Terrace Theater offers ‘moment of reprieve’ for those affected by the government shutdown

Government Shutdown

JAMES ISLAND, SC (WCBD) – Terrace Theater is offering a moment of reprieve and entertainment for victims of the on-going government shutdown.

The locally-owned independent theater announced on Wednesday plans to offer free movies for furloughed federal government workers as the longest shutdown in U.S. history enters its fourth week.

“We understand the significance of escapist entertainment during these times,” said Paul Brown, owner of the Terrace Theater. “It’s our little gesture to help those whose lives have been impacted by the shutdown.”

The theater said complimentary passes will be provided to any furloughed worker who presents a Federal Government ID in person.

Guests can enjoy the offer Monday through Thursday for any film screening starting prior to 5:00 p.m.

“Terrace Theater will continue to offer free films to federal workers for as long as the shutdown continues.”

Movie information and show times can be found by visiting www.terracetheater.com.

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