In times like this, the show must go on — at least for Matt Giles.
When the South Carolina Children’s Theatre was forced to cancel its upcoming production of “Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat,” Giles, the theater’s co-artistic director, began brainstorming ways to still put on a show.
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