Originally built in 1736, Charleston’s Dock Street Theatre was the first theater building designed solely for theatrical performances in America.The theater was destroyed in the great fire of 1740 and a hotel was built on its site in early 1800s. After many years it was transformed again into a theater in 1937 but after years of wear and tear, hurricanes and Lowcountry summers, the theater needed another bout of TLC. After a three year, $19 Million renovation, the Dock Street Theatre reopened and Cru Catering was part of this historical moment in Charleston on Thursday, April 1, 2010. Coordinated by Denise Barto of All Occassions, guests enjoyed a champagne reception, a tour of the restored theater and an elegant black-tie dinner served by Cru Catering in various areas of the theater. Cru Catering was delighted to be a part of the next chapter in the Dock Street Theatre’s history.

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