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

Press

Observer & Eccentric Newspapers, December 24, 2000
Trinity House Theatre is listed as “Best/most adventuresome theatre” for 2000 for “bringing audiences plays such as Elie Wiesel’s The Trial of God.” – From a review of “The Best of 2000” by Linda Ann Chomin and Stephanie Angelyn Casola

Concert & Play Reviews

If you have written a review of a Trinity House show or know of any reviews we don’t have listed, please let us know.

Linford Detweiler concert – The Phantom Tollbooth

Mike Georgin & Jason Dennie – The Phantom Tollbooth

Edward Albee’s Seascape – The Metro Times

Could This Be Love: A Night of One Acts – The Metro Times

Music is Everything – Detroit Free Press

Tangerine Trousers – eCurrent.com

Interview with Paul Patton – Openings Magazine

Some Artist’s Remarks

“this may be the best stage in the world” ~ Ashley Peacock

“one of the coziest venues in America” ~ David Wolfenberger

“Trinity House has been such a great place to perform . . . great dynamic setting . . . perfect for acoustic music.” ~ Jason Dennie

“Thank you so much for a really wonderful show. I loved the space! I hope we can get the band in there one of these years…till then (or till Brooks and I come visit again), keep up the amazing work.” ~ Rani Arbo

“Man, this is the best show of the tour” ~ Bill Mallonee October 1, 2000

“Every town has it’s own appeal, but I think the Detroit show will be my favorite. I was born in Detroit and I always feel a little bit like I’m at home when I play there. The venue is one of the best in the country (Trinity House Theater) and folks are always so nice to me there. ~ Ryan Adcock, Sept, 2002 http://www.cincymusic.com/features/?article=63

Tonight was probably my favorite show so far. I just love the Trinity House Theatre in Detroit. Stained glass windows, beautiful lighting, hundreds of candles, nice company…just wonderful! And they cooked me dinner, too. ~ Ryan Adcock, October 17, 2002

“In a world where it’s tough to make a difference, you come across a little place like this that actually does.” ~ David Tamulevich, of Mustard’s Retreat 5/31/03

“I’ve played a lot of places and virtually none of them match this place. It’s a beauty.” ~ Tim Harrison 12/09/05

“You truly have one of the coolest venues anywhere in the country.” ~ Dave Potts 05/02/06