Thank you for supporting the South Carolina Shakespeare Company!
Our 2014-2015 season ended with standing room only at THE TAMING OF THE SHREW. Consider making a donation to SCSC and help us continue presenting Shakespeare in the Park!
Summer Camps and Programs are now posted online. This month’s class is a One Day Shakespeare Workshop on May 30, from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Register here.
The South Carolina Shakespeare Company is widely regarded as one of the premier companies to stage the works of William Shakespeare. View upcoming performances as well as those previously presented.
The Company is pleased to present a wide range of Shakespearean plays from comedies to tragedies to histories. In addition, some of Jane Austen’s finest has been staged along with classics such as Man of La Mancha and The Rover. We strive to present our plays in fresh and new ways.
We have a class to fit your needs! We offer private lessons, scene study, audition preparation, adult and youth classes. All our classes are taught by classically trained actors, directors and playwrights.
The South Carolina Shakespeare Company proudly boasts some of the area’s finest actors and actresses whose stage presence and talent help put us in a class all our own. Read the reviews, meet the Company, and indulge in the latest Shakespearean news.
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MISSION STATEMENT of the South Carolina Shakespeare Company
The mission of the South Carolina Shakespeare Company is to produce professional quality theatrical productions for our city and state, with an emphasis on the plays of William Shakespeare. As part of this endeavor to enhance South Carolina’s cultural fabric, we are committed to presenting two free productions a year to the public in our city parks. We seek through these performances to unify our diverse population, to foster a culture that is increasingly excited and knowledgeable by live theatre, to provide educational programs in our schools and community that empower and illuminate active interest in language, art, and history, and to cultivate an audience that reflects the rich diversity of our state.