The Paris Community Theatre has moved its office from the Plaza Theatre on the square to the PCT Brown Center of Creative Arts, located at 115 Clarksville Street (next to That Guy’s Coffee).
The Brown Center was given to the Paris Community Theatre in 2009 by Amy and Gary Brown and has been used to house costumes, furniture, and props. It has also been home to the PCT Children’s Theatre and Art program classes, and been used as audition, rehearsal and set building space.
In addition to the above, the Brown Center will now house the office of the theatre manager, Josh Maxwell.
One of the primary reasons for the move was to allow a bigger space to sell concessions at the Plaza Theatre.
PCT Board President Tim Wood explains, “we began selling concessions in the Theatre lobby several years ago before shows and during intermission. This extra revenue is crucial for our budget. Unfortunately, our theatre lobby is so small that it has created a traffic jam. Moving the office to the Brown Center will allow us to move the concessions into the current office space, and not only leave more room in the lobby but hopefully allow us to expand our concessions and increase our income.”
The phone for the office remains the same, 903-784-0259 as does the PCT website address, www.pctonstage.com.
The office hours also remain the same, Tuesday–Friday 10am-3pm. The box office at the theatre will still be open 30 minutes before show time.