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

We would like to acknowledge that we are meeting on the Indigenous lands of Turtle Island, the ancestral name for what now is called North America. Moreover, we would like to acknowledge the Alabama-Coushatta, Caddo, Carrizo/Comecrudo, Coahuiltecan, Comanche, Jumanos, Kickapoo, Lipan Apache, Tonkawa and Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo, and all the Indigenous Peoples and communities who have been or have become a part of these lands and territories in Texas.

Art Exhibit

Difficult Whole 
an exhibit by artist Joy Scanlon
The paintings on view in Difficult Whole are made almost entirely of handmade paper. Scanlon employs organic, experimental papermaking processes that allow her to translate, distort, and reproduce patterns drawn from decorative and art objects. The paintings are torn between harmony and chaos—from afar, they read as unified and controlled. Upon approach, the contrasts in their units assert themselves.
On view on the Fourth Floor, the gallery space at the Trinity St Playhouse, June 9th through August 2023. Email to schedule a time to see the exhibit or join us for an opening reception following the performance of Desperately Seeking Comfortable Shoes on June 25th at 2pm. 

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