172 E. Main Street,
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Previously operated by: Wilby-Kincey
Architects: Erle G. Stillwell
Styles: Streamline Moderne
News About This Theater
- Mar 2, 2010 — Happy 45th, "The Sound Of Music"
The 850-seat Palmetto Theatre, Wilby-Kincey’s first-run theatre in Spartanburg, was built in 1940, opened in late-1940 with Anne Shirley in “West Point Widow”.
Closed June 21, 1979 with Burt Reynolds in “Hooper”. The roof of the theatre collapsed in 1980 and only the shell of the building remained in recent years. It was torn down in 2003 and an office building constructed on the site.
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