The success of a tiny subterranean theater in Buckhannon has inspired another in Charleston.
Coat of Arms brings Hollywood-quality video production to Helvetia.
The historic Apollo Civic Theatre in Martinsburg makes a whole spooky month of it.
The Contemporary American Theater Festival presents some of America’s newest plays in one of West Virginia’s oldest towns.
Don’t miss M.T. Pockets’ production of Art before the local company takes its show on the road for the Southeastern Theatre Conference competition.
In the heart of downtown Lewisburg, a historic theater fights to stay alive.
A group of Huntington filmmakers find success in their newest project.
A documentary film project gives hope to people in McDowell County.
American Mountain Theater in Elkins has been bringing Branson-style music and comedy variety shows to the Mountain State for nearly a decade.
Wonderful outings take center stage at a puppet theater in Martinsburg.
Allegro Dance Company teaches Italian culture through dance.
Sutton, West Virginia, native Jessi Blue Gormezano is a New York City-based actor who returns home to the Landmark Studio for the Arts to perform her one-woman show.
Charleston’s theater company, The Kanawha Players, celebrates 90 years in the spotlight.
Presented by Marshall University, this one-woman play is an emotional journey about war, family, and loss.
The Marshall Artists Series celebrates 75 years.
After a decades-long restoration process, The Metropolitan Theatre in downtown Morgantown is once again a destination on High Street.
Take the whole family to this play to properly reign in the holiday season.
Break up the humdrum of the week with some culture.
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy hosts a film screening of National Geographic's "America's Wild Spaces: Appalachian Trail" in Shepherdstown.
Renowned filmmaker and Beckley native Morgan Spurlock comes to Huntington as part of the 75-year-old Marshall Artists Series.