This theater features Branson style entertainment, bluegrass, gospel music, and comedy. The theater attracts visitors from all across the U. S. We entertain hundreds of people per weekend and thousands during the Christmas season. Entertainment honors our nation and freedom.
456 W. Calhoun St.
Bruce, MS 38915
Benjamin Franklin Liddon, a local banker and civic leader, designed and constructed the Coliseum Theater in 1924 with a capacity of 999 seats. The theatre is a showplace of Victorian and Art Deco Design. Such elements as black and white tile, ornamental plaster on the ceilings, imported white marble wainscoting and a grand staircase warrant its inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also a Mississippi Landmark.
404 Taylor St.
Corinth, MS 38835
Hours: Open Year Round
A thriving community theatre and performing-arts venue with an eight-show season of drama, comedy, musicals and children's productions as well as other events. Since 1968, enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers have worked to make CT-A a strong, vital and innovative presence in northeast Mississippi.
303 Fulton Drive P.O. Box 127 Corinth, MS 38835 Business office hours 1-6 p.m., Tuesdays-Fridays (662) 287-2995 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.corinththeatrearts.com
The DeSoto Civic Center is a multifaceted facility hosts a wide variety of events each year and is the home of the Southern Professional Hockey League's Mississippi RiverKings and the Mid-South Fair. Although the Mississippi RiverKings serve as the primary tenant, the Civic Center arena also highlights such entertainers as Carrie Underwood, Alison Krauss, Cirque de Soleil, Anita Baker and Brad Paisley to name a few. Comedy shows such as Larry the Cable Guy, Katt Williams, Steve Harvey and comedian/ventriloquist, Jeff Dunham have graced the DeSoto County Civic Center stage as well. Not only are concerts held in the arena, but sporting events including boxing and basketball are held throughout the year. The convention hall in the DeSoto County Civic Center hosts corporate banquets, tradeshows, and other private and public functions like wedding rehearsals and receptions, Christmas parties and high school reunions. The DeSoto County Civic Center convention hall’s flexibility allows catering to both small and large functions and to consistently maintain a professional and comfortable atmosphere for patrons. 4560 Venture Drive 662-280-9120 888-280-9120 www.desotociviccenter.com
Adjacent to the DeSoto Civic Center, the theater has family productions throughout the year. Shows like High School Musical 2, Wizard of Oz, and South Pacific are just a few, as well as a summer camp program and holiday productions.
4560 Venture Dr.
Southaven, MS 38671
This state-of-the-art facility serves the University of Mississippi's performing arts needs and fulfills its commitment to cultural enrichment and outreach service. Standing six stories tall, the Ford Center seats 1,200 in its regal main hall. Played host to the first Presidential debate of the 2008 campaign which pitted Sen. John McCain against the first African-American candidate, then Sen. Barak Obama. Obama went on to win the office and was named the 44th President of the United States.
Community theater at its best. Join us for thrilling entertainment. Check our website for program schedule.
200 North Broadway St.
Tupelo, MS 38802
A. B. McKay Enology Lab; Aquaculture Research Ctr., Cobb Archaeology Museum, Herzer Dairy, John Grisham Room, MSU Arboretum, South Farm, School of Veterinary Medicine, Dunn Seiler Museum.
200 East Main Street
Starkville, MS 39759
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m. By appointment
Mississippi University for Women
Eugenia Summer Gallery is located on the southwest corner of the MUW campus directly east of the Stark Recreation Center. Fine art.
1100 College St.
Columbus, MS 39705
Hours: Mon-Fri 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Founded in 1884, MUW was the first public college for women in America. The campus boasts 24 buildings on the "National Register of Historic Places". Eudora Welty attended Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Mississippi and was an award-winning American author and photographer who wrote short stories and novels about the American South. Her book The Optimist's Daughter won the Pulitzer Prize in 1973 and she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, among numerous awards. She was the first living author to have her works published by the Library of America. A Building on the campus of Mississippi University for Women is named in her honor.
1100 College St.
Columbus, MS 39701
Hours: Mon-Fri; Except major holidays