We're excited about our new backdrop depicting Charleston's historic Rainbow Row. It can be back-lit, as you can see, and brings lots of atmosphere to the stage.
Located on East Bay Street north of Tradd Street and south of Elliott Street, the real Rainbow Row is a series of houses painted in pastel colors. The first three were painted pink in the early 1900's by Dorothy Porcher Legge who purchased numbers 99 through 101 East Bay to renovate them. It is said the pink that she chose was based on a colonial Caribbean color scheme. Rainbow Row is an iconic Charleston scene.