208 E. Second Street,
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Originally built in 1914 as the Gourley Opera House, by 1927 it had been renamed Essaness Theatre. This historic building on Second Street was renamed Plains Theatre in 1938. It later served as a church for a time after the theatre closed. Since 2001, the restored theatre has been home to the Sheridan County Players, which presents legitimate theatre and musicals on the Plains' stage.
The Plains Theatre was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
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