Strand Restoration Phase 1

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Strand Theater, Kosciusko, Mississippi

Strand Theatre

Kosciusko, MS

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Taken on: May 9, 2013

Uploaded on: March 6, 2014

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Strand Restoration Phase 1

There’s new life in the old Strand Theater yet! This photo is from a news article from less then a year ago, in May of 2013, which shows that the town of Kosciusko still has some fight in it, and aims to use the Strand to bring people back to what is still one of the most charming town squares in all of Mississippi.

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paulnelson
paulnelson on March 6, 2014 at 6:49 pm

Yea looks like they have spiced up this gem. Now a full marquee and old style box office might be needed and fancy period doors. Would be nice to see the interior.

LomaUsher
LomaUsher on March 6, 2014 at 7:26 pm

According to the owners, there really isn’t much of an interior at the moment, due to damage caused by the roof leaking. It will require a total make-over inside to be useful again, but if they’ve gone that far, I think they’ll get there eventually. This is a real asset to the town.

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