Grand Stafford Theater

114 North Main Street,
Bryan, TX 77803

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Grand Stafford Theater

The Dixie Theater dates back to the 1910’s. The building is located on the same block as the larger Queen Theater.

It is now used a a live performance venue.

Contributed by Lost Memory

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Silicon Sam
Silicon Sam on May 17, 2009 at 2:18 am

Street View still shows the building to be there, but googling the address doesn’t bring up any businesses there.

ScotchTX
ScotchTX on August 26, 2009 at 2:32 pm

According to the Schulman Theater website, this venue is at least as old as 1926. Burned in fire set by a vagrant in 1983, as can be seen from linked photos.

Remodeled in early 1990’s by Downtown Bryan developer and visionary Reid Monroe. Re-opened as The Stafford Opera House, probably aquired that name from the Stafford Opera House in Columbus, TX. Operated again as Dixie Theatre from 1995-1998.
Known as The Venue during the mid-2000’s.

Since 2007 has been open as The Stafford – Main Street.

ScotchTX
ScotchTX on August 26, 2009 at 5:22 pm

Oops, my finger slipped. The Dixie has been open since July of 2008.

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