Legendary chef “Julia Child” is coming to Greenville to stir up our passion for food and make us laugh. How did a six-foot two, 50 year-old woman with a squeaky voice become the first educational TV star? (Her show “The French Chef” was the first public TV show to win an Emmy.)
Julia Child challenged the way Americans prepared and enjoyed food. Not only will you laugh, you’ll discover a lot about the way we eat. And by the end of the show, you’ll know how to make a perfect beef bourguignon!
Julia is portrayed by Karen Vuranch, Concord University, Theater Department Director.
Shows are free but require registration to ensure social distancing for audience.
Fri Feb 11 at 11am – Younts Center for Performing Arts, Fountain Inn, SC
Fri Feb 11 at 7pm – Younts Center for Performing Arts, Fountain Inn, SC
Sat Feb 12 at 2pm – Wade Hampton High School, Greenville, SC (ASL interpretation)
Sun Feb 13 at 2pm – Wade Hampton High School, Greenville, SC