Meeting Today to Discuss Franklin Cinema’s Future
FRANKLIN, TN — A meeting, open to the public, to discuss ideas for the future of the recently shuttered Franklin Cinema, will be held at the theater at 419 Main Street in Franklin today from 3 to 4 PM.
Consultant Paul Siemborski, of the Cleveland, OH design and management firm of Westlake, Reed, & Lekosky which has restored historic theaters across the country as performing arts venues, will be giving the presentation. Siemborski will first meet with stakeholders, potential investors and local officials to get their thoughts on what to do with the former Franklin Cinema.
Siemborski appears as part of the Peer Advisory Review program of the League of Historic American Theatres, a non-profit organization which strives to preserve historic theaters across the nation.
For more information, see the article in the Tennesseean.