An Architectural Treasure


The Main Stage is located in the original Capitol Theatre. Restored in 1978, after a devastating fire, the 1920’s Pantages style theatre is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The 1,500 seat Grand Lady is dedicated to showcasing the best live performing artists on both the professional and community levels for audiences of all ages and interests.

Recent Facility Updates


The newest addition to historic Capitol Theatre is the 9,500 sq ft Production Center and Loading dock.

Highlights

House Capacity: 1,510 seats, 8 permanent wheelchair
Main Stage: 90’wide (wall to wall) x 41’ deep (front edge to back wall)
Proscenium opening: 36’ 8” wide x 30’ high
Wings: Stage Right 13’; Stage Left 4-15’
Orchestra Pit: below stage; Capacity 30-45
Full theatrical lighting and sound equipment
Five dressing rooms (1-2 person star, 3-3-4 person principals, 1- 24 person chorus-may be divided) total capacity up to 38
Additional dressing rooms for overflow (additional capacity up to 30)
Green Room
Production office
Wi-fi
Restrooms
On-site laundry facilities
On-site Ticket Office offering a wide selection of ticketing options
Experienced and professional staff

Downloadable Resources

To rent the Main Stage, or for more information contact Gay Parker by email or at (509) 853-8000