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Where Charleston - - Where Now - Ay­o­dele Casel

Vis­i­tors seek­ing theater, opera or dance per­for­mances will find clas­sic pro­duc­tions by an ac­claimed di­rec­tor and works from emerg­ing artists among the fes­ti­val’s many of­fer­ings.


For an in­ti­mate cabaret-style venue, check out a per­for­mance at the Woolfe Street Play­house off of North King Street. Choices in­clude a piece by tap dancer Ay­o­dele Casel or a onewoman mono­logue called “An­gel” about a sniper dur­ing a siege on a town in

North­ern Syria.


Ir­ish di­rec­tor Garry Hynes re­turns to the fes­ti­val to di­rect two per­for­mances. She di­rects the U.S. pre­miere of Vi­valdi’s opera “Far­nace” and her theater com­pany’s pro­duc­tion of “Wait­ing for Godot.” Both are at the Dock Street The­atre.

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