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Community owned theater

Historic theater operated by a not for profit board. Yes we have movies and live shows based on... read more

Reviewed November 12, 2016
ppinn
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Jackson, Mississippi
Alternative Play was great

I went to an alternative play that wowed me. Jackson needs different types of entertainment and the... read more

Reviewed May 13, 2013
Sonja H
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Jackson, Mississippi
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12 Jan 2018
“High Crime Area”
12 Nov 2016
“Community owned theater”
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333 N Farish St, Jackson, MS 39202-3225
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Reviewed January 12, 2018

This building is located in an area that was supposed to be going through revitalization. The building looked like a fire trap and with it being in a High Crime Area and lots of homeless and undesirables in the area we decided to leave after...More

1  Thank Devildog126
Reviewed November 12, 2016

Historic theater operated by a not for profit board. Yes we have movies and live shows based on the bookings. We also have community events in the 200 seat theater.

1  Thank ppinn
Reviewed June 28, 2016

This a historically African American theater that has been restored located in the non restored Farish Street district of Jackson. The theater stays closed unless there is some very special event taking place, so there is really nothing to see unless they are open for...More

2  Thank tbb603h
Reviewed April 21, 2015

This is a good remembrance of the old times when it was actually a theater for blacks. That was during the time of hard core segregation. It is now included as part of the Farish Street Historical District. The black community is quite pleased with...More

2  Thank MaryJordan S
Reviewed May 13, 2013

I went to an alternative play that wowed me. Jackson needs different types of entertainment and the Alamo will never fail to do so. Will come back soon!!

1  Thank Sonja H
Reviewed May 1, 2013

I was the third person in the women's restroom after intermission. There was no tissue in the stall that I used. Two cheap soap containers at sink. One was empty and the other had water added to the little soap that was in the container....More

2  Thank batgirl53
Reviewed January 12, 2013

I attended an event at the Alamo for the first time and being a tall man with long legs was extremely satisfied with the roominess between the seat rows. I could sit down comfortbly without my knees being against the back of te seat in...More

1  Thank jacktownman1
Reviewed June 4, 2012

the very best at that time....no longer function as theater..only special events

1  Thank ejstr0ng
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