By Lillie Kieken
(Greenville, SC) Set to follow an incredible summer festival from Glow Lyric Theatre, the “After Glow” Cabaret and Gala will be a night of entertainment, featuring performances from the cast of all three of Glow’s Festival Season Shows!
The cast is set to perform numbers from hit musicals and operatic classics alike including songs from Spring Awakening, Fun Home, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and much more. All songs from the cabaret also play into Glow’s season theme of “Show Me”, highlighting female empowerment.
The Gala will carry over the elegance and charm of My Fair Lady, with notes of classic British flare in the food and decor. The night is bound to be “loverly” with a delicious spread of foods provided by The Cooking Shop and Reeves Catering through the evening. Tickets also include access to an open bar.
The Gala will also include an exciting silent auction, made up completely of items donated by local businesses. These include gift cards to local downtown restaurants, such as Trio Brick Oven Cafe and Grill Marks, as well as tickets to local venues, including Greenville Drive, Greenville Chorale, The Warehouse Theatre, and Centre Stage Theatre.
If you would like to support Glow and participate in an evening of cabaret, prizes, and delicious catering, you only need to call the box office at 864-558-4569. Tickets are $50 for one, or $75 for two, with a special discount for season ticket holders.
The Warehouse Theatre
37 Augusta St, Greenville, SC 29601
Sunday, August 4th
7pm – 10pm
Tickets $50 for one, $75 for two tickets.
Season Ticket Holders call 864.558.4569 for a special discount!
About Glow: Glow Lyric Theatre is a fully professional 501c3 non-profit performing arts organization, hiring both nationally renowned and local actors and musicians. Glow offers the only fully professional summer musical and opera company in South Carolina.
About Glow Theatre:
Every year Glow Lyric Theatre presents works of opera, operetta and musical theatre that are in direct response to the political and social climate of South Carolina. GLOW seeks to produce nationally recognized work that is socially relevant, and serve as a unique example of utilizing theatre for social change.