The venue stages five major shows each season, from comedies to dramatizations to musicals, just as short-run uncommon occasions and theater workshops. There is additionally Pin Point Heritage Museum situated in the previous A.S. Varn and Son Oyster and Crab Factory. The people group was established in 1896 by liberated slaves after the Civil War. The last industrial facility has been changed into an instructive place for guests to indeed find out about the Gullah/Geechee culture straightforwardly from inhabitants who experienced childhood in the little, affectionate network. Visitors can find these special lifeways, from everyday life to religion, language and nourishment.