An intimate 150-seat theater staging 15-plus productions a year, from classical to cutting-edge.
The Warehouse Theatre is a cultural cornerstone of Greenville’s Historic West End District and home to at least six productions a year, as well as The Upstate Shakespeare Festival at Falls Park, Resident Theatre Companies, Actors in Education program, Improv and more. The Warehouse Theatre operates as a small professional theatre (SPT – Tier Three) employing Equity and Non-Equity actors.
In our award-winning converted textile warehouse, you can see theatre that you can’t find anywhere else in the Upstate region—from re-envisioned classics to cutting-edge new works. Yet, our role in the community is more than just stage productions. Forums held before each main stage production cover related topics and foster discussion, growth and collaboration within our community. And we don’t limit ourselves to “safe” topics; they are designed to challenge us individually and collectively.
Likewise, we also value the importance of childhood education. Our partnership with 50 schools in the upstate and midlands of South Carolina provide a wide array of workshops, masterclasses and residencies for students ranging from Kindergarten to 12th Grade.
The Warehouse Theatre stands out among the most elite professional theatres in the country, having received multiple accolades. We are:
- One of only two theatres in S.C. to receive funds from The Shubert Foundation
- The only theatre in S.C. to be a Shakespeare in American Communities member
- One of two S.C. theatres with an Actors’ Equity Association Agreement
- A member of the S.C. Theatre Association
Compass of Carolina presents The Erica Berg Collective
FORUM SERIES: How Does Faith Shape Your Gender Role and Identity?
Not Boxed In
Warehouse Theatres ‘The Cake Goes Beyond Right Versus Left and Red Versus Blue
Warehouse Theatres New Production of ‘The Cake Has All:Female Crew
Prejudice Goes Both Ways in The Cake
FORUM SERIES: Hidden Struggles Public Persona vs Private Reality
FORUM SERIES: Technology, Culture, and the Price of Progress
FORUM SERIES: The Loss of Integrity In Our Nation
Masterclass: Movers and Shakers Prepping for Dance Calls
Box Office: 864-235-6948
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