Midtown Productions

Since 1989, Midtown Productions has produced a variety of theatre performances in the Charleston area and on tour in the southeast. Founders of Midtown Theatre - formerly the cabaret black box theatre in the heart of downtown Charleston - Midtown Productions is headed up by Artistic Director, Sheri Grace Wenger. In 2007 Midtown Productions opened The Charleston Acting Studio on James Island where they offer theatre classes to children and adults, taught by professional actors, directors and theatre professionals. Past productions include Always…Patsy Cline, Pump Boys and Dinettes, Gypsy, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Little Shop of Horrors, A...My Name is Alice, Reefer Madness The Hit Musical, The Boys Next Door, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Cabaret, and Steel Magnolias -- as well as Sheri Grace Wenger’s original musical productions; Rock ‘n’ Roll Heaven, Women With Attitude, Broadway Divas, and Soul of the 60’s.


Box Office Phone: (843) 795-2223
Box Office Address: 2816 Azalea Drive
Charleston, SC 29406


Midtown Theatre:
2816 Azalea Drive
Charleston, SC 29406



(843) 795-2223

Upcoming Shows for Midtown Productions

Start Date: Feb 9 2018 - 7:30pm

On the night of his 35th birthday, confirmed bachelor Robert contemplates his unmarried state. Over a series of dinners, hilarious scenes, and even a wedding, his married friends demonstrate the pros and cons of taking a spouse. COMPANY features a brilliantly brisk and energetic score containing many of Sondheim's best known songs, including:  Ladies who Lunch, Being Alive, Sorry/Grateful, Marry Me a Little, and Another Hundred People.  

Start Date: Apr 27 2018 - 7:30pm

Following Brighton Beach Memoirs and Biloxi Blues, this is the poignant and funny conclusion of Neil Simon's semi-autobiographical Eugene trilogy. Eugene and his brother Stanley are trying to break into the world of professional comedy writing, while coping with family problems at home. When their material is broadcast on the radio for the first time, the rest of the family is upset to hear a comedic rendition of their own trials and tribulations. How will Eugene and his brother balance their loyalties to their family and to their ambitions?