Trinity Street Players is a nonprofit, community theater committed to providing professional, thought-provoking, and entertaining stage productions in downtown Austin. We believe in making the arts accessible and relevant, and welcome all who share a passion for creating and experiencing the transformative power of the theater. Join us for great art in the heart of Austin.

Trinity Street Players is funded in part by First Austin on whose fourth floor the black box resides. So you wanna know where to go to see a show? Yep, you're gonna have to walk into that Baptist Church. Don't be scared, just pretend you're in Europe. 

Heralding the Holidays: a Cabaret Fundraiser benefiting Trinity Street Players is October 24th! Buy your tickets online here. 90% of your ticket price is tax deductible, and  you will receive a tax deductible form with your purchase! 

Join us for a festive evening of love songs, spooky songs, and christmas songs sung by some of Austin’s greatest artists. Featuring songs about your favorite holidays with music from Camelot, Annie, Gypsy, Wicked, Mame and more! Bid on our holiday goodie baskets: St. Patty’s Day, Earth Day, Veteran’s Day, and of course, Halloween and Christmas! Help us raise money to support of of the top theatre venues in Austin. All funds will benefit the Trinity Street Players’ Black Box.

Five time Tony awarding winning musical, Into the Woods, is coming to Trinity Street Players November 4-22, 2015! Watch Brothers Grimm’s fairy tale characters interacting with one another and exploring the consequences of their wishes. This beautiful musical about telling stories exhibits storytelling at its finest with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by James Lapine. Hear the story of "how it all happened,” and journey with us into the woods!

Michael Ferstenfeld joins TSP & the AJRT for the first time as The Baker! Joining him in his bakery, and eventually in the woods is Ryan Smith as the Baker's Wife. TSP alum Ann Pittman and Sarah Zeringue play the wicked Witch and the lovely Cinderella respectively, and the charmingly handsome Leslie Hethcox plays Cinderella's Prince (in addition to the big bad wolf chasing Little Red Riding Hood, played by Samantha Bagdon). That fair beauty in a tower, Rapunzel, will be played by Taylor Moessinger, and the prince who asks her to let her hair down is Travis Gaudin. The beanstalk climbing boy, Jack, is played by Keith Gruber and his desperate and despairing mother is Ginger Young. Other mysterious men, tree nymphs, wicked stepsisters and more are played by Sue Bilich, Milaka Falk, Rick Felkins, Carl Gonzales, Amie King, Kristin DeGroot, Tiana Stuart, and Ryan Wilson!