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Great Plains Theatre "Kansas' premier professional theatre company", is housed in the Great Plains Theatre, a 100 year old stone church building. The mission of the Great Plains Theatre is to produce quality live professional theatre in the heart of the Great Plains, establishing a center for educational and creative opportunities in the dramatic arts.


Also shows movies when there are no plays going on, check their website for up to date information or call.


Admission: Varies
Hours: Call for Showtimes and Reservations.
Address: Great Plains Theatre, 300 N Mulberry
Phone: 888-222-4574
Our Email: boxoffice@greatplainstheatre.com
Our Website:www.greatplainstheatre.com

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