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I’ve recently started restoring the Jackson Square Theater. I started May 2010 restoring the Jackson Square Shopping Center which had been abandoned for many years. I’ve decided to restore the theater and operate it myself for performing arts, music/bands, classic films, second run films (when I can get them) and kids matinees. I’ve recently restored electricity in the concession stand, restrooms, and lobby and now working to restore electricity in the auditorium. Since the theater was home to Cornerstone Church for many years, the floor is now built up and no longer sloped. Since the floor is straight, I will do more or less a dinner theater concept. If anyone has any questions call the Jackson Square Shopping Center office and speak directly with me, Kenneth Johnson, 601-372-7157
Twelve Oaks 4 is still standing. It was home to Atlanta Live and is now home to DREAMZ ATL night club since 2007. I believe the auditoriums are still in tact just used for different levels of the club like VIP, various other forms of entertainment operating simultaneously.
I need to make a correction to Terra Vista. After a recent tour, I’ve discovered that the owners of Terra Vista 5 Cinemas are TriStone Cinema Group, an independent operator, making a go of older cinemas. TriStone is known for their other cinemas, the recently reopened Brookhurst 4 Cinemas in Anaheim and Temeku 7 Cinemas in Temecula. Also this theater should be listed as Terra Vista 6 Cinemas not Stadium as this theater does not and never has featured stadium seating. I stand corrected.
Yes, Brookhurst has reopened under TriStone Cinema Group, the same operators of Temeku 7 Cinemas in Temecula and Terra Vista 6 Cinemas in Rancho Cucamonga.
I know, I haven’t found that they have a website. They’re wonderful people, they really believe in the community which they serve. The last I was through Bogalusa, the cinema was closed, the Coming Soon feature boards still had Magic Cinemas logo. Although the cinema was actually closed, they were there, along with a work crew cleaning and etc. I went inside and spoke briefly with them while they were preparing to reopen, they spoke with alot of positive and hope in their voices.
This cinema is now operated by the independent chain known as Regency Cinemas. They seem to be a respectable operation which seems to take over smaller more depressed cinemas to keep them from closing.
Northgate Reel Theatre has switched to 2nd run features so we should update the page to reflect that.
This cinema, now known as Cinemaland, was reopened by a local Bogalusa couple Chad and Kimberly Chatellier. Cinemaland screens second run movies with admission of $2.00 and on occassions, they screen first run features. The phone number is 985-732-9600 for movie showtimes.