DAILY LEADER / JUSTIN VICORY / Charlotte Malone, a student at the Mississippi School of the Arts, offers the appropriate scary touches in front of Cooper Hall, which was the site of a haunted house event last Friday night in honor of Halloween.
DAILY LEADER / JUSTIN VICORY / Charlotte Malone, a student at the Mississippi School of the Arts, offers the appropriate scary touches in front of Cooper Hall, which was the site of a haunted house event last Friday night in honor of Halloween.

Screaming Good Fun

Published 11:56am Thursday, October 31, 2013

In celebration of Halloween,  the Mississippi School of the Arts transformed Cooper Hall into the site of the school’s yearly haunted house last Friday night. MSA has another upcoming event that is open to the public this weekend, a Fall Dance Concert featuring original choreographic works by the Fourth Repertory Dance Company. The concert will be held in the Enochs Hall Blackbox Theatre Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1-2, at 7 p.m.

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