It's pretty rare for a singer/actor to get to play her lifelong artistic idol once, much less parlay that gig into a whole new show, but that's exactly what Maggy Norden, who's been said to "channel" Patsy Cline, has done.
Cool weather makes me crave some of my most favorite comfort foods. At the top of the list are pasta and dark chocolate. Imagine a chilly March evening in front of a roaring fire with a glass of Cabernet and a plate loaded with creamy Salmon Romanoff.
Breathe in. Breathe out. Now more slowly. Now really slowly; your incoming breath stretching out to a 6-hour inhale, followed by a 6-hour exhalation. This twice a day breath is the rising and falling of the tides into and out of our salt marsh, creating one of the most productive and beautiful landscapes in the world.
Jonas Kaufmann, the most versatile and exciting tenor in opera today, stars in the title role of French composer Jules Massenet's "Werther," presented by The Met:Live in HD at USCB Center for the Arts on Saturday, March 15 at 12:55 p.m.
The USCB Center for the Arts is currently exhibiting the Lowcountry Photography of Chris Kirk in its Main Gallery. A retired CPA who for the past decade has resided on St. Helena Island, Chris uses the other side of his brain to indulge his passionate hobby of photographing his Lowcountry home.
Shakespeare Rep's Debra Charlton talks about the Scottish curse, those crazy Oxfordians, the Bard on film, and her upcoming production of Macbeth at USCB.
By Margaret Evans, Editor
Debra Charlton knows her Shakespeare. The founding artistic director of Beaufort's newest theatre company, Shakespeare Rep, she holds a doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin, where she pursued specialties in Shakespearean performance, production and pedagogy. She completed additional graduate work at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Oxford, England.
My husband and I were watching a news report from Ukraine the other night, and I said to him, "Having lived here in my American bubble all my life, this stuff seems almost unreal to me. It's like I'm watching a movie."
The daffodils are some of the first heralds of spring in my pass along garden. They are the alarm clock that let me know that the garden soil temperature is warming. The red maples and Carolina jessamine are also coloring the skyline and treetops.