South of Broadway Theatre Company

South of Broadway opened its doors in North Charleston's Olde Village in 2003, and for several years focused on children and youth programs. It was a great way to build relationships with the community and create an audience for live theatre in the North Area. In 2009, SOBTC expanded to include adult mainstage performances, and finally achieved a reputation for quality, edgy, and thought-provoking professional theatre.

Today, South of Broadway is a full-service theatre company providing:

  • Nine months of live theatre performances, August - May
  • Three sessions of summer camps throughout June, July and August
  • ShowBiz School offers a variety of professional classes and workshops for all age groups
  • Outreach and Educational programs including:

 - "My Ticket to the Arts" donates tickets to the under-served populations in the tri-county area
- "Summer in the City," our month-long summer program in NYC, where we reside at The Juilliard School. 

".....a mainstay of South Carolina Theatre"  --The New York Times, 3/24/2013


Box Office Phone: (843) 745-0317


1080 East Montague Ave.
North Charleston, SC 29405



(843) 814-4451

Upcoming Shows for South of Broadway Theatre Company

Start Date: Apr 21 2017 - 7:00pm

The African savannah comes to life on stage with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle… and back again, in this inspiring, coming-of-age tale.

Start Date: May 5 2017 - 7:30pm

Drama and laughter abound in this evening of six new 10 minute plays.

Start Date: Jun 3 2017 - 3:00pm

Passionate, brilliant, and defiant; genius, physicist, card shark, collaborator and lover of Voltaire; Emilie La Marquise Du Chatelet. Emilie defends her life and loves, posing questions and challenges for her time and for all time. (Duration: 1 hr. 45 minutes with intermission)

Start Date: Sep 7 2017 - 7:30pm

A tale of seduction set in France among aristocrats. A game of decadent sexuality, morals and manipulation played with tragic results. " A compelling evening of malicious wit" - The New York Times " An evening of high comedy, high drama and surprising passion." - New York Post