All performance have been postponed until early 2021. 

Season Ticket holders, you will be contacted via email soon with the information on how we will handle the unused tickets for the April and June shows. 

Regarding COVID-19

Dear Main Street Patrons,

Over the past week I have been carefully considering the health concerns regarding the spread of Covid-19.  Sunday, March 15, the CDC issued a recommendation that organizations and groups postpone or cancel events consisting of 50 or more individuals for 8 weeks. On Monday, March 16th, the number was changed to gatherings of 10 individuals.

At Main Street we are committed to doing everything possible to keep our patrons, volunteers and staff safe.  A large percentage of our audience base, volunteers, designers, directors and artists fall into the category of risk for the virus. Our theatre is small and audience members are seated shoulder to shoulder.

That brings me to the action that I have taken regarding Main Street Players.

Our next show, Getting Away With Murder, scheduled to open April 15th, has been postponed to the June slot.  1776 will possibly open in September.

We will keep you informed if additional schedule changes become necessary.

We want to assure our season ticket holders that the tickets you currently hold for scheduled shows will be honored when we resume production. We are considering several ways to do this. We will keep you informed regarding this matter.  Currently you don’t need to take any action. Also, at this time, our online ticket service has been discontinued until further notice. As a complete plan is put in place you will be notified.

We will continue to take precautions and actions in accordance with recommended guidelines. I believe this is prudent to help address this health issue that affects us all.

We appreciate all of your support and want you to remain safe and healthy.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

We look forward to seeing you at the theatre when our productions resume.


Norma Richardson
Artistic Director


Main Street Players is sponsored in part by the generosity of Primerica, The Ingram Foundation, Griffin Area Arts Alliance, Griffin Daily News, Central Georgia EMC Corporation and the Grassroots Arts Program of the Georgia Council for the Arts. These companies and our local audiences help bring first-class theater to the Griffin-Spalding County area for over ten years.