallery, Fred Jamar of Charles II Fine Art, Adam Hall, Kerry Brooks, Megan Aline, Jeff Lange, John Duckworth, Nathan Durfee, Robert Lange, Amy Lind and Jessica Dunegan of Robert Lange Studios, Patrick Pelletier of John Dunnan Galleries, Kenton James, Charles Williams, Michael Porten, John Westmark and Michael Brown. Join Robert Lange Studios at 151 East Bay Street, Downtown Charleston, for an evening filled with amazing art, live music, wine and hors devours.

Charleston Fashionistas Read CHARLIE

CHARLIE is an online magazine that recognizes the forward-thinking people and things that are shaping the future of Charleston; celebrating fashion, society, current issues, travel, food and wine, local people, places, art, design, literature and health & beauty, all bringing fresh and inventive perspective to the Lowcountry. Caroline Nuttall, the publisher of CHARLIE, moved to Charleston three years ago from the Hills of LA and discovered a gem of a city. She has launched CHARLIE to create a community of stylish and creative individuals and to explore what the city’s culture is really about.

Rehava’s Advertising Campaign Sparks Controversy

Although rehava-real estate store is playing by the book, it is not enough. The company’s challenging of the status quo not received well in Charleston. Read more in the Charleston Regional Business Journal:  

Rehava ads spark ethics complaint
By Molly Parker
mparker@scbiznews.com

One local real estate company’s ad campaign — encouraging homebuyers to “break up” with their agents — has stirred up so much controversy that the broker in charge is canceling it.

Steve deGuzman, owner of the Rehava Real Estate Store that opened last summer in North Charleston, says he has done nothing wrong. Still, deGuzman said he will halt the campaign out of “professional courtesy.”

Some billboards have already come down, and deGuzman said the advertisements posted on the stall doors of dozens of public restrooms will disappear soon. He also plans to take down the campaign’s accompanying Web site, www.breakupwithyouragent.com.

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Dori Chitayat, Flamenco Guitar Player, Performs Every Wednesday at Neil Jordan’s Steakhouse in Mt. Pleasant, SC

Dori Chitayat performs every Wednesday night at Neil Jordan’s Steakhouse in Mt. Pleasant, SC and every Saturday night at Med Bistro on James Island, SC. Dori has been a musician and drummer/percussionist for over 25 years. He has performed in rock, jazz and Latin genres as a solo artist as well as being part of bands/ensembles. In the past six years, he has dedicated all his musical focus to develop the techniques and compositions to perform advanced Flamenco compositions.