Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on Jan. 31

01/30/2013 5:00 PM

01/24/2013 10:20 AM

Piano trio in series

The 27th annual FPC “Promenades” Concert Series continues with the Manhattan Piano Trio. Details at 448-4496 or

Details | 1 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 1300 N. Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, for $10 at the door, if tickets remain.

‘Pippin’ opens at CCU

The Coastal Carolina University’s Department of Theatre opens “Pippin,” with shows nightly through Saturday, and Wednesday-Feb. 9. This show includes the numbers “Magic to Do” and “Morning Glow.” Details at 349-2787 or

Details | 7:30 p.m. in CCU’s Wheelwright Auditorium, off U.S. 501 in Conway; $15 adults; $10 CCU and Horry-Georgetown Technical College faculty and staff, and ages 65 and older, and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members; $5 CCU and HGTC students and ages 17 and younger.

‘Rabbit Hole’ home stretch

The Atlantic Stage professional theater troupe’s “Rabbit Hole,” a 2007 Pulitzer Prize-winning play for mature audiences, begins its final weekend, nightly through Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Details at 877-287-8587 or

Details | 7:30 p.m. (3 p.m. Sundays) at Coastal Carolina University’s Myrtle Beach Education Center, at U.S. 17 Bypass; $27.50 general admission, $22.50 seniors (ages 55 and older)/educators/military, and $17.50 students.

Simmons at Cabana

Tom Simmons, known for his take on everyday situations as a father and husband, TV consumer, grocery shopper, tourist, hobby philosopher and average bystander, will perform nightly through Saturday, with Patrick Garrity and Cooter Douglas opening. Details at 449-4242 or

Details | 8 p.m. at Comedy Cabana, 9588 N. Kings Highway, just north of Myrtle Beach, for $15

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