The Rock Hill Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to inspire, engage, and enrich the lives of community members with the transformative power of symphonic music through excellence in live performance, educational programs, and community activities. The Rock Hill Symphony is a thoroughly professional orchestra made up of some of the finest players from throughout the region.
Rock Hill Theatre is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization committed to providing theatre experiences and education in our community. Ticket sales pay only a portion of the operating and programming expenses. The remainder of the funding comes from businesses and individuals.
The Playhouse is located right on Main Street Fort Mill, performing multiple plays and musicals each year. The Playhouse produces quality entertainment that promotes and encourages interest in theatrical productions in Fort Mill. Most of all, they bring the enjoyment of a live performance to our audience.
NarroWay Productions is the “Broadway of Christian Entertainment.” As one of the unique attractions in the South, its original Broadway-style shows are NarroWay’s trademark. With hilarious comedy, chilling drama, and fun-filled interactive performances, NarroWay brings to life stories that inspire and entertain people of all ages.
The YCCS Main Choir is a large concert choir, comprised of about 80 singers, devoted to performing large choral works and anthems from all musical periods, as well as contemporary classical selections. The York County Chamber Singers is a smaller ensemble of 25 to 30 singers performing A cappella music from all musical periods.
Showtime Theatre Company is a theater and dance studio in downtown Rock Hill. They produce three musicals a year – one for middle/high school students in February, one for elementary children in April, and one in the summer that is often blended with adults and children. Additionally, they conduct ongoing theater/dance/voice classes for youth and adults, put on a summer showcase, hold summer camps, and perform at local festivals.