In this Friday, Dec. 1, 2017 photo, Jeffrey S. Smith poses outside of the art deco New Isis theater in Fort Worth, Texas. Smith, a former Saginaw High School drama teacher, hopes to reopen it under the name Downtown Cowtown at the Isis as a performing arts auditorium in the middle of new hotels at the gateway to the redeveloping Stockyards.
In this Friday, Dec. 1, 2017 photo, Jeffrey S. Smith poses outside of the art deco New Isis theater in Fort Worth, Texas. Smith, a former Saginaw High School drama teacher, hopes to reopen it under the name Downtown Cowtown at the Isis as a performing arts auditorium in the middle of new hotels at the gateway to the redeveloping Stockyards. Star-Telegram via AP Rodger Mallison
In this Friday, Dec. 1, 2017 photo, Jeffrey S. Smith poses outside of the art deco New Isis theater in Fort Worth, Texas. Smith, a former Saginaw High School drama teacher, hopes to reopen it under the name Downtown Cowtown at the Isis as a performing arts auditorium in the middle of new hotels at the gateway to the redeveloping Stockyards. Star-Telegram via AP Rodger Mallison

Ex-drama teacher hopes to restore Fort Worth movie theater

December 07, 2017 02:04 PM

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