Terrace Theater Charleston SC Showtimes
1956-D Maybank Highway
Charleston, SC 29412
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The Terrace Theatre opened on September 12, 1997, with a screening of the Australian comedy "Love Serenade." At the time, the 192-seat theater was the centerpiece of the newly rennovated Terrace Plaza. From the beginning, it was intended to exhibit first-run, independent, and art-house movies. It was also home of the Charleston Guerilla Theatre company.
The Terrace Theatre had competition for the art-house market. When it opened, downtown Charleston had the Roxy Theatre and the South Windermere Twin operated in the West Ashley area.
In July, 2007, the creator and original owner of the Terrace Theater, Marcie Marzluff, sold it to Michael Furlinger. His experience started as an usher on Long Island when he was 15 years old. Eventually, he became district manager for all of Manhattan and Brooklyn for Cineplex Odeon.
Furlinger brings both experience and energy to the Terrace Theatre. We have never been to the theater without seeing him in the lobby greeting people and sharing his thoughts on movies and the theatre business. It is obvious he works hard and loves his work.See also:
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