The interior section of a dinner theatre in Carthage, Missouri got a face lift recently.
Located on historic Route 66, Stone's Throw was started when a group of players performed musical shows in schools, churches, and other locations in the late 1920s.
The current facility was built 22 years ago and was in need of renovations.
"We feel like we have given it a modern look with better dining experience for our customers," says Tom Brown of Stone's Throw Dinner Theatre. "We've done some changes that make it a better viewing experience for our patrons to watch the show."
The theatre is a volunteer run, not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the performing arts in southwest Missouri and the Four State area.