75th Anniversary Publication
The side door to the old theatre opened much like it would have in 1950. A twist of a key, a rush of stale air, and suddenly you’ve steeped inside an old U.S. Army relic that by all accounts was not supposed to be standing after the 1960s.
But this is no ordinary building. Sitting on a plot of land in Camp Croft, the former movie house was hastily assembled in 1941 for the sole purpose of entertainment. Strangely enough, it continued in that vein when the Spartanburg Little Theatre moved in a decade later…