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If you have difficulty buying tickets for a Plano Stages show contact Patron Services Coordinator Andrew Smith. He will be able to assist you with the purchase of any Plano Stages event or direct you to the appropriate contact for shows produced by third-party clients.
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To rent a Plano Stages venue, including the Courtyard Theater, Cox Building Playhouse, Amphitheater at Oak Point Park and McCall Plaza, please visit our Venues page and select "Rental Application" next to the venue of your choice. A staff member will contact you as soon as possible!
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Yes, there is a lost and found for Plano Stages venues. Items left behind at the Courtyard Theater, Cox Playhouse, Amphitheater at Oak Point Park, and McCall Plaza are kept there.
To ask about your lost item, contact our Patron Services Coordinator at 972-941-5613.
If the event you attended is produced by a third-party company (not by the City of Plano), you may need to contact the company directly to inquire about lost and found item. If you are not sure who produced the event you attended, feel free to contact the Patron Services Coordinator.
Lost items are discarded after one month. These items are either donated to charity, surrendered to the police department or disposed of through other means.
Ample free parking is available throughout the Downtown Plano area. Please see the link below to access a full downtown parking map. Lot 1 (Cox Courtyard Lot) is the most convenient for events at Courtyard Theater and Cox Playhouse. Suggested after-hours overflow parking for these venues is located at Lot 6 (Municipal Center Lot).
Courtyard Theater & Cox Playhouse - The majority of events at these venues are fairly casual, so jeans and a nice shirt will typically suffice. However, some of our third-party clients host events that require a stricter dress code. When in doubt, feel free to contact the hosting organization or us for guidance! Amphitheater at Oak Point Park - As this is an outdoor venue, no specific dress code is required. It is highly suggested that you dress appropriately for the weather. Shirts and shoes are required, and we ask that you use your judgment to dress tastefully.
We have many options for individuals who use wheelchairs. Our seating chart designates seats P1, P5, P6, Q1, Q5, Q6, X1, and X50 as accessible seating. However, any seats on rows P or Q, as well as X1-14 and X37-50 can be utilized as accessible seating. An elevator is available to access balcony seating on row X.
Seats on Row A in all sections are wheelchair accessible.
Amphitheater at Oak Point Park:
We have accessible paths to both the top and mid-levels of the amphitheater audience area. Specific, marked areas are reserved for accessible seating, but any open area on these levels may be utilized!
McCall Plaza is an open-air, single-level stage with fully accessible entry.
Plano Stages maintains a supply of hearing assistance devices for the Courtyard Theater that can be checked out from the box office for any performance utilizing amplified sound through the facility's audio system. Please note that a photo ID must be turned in as a deposit for usage of these devices. The specific devices are Williams Sound R35E Receivers. If your personal hearing assistance device has an 1/8" plug (headphone jack), you can plug directly into our receivers. Otherwise, we can provide a single, in-ear earbud for your use.
We are able to provide an interpreter for any performance at Courtyard Theater with at least two weeks’ notice. Please contact the Plano Stages Patron Services Coordinator at AndrewSm@plano.gov or 972-941-5613 to submit your request. Please include the type of interpretation you require when you submit your request (ASL, PSE, ORAL, Tactile, etc.).