Mission

Trinity House Theatre exists to enrich and enliven the communities of Southeastern Michigan through brave, truthful and necessary works of art.

Trinity House Theatre
38840 West Six Mile
Livonia, MI 48152
734-464-6302

Paul Patton Founder’s Club

Recognizing Donors of $5,000 or more

David J. Weigel
Farmington, MI

Quality Inn and Suites
Livonia, MI

Ron Masino
Livonia, MI

Erin Archambault
Plymouth, MI

Recognizing Donors of $1,000 or more

Patrick Falcusan
Farmington Hills, MI

Guy Snyder
Snytco Inc.

Tim Dunham
Redford, MI

Susan Vanden Brink
Detroit, MI

Lloyd Vanden Brink
Detroit, MI

Greg Poulos
Livonia MI

Trinity Church of Livonia

Kathy Kitzmann
Redford, MI

Mark Wallace
Detroit, MI

Bill and Tess Weld-Wallis
Detroit, MI

Kevin and Paula Stemberger
Northville, MI

Anne Spencer
Plymouth, MI

Robert Majewski
Livonia, MI

Bob and Diane Smalley
Livonia, MI

Coming Up at Trinity House Theatre

Heywood Banks
Billy Brandt and Sarana Verlin
The Receiver
Neptune's Car
Don Henry Craig Bickhardt and Nathan Bell
Randy Stonehill
Genna and Jesse
Christopher Mark Jones
Creole du Nord
The Rough and Tumble
Derek Fawcett
Max Hatt and Edda Glass
Orbitsuns
openstage
emptychair

For more information about each show, click on the slide or visit our Upcoming Shows page.

Advance tickets are always recommended. For details about how to purchase tickets in advance visit the Tickets page.

Trinity House Theatre is a non-profit, membership driven organization. Becoming a member has many benefits including discount tickets. Visit the Membership page for more information.

Consider becoming a volunteer! Click here to see “Why the Trinity House Theatre is important”

Improvisation Workshop for Young People – March 28 – May 5.
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Trinity House Theatre presents a new class taught by two experienced and professional instructors. It runs from Monday April 11 through Thursday May 19.  Laura Gumina and Gloriann Curley have plenty of creative ideas planned for their troupe of students.  The workshop is designed for ages 9 through 18 and activities are developed to encourage and enhance imaginative thinking skills.  Students will learn to think on their feet and gain confidence through vocal and movement training.  All exercises are performed in ensemble.  At the conclusion of the class the group will perform for friends and family .

Cost is $120 for six weeks, meeting Monday and Thursday from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

More information is available from Laura Gumina at 313-614-2406 or Gloriann Curley at glorianncurley@gmail.com.