Do you allow smoking/vaping in the theatre?
Main St. Theatre is a non-smoking facility.
Do you have wheelchair access?
Our theatre has front row wheelchair accessibility with companion seating.
What are Flex Ticket Packages?
Flex Packages can be used just like a season pass or a family pass. You have flexibility on how you use your Flex Tickets.
Do you sell food/alcohol at the theatre?
We offer light concessions at the Box Office located in the lobby. We offer popcorn, a variety of chocolates and candies, and various non-alcoholic beverages.
Do you sell items with your logo?
Main St. Theatre – Community Players has licensed merchandise available for purchase in the lobby. We stock t-shirts, mugs, key chains, stickers, and more.
What if I bought a ticket but can’t make it to the show?
With notification, we are happy to transfer your ticket to another date for the same production or a future production.
What is a Community Players membership and why should I get one?
Community Players Inc. membership allows attendance to our monthly member meetings and gives members the ability to vote on issues presented at those meetings. Memberships fees are renewal each year (Jan-Dec). All membership fees help keep our Community Players on the stage.
Does Main St. Theatre have dedicated parking or EV Charging Stations?
There is standard parking along Main Street, all around the block, as well as a parking lot located on the south-west corner of Main and Davis Streets that also offers 12 EV Charging Stations (8 DC Fast Chargers, 8 of which are Tesla Superchargers).
Are there any restaurants downtown?
There are several restaurants within walking distance of our theatre where you can enjoy a nice meal before or after one of our shows.
What can I do downtown before/after the show?
Our Sulphur Springs downtown area offers various shopping outlets, restaurant, coffee & dessert locations. We are also home to Celebration Plaza Park with the famous glass bathrooms, known as one of America's most beautiful public restrooms. Don’t forget the beautiful Hopkins County Courthouse at Confederate Square, and the permanent Veteran’s Memorial with everlasting flame. All these are within a one block walking distance of Main St. Theatre.