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Trinity offers world-class theatre facilities, supported by an educational environment with multiple theaters and studios for all aspects of theater production and performance. This atmosphere provides our students hands-on experience, for artists to think, lead and create. 

Jane and Arthur Stieren Theater

The Jane and Arthur Stieren Theater is stage to the Trinity theater department's four yearly productions, along with other large campus and community events. Ready to get on stage, find out more about how to audition

Stieren Theater seats 497 spectators, with balcony and orchestra seating available.  The theater features a professional state-of-the-art sound, lighting and rigging systems, providing students hands-on end to end production and technician experience. 

Planning a large event or activity? Contact Conferences and Special Programs for more information about event planning on Trintiy’s campus.

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Attic Theater with chairs set up at all four corners of the stage


Attic Theater

The Attic Theatre is a classroom, performance lab, and black box theatre for Trinity’s theatre
program. Located on the upper level of the Ruth Taylor Theatre Building, it has a sprung floor
and excellent sound, lighting, and video systems. As a black box performance space, the Attic
seating can be configured to create intimate “proscenium,” “three-quarter thrust,” and “in-the-
round” theatre experiences, with seating limited to 75 people. Each school year, the Attic hosts
a number of student-produced lab shows, as well as occasional faculty-directed season


Professor in classroom with students in the background


Cafe Theater

The Café Theater seats 50 and is also used for performance classes and student-produced lab shows.


Each Studio is geared toward a given discipline with specialized equipment and furnishings. However, the faculty do not encourage students to isolate their practice within the confines of a room or approach.  An interdisciplinary approach to research and praxis is adopted by Art and Art History. Cross-disciplinary engagement often allows for overlaps such as the following: