Oct 10-Nov 1
Evil Dead: The MusicalHonestly, how many times does the gang have to split up before we all realize this is a one-way ticket to an axe murder? Fortunately, there’s one musical that has no qualms about poking fun at these vulnerable-teenagers-in-the-woods storylines. The cult classic 1981 film transforms into an all-out rock and roll saga, following five unsuspecting teens as they head to a cabin for a carefree weekend. Loaded with camp and dripping with wit, the musical even features a front-row splatter zone where audience members can experience the gore, up close and personal.
The Warehouse Theatre, 37 Augusta St, Greenville. Thurs–Fri, 8pm; Sat, 12pm. Special shows Oct 28–29; 8pm. $35. (864) 235-6948, warehousetheatre.com
Thru Nov 13
Polly Gaillard: Framing FamilyPolly Gaillard explores the question, “What is family?” by capturing the ordinary, real, humorous, and sometimes painful moments in families’ lives, starting with her own. The exhibit includes photographs that investigate her relationship with her daughter, her parents, and herself to explore “who I am with them and who I am independent of them.”
Pickens County Museum, 301 Johnson Street, Pickens, SC. Tues–Wed & Fri, 9am–5pm; Thurs, 9am–7:30pm; Sat, 9am–4:30pm. Free. (864) 898-5963, pickenscountymuseum.org