In Honor of Fisher-Price's 80th Anniversary, the Family Summer Series will Expand to the Award-Winning Terrace Theater in Charleston, S.C.
In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the largest infant and preschool toy manufacturer and a subsidiary of Mattel Inc., Fisher-Price, Inc., has announced its extending their Family Summer Series to the award-winning Terrace Theater in Charleston, S.C.
The Family Summer Series has been showing at the the Aurora Theatre in New York for years. Both theaters are now owned by Film and TV Producer/Theater Owner Paul Brown and his wife Barbara Tranter. The Fisher-Price Family Summer Series will hit the big screens at Charleston's Terrace Theater every Wednesday at 11 a.m., beginning June 30, over an eight week period.
Fisher-Price Family Summer Series movies shown at both theaters will be free. A wide variety of concessions, as well as air conditioning on those hot summer days will also be available. “The Wizard of Oz” will kick off the Family Summer Series, and movie-goers can enjoy other classic family films, including “ET,” “The Sound of Music” and “Babe.”
“We look forward to our continued partnership,” said Brenda Andolina, director of public relations and brand marketing, Fisher-Price. “The Theatre provides a great service to local families looking for appropriate entertainment they can enjoy together.”
“We're thrilled to partner with our friends at Fisher-Price to give children and families the opportunity to view these classic movies on the big screen in our beautiful theatre,” says Paul Brown, owner of the Aurora Theatre and Terrace Theater. “We really appreciate the continued support of Fisher-Price and we look forward to working together in the future.”
The Terrace Theater is located at 1956 Maybank Highway.