The space in the front of the Masonic Temple building on VirginiaStreet was used as a hair salon and lunch stop not too many yearsago.
So Kim Pauley and the board of the Charleston Ballet figure it canjust as easily be converted to something else.
For this reincarnation, they envision a space that can be used foreverything from Pilates classes to a wedding, meeting or theaterproduction.
"We see an intimate, little theater space," said Martha Collins,president of the ballet board.
The ballet has named the space MC's Workshop, named after Pauley'slate stepfather.
"He built sets and did everything for the ballet," Collins said.
Already, the …