Stained Glass Theatre

Stained Glass Theatre

Tour the Theatre

Exterior View of Stained Glass Theatre

Approaching from the northwest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The main entrance to the lobby

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Lobby

As you step through the front doors you will find yourself in our charming little lobby. To your left are the Box Office windows. The Box Office is open Tuesday through Saturday from noon till 5 p.m.; it is also open 45 minutes before each performance. Adjacent to the Box Office is our product cabinet. Here you can purchse DVDs of every show, as well as scripts, cook books and other rescources.

 

At the opposite end of the lobby is The Blend Coffee Shoppe, featuring various blends from Heroes Coffee Company, a Springfield-based company with a passion for great coffee and a heart for recognizing organizations who make a difference. For Heroes Coffee Company, “Wake Up. Do Good. Repeat.” is more than a motto. They are dedicated supporters of heroes like Care to Learn and Convoy of Hope.

 

 

The Courtyard

Move through the double doors and you step into the Courtyard, a large social area designed to resemble a European street scene.

The Courtyard serves as our concession area. The Bistro Teatro serves  soft drinks,  snacks, coffee, tea, and a variety of baked goods prepared right here in the Bistro Teatro kitchen.

 

 

 

 

 

Prayer Chapel

Immediately off the Courtyard in the northeast corner you will find our beautiful little prayer chapel. The antique pews, altar furniture, and windows were all donated. The ceiling was lovingly constructed by an 80-year-old wood craftsman.

The Prayer Chapel has seen weddings, prayer meetings, counseling sessions, and fellowship meetings. It also affords visitors to Stained Glass Theatre a quiet place to meditate and pray before or after a show.

 

 

 

Auditorium

At the east end of the Courtyard is the entrance to our magnificent 270-seat theatre. The auditorium has stadium seating on the lower floor and a small balcony. The walls feature century-old stained glass windows, a gift from Second Baptist Church in Springfield, Missouri. They were part of their original building.