Category: The American Theater

Charleston Hometown Heroes

❤️ Thank you, Emily Harvey, for being a Charleston “Hometown Hero”! ❤️⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ “I would like to nominate my sister Emily Harvey who is currently a RN at Roper St. Francis Hospital working in the COVID unit. She has been working hard an average 4 days a week for 12-hour shifts to take care of […]

Charleston Hometown Heroes

❤️ Thank you, Anita, for being a Charleston “Hometown Hero”! ❤️⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ “I would like to nominate Anita Huggins as a hometown hero. She is the principal at Moultrie Middle School, and she works harder than anyone I know to ensure that all students, staff, and families feel loved and supported. She dedicates endless hours […]

Charleston Hometown Heroes

❤️⁠Thank you, Glen, for being a Charleston #HometownHero! ❤️⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ “I nominate Glen who works for Harris Teeter on Houston Northcutt! He has worked there for over 30 years and always brings a smile to my face!!!! I can be in the worst of moods, go in shopping, bump into him and leave with not […]

The American Theater: Preserving 71 Years of History

“If you build residential, you help a family; if you build commercial, you help a community.” These prophetic words of visionary architect Will Evans would shape the future not only of one abandoned building at 446 King Street, but of the entire Upper King Street Design District. Charleston’s premier movie house first opened its doors […]