The Schoolhouse Theater at Mainstreet offers productions with the classic feel you only get from a small theater in an historic building. Originally opened in 1915 and operated as a school until 1967, the Schoolhouse at Mainstreet was acquired in 1995 by the Town of Parker to use as a community center for cultural and recreational activities. The theater provides a partial thrust stage with seating for 200, and is equipped with standard theatrical lighting and sound systems. It's a great venue for a variety of modest productions, including community theater and children's performances, and a wide array of concerts and recitals.
The Schoolhouse recently underwent extensive renovations including the addition of new seating and risers, which enhanced patron comfort and sight lines. The restrooms were updated and the lobby expanded, to add a dedicated concession counter that will vastly speed up drink and snack service.
We are thrilled about these changes and know that they will greatly enhance your experience at The Schoolhouse. We can’t wait for you to see them for yourself!