Children's Theatre of Charleston

1007 Bigley Avenue


In May of 1932, Miss Sara Spencer, a teacher and advocate for children's theatre programs, started a theatre group as an outgrowth of her drama class. The theatre group's first full season, the 1932-33 season, included several full length and one-act shows. From its inception, the group received a great deal of support from the Junior League of Charleston.

In 1945, that theater group became incorporated and was chartered with the state of West Virginia and named the Children's Theatre of Charleston, Incorporated. In 1961 Governor W.W. Barron designated the Children's Theatre of Charleston as the official West Virginia Children's Theatre. Thousands of children and adults have participated in Children's Theatre Productions over the years..


Jordana Keffer

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

My experiences here have been nothing but fabulous. The owner only hires professional designers, and only lets gorgeous designs out of her shop. They also did my wedding, and completely captured my vision. The prices were unbeatable by other florists in the area, and I'm sure they wouldn't have been able to be as helpful in executing my design. My bouquet was GORGEOUS, and three years later I still love showing the pictures when weddings come up. Please continue to support this local business for your event and day to day needs! They will definitely make it worth it.

lauren douglas

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The ladies at Petal and Pails where extremely helpful and I was able to get the most beautiful flower arrangement. I love going into their store, It always smells great and they have such cute stuff.