Theatre of the Republic

331 Main ST

Conway, SC 29526


Phone: (843) 488-0821

City: Conway

Region: Coastal & Islands

Theatre of the Republic

Located within a renovated historical building on Main St. in downtown Conway, the Theatre of the Republic offers four main season shows, musical revues, holiday shows and children's theatre productions. The nonprofit amateur theatre has been entertaining Grand Strand audiences more than 30 years.

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