Multi-talented Midlands perfomer Charles Curtis will present his original one-act play Nothing Happened tonight (Thursday, March 21) at 8:00 PM at the USC School of Law auditorium, 701 Main Street. Admission is free. Curtis, who has appeared in a number of productions with Opera at USC, and in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Workshop Theatre, earned a bachelor's degree in Voice Performance from Presbyterian College, then pursued graduate studies in Music and Counseling at USC, and currently serves as the teaching artist in Theatre at the Midlands Center for Expressive Arts. Nothing Happened, presented in Columbia for one night only, was commissioned by Winthrop University's Council of Student Leaders. Written and directed by Curtis, the play will premiere on the campus of Winthrop University on March 26, 2013 at 8 PM.
From press material:
Nothing Happened is the story of Chris Paul, devoted father and husband. After Chris becomes the victim of a vicious attack, his seemingly perfect life falls apart. As Chris tries to regain balance and become the father and husband he used to be, his growing anger and paranoia increases, as he continues to tell himself that "Nothing Happened. " Please be advised: this performance has adult themes, content and language, and is not suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.