Blue Man Group's wildly popular theatrical show combines music, comedy and technology to produce a unique form of entertainment. Oct. 3 at the Clay Center. Part of the Broadway in Charleston series.
Pioneering rock, soul and funk band Earth, Wind & Fire perform Sept. 27 at the Clay Center.
Singer-songwriter Michael Jackson, known for hits "Bluer Than Blue" and "Give Me Wings," bring his smooth baritone voice and intricate guitar playing to the Clay Center Jan. 5.
The West Virginia Symphony Orchestra kicks off its 2012-13 season with pianist Antonio Pompa-Baldi playing Grieg's Piano Concerto Sept. 21 and 22 at the Clay Center.
Soloist Michael Ludwig will be featured Nov. 9 and 10 as the WVSO performs Mendelssohn's Scottish Symphony.
"Cirque Dreams: Holidaze" is a holiday spectacle with acrobatic gingerbread men, toy soldiers and snowmen, spinning penguins, dancing puppets and more. Dec. 9 at the Clay Center. Part of the Broadway in Charleston series.
Fiery rock legend Pat Benatar and guitarist/husband Neil Giraldo bring all of Benatar's '80s gold, including hits like "Love is a Battlefield," "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and "We Belong" to the Clay Center Sept. 23. Part of the Clay Center Presents concert series.
In the WVSO Pops Series concert "Music of the Night," Broadway veteran Christina Saffran performs showstoppers from Broadway hits including "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Cats" April 12 and 13 at the Clay Center.
Kanawha Players scares up a musical take on a cult classic horror film series with "Evil Dead: The Musical," Oct. 5, 6, 12 and 13 at the Kanawha Players Theater.
Pianist Alexandre Moutouzkine performs March 1 and 2 with the WVSO in a concert featuring works by Bruckner and Mozart.
As the United States marks the sesquicentennial of the Civil War, Saxton's Cornet Band presents a two-part program of music from the era. April 14 in the Geary Auditorium, Riggleman Hall, University of Charleston. Part of the Community Music Association series.
Jim Hurst's savvy guitar picking and impeccable vocal range step beyond the musical boundaries of bluegrass and country. Oct. 6 at the Clay Center. Part of the Woody Hawley series.
For the 2012-13 season, the Charleston Ballet will perform "La Bayadere (The Temple Dancer)," "The Nutcracker" (with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra) and "Partners and Pairs." Photo by Joe Mullins.
FOOTMAD welcomes Girsa, eight female Celtic artists playing traditional Irish music, Oct. 6 at the Culture Center Theater.
In October, the Children's Theatre of Charleston will perform "Peter Pan," the story of a mischievous boy who can fly and who never ages, both in schools and at the Civic Center Little Theater.
The West Virginia University Arts Series presents "West Side Story" Jan. 10 at the Creative Arts Center, in Morgantown.
The Charleston Light Opera Guild and the Clay Center present "Hello Dolly" Oct. 26-28 and Nov. 2-4 at the Clay Center.
Community Music presents "The Water Coolers," an award-winning off-Broadway musical comedy that tackles such topics as husbands, wives, kids and technology. Jan. 20 in the Geary Auditorium, Riggleman Hall, University of Charleston.
Smokey Robinson performs Motown favorites Feb. 16 as part of the Marshall Artists Series.
Broadway in Charleston presents "Shrek: The Musical," a Broadway adaptation based on the animated film, featuring new songs, dance numbers and lots of laughs. Dec. 20 at the Clay Center.
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