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Long-empty theater in Mississippi is purchased


A long-vacant theater in Mississippi has been purchased ... News outlets report New Orleans real estate developers Jim and Catherine MacPhaille purchased the theatre and plan a multi-million-dollar renovation. Jim MacPhaille said they are excited to ...


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Posted by: Associated Press in Arts & Entertainment, NEWS February 28, 2018 A long-vacant theater in Mississippi has been purchased. The Hancock County Chamber of Commerce reported the A&G Theater, which has been vacant for over 40 years, is going to be restored to its former glory as a multi-purpose performance space for several things including movies and live entertainment. News outlets report New Orleans real estate developers Jim and Catherine MacPhaille purchased the theatre and plan a multi-million-dollar renovation. Jim MacPhaille said they are excited to get this project moving, as the old A&G Theatre is an important historical icon and a local community asset. 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