The Logos Theatre


Although the doors to the Logos Theatre officially opened in 2006, the history of the building began long before in 1918 as the Taylors elementary and high school building. The school was in operation for over 50 years before it closed its doors, and, the building began to digress. It remained unoccupied and for many years, only serving as a forsaken landmark for the small city of Taylors.

Next Steps


In 1989, as Dr. Chavers became aware of the property, God began to plant a vision for the future in his mind. Then, in 1992, Dr. Chavers miraculously, purchased the abandoned 35,000 sq. ft. building for only $1/sq. ft. Many Alumni who are still living today are overjoyed to see the Logos Theatre’s continued restoration of this famous landmark!

Opening The Doors


Today, the Logos Theatre functions year-round performing state of the art productions in Upstate South Carolina with a fully-functioning 300 seat auditorium, 20-foot diameter turntable, makeup and costume rooms, trap doors, and fly space, all created and modified in-house! These productions are not done simply to entertain the public, but also incorporate the community as actors, volunteers, technicians and much more. Audiences can attend the Logos Theatre with confidence that they will see a professional production with an uplifting message.