Actors' Theatre of South Carolina

Actors' Theatre of South Carolina is a professional theater company providing excellence in theater and film. ATSC is known for its extraordinary theater productions of classics and new plays by South Carolinians. Their film division, Moving Images Group, produced a feature film, "All For Liberty", about an amazing hero of the American Revolution which has won nine international film awards and named one of Top Ten Rev War Movies by the Journal of the American Revolution - visit www.allforliberty.com - www.gobmg.com - also our theater and All For Liberty on Facebook!

Tickets: 

Ticket info varies. See calendar listing for phone number and website to buy tickets.

Address: 

PO Box 930
Folly Beach, SC 29439

 

Phone: 

(843) 588-9636
 
 

Upcoming Shows for Actors' Theatre of South Carolina

Start Date: Feb 17 2019 - 4:00pm

“…a theatrical triumph…so real…so raw and so poignant…one of the best performances of the Spoleto season 2017…” Mark Leon, Charleston Daily -- “…commanding…a true American hero…uplifting….” Chase Ferren, Post & Courier -- “Congratulations! …so very powerful… Kyle is simply magnificent." Mick Leavitt, Broadway producer --- Back by popular demand, Actors’ Theatre of South Carolina presents "Frederick Douglass…No Turning Back" for Black History month.

Start Date: Feb 17 2019 - 4:00pm

“…a theatrical triumph…so real…raw and so poignant…one of the best performances of the Spoleto season 2017…” Mark Leon, Charleston Daily --- “…commanding…a true American hero…uplifting…an enthralled audience.” Chase Ferren, Post & Courier ---- “...so very powerful… Kyle Taylor is simply magnificent. Period.

Start Date: Mar 21 2019 - 7:30pm

In the Badlands of North Dakota in 1745, King Lear has decided to kick back and enjoy life by delegating all his territories in Rupert's Land (Hudson's Bay Company) to his daughters. Plans begin to unravel when his third daughter, Cordelia, won't comply with his mercurial prank to test how much his daughters love him. -- Leading a stellar cast of local professionals, David Loar and director/adaptor, Clarence Felder, take the audience on a wild ride of rage, revenge, wit, love, forgiveness and tragic misunderstandings.