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Serenade Show, Charleston Music Hall

The Serenade Show at The Charleston Music Hall is a permanent live Broadway show owned by the Family Channel. Billing itself as family entertainment, it features production numbers from various musicals such as Cats, Oklahoma and Charlestons own Porgy and Bess. Additional tunes range in musical style from rock, country music, jazz and pop to bluegrass.

The extravagantly-costumed cast performs almost nightly at The Charleston Music Hall (37 John Street), which boasts a historic, 1849 lobby that served as the first passenger train station in America.

Please call to inquire about perfomance schedules and ticket prices.

Location: 37 John St, Charleston South Carolina 29403

Other Art nearby:
African American Gallery.
American Theater
Bentley Art and Simmons Clay
City Hall Gallery-Charleston
(North Charleston)
Cultural Arts Program, North Charleston
Elizabeth Lyle Gallery

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