This sumptuous musical by Lerner and Loewe tells the story of King Arthur and his dreams of building a round table where all good knights might help unite a peaceful England–but a shadow falls over the kingdom when Queen Guenevere falls in love with Arthur’s best knight, Lancelot du Lac. Filled with gorgeous son...
Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once

When an interdimensional rupture unravels reality, an unlikely hero must channel her newfound powers to fight bizarre and bewildering dangers from the multiverse as the fate of the world hangs in the balance. Rating: R, Run Time: 2h 19m Adults: $6
Ricky Nelson Remembered

Ricky Nelson Remembered

A musical celebration of America’s first “Teen Idol”, The Nelson Family Legacy continues as Ricky’s twin sons, Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, present an interactive, multi-media rock & roll concert experience. The twins perform their dad’s greatest hits (including “Poor Little Fool,” “Hello Mary Lou”, “Travelin’ Man”) along...
Medicating Normal

Medicating Normal

One in five Americans is taking a psychiatric drug, including millions of children. Pharmaceutical companies have over-hyped the benefits of these drugs, while hiding the risks and severe side effects including physiological dependence. “Medicating Normal” explores what happens when for- profit medicine intersec...

ways to help

Support the McPherson Opera House

Volunteers are an essential element to the success of the McPherson Opera House. We have many volunteer opportunities available and are always on the lookout for assistance.

rental facilities

What can you do at the McPherson Opera House?

Host your next event at the McPherson Opera House for an artfully decorated setting, high-tech conveniences, and exceptional service. Centrally located off Interstate 135 – 50 miles north of Wichita – the McPherson Opera House offers a convenient destination for your next business meeting, family reunion, wedding reception, or other event. Please explore the Rental Facilities page for more information.


Then and now of the Auditorium

Although the auditorium looks much as it might have after the 1913 remodel, everything, in fact, is new. The most dramatic change was rebuilding the second balcony, which restored the space to the much more pleasing architectural ensemble intended by the original architect, George Shaffer of Abilene.


View the McPherson Opera House now

Don’t have time to stop by? Take a virtual 360 tour of the Opera House right now! Click on the “Virtual 360º” button below to start! Want to schedule an in person tour? Click “Tours” to view your options!


Midway Motors