Austin Scottish Rite Theater

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Austin Scottish Rite Theater

207 W 18th St.
Austin, TX 78701 USA
512-472-5436
Austin Scottish Rite Theater is an Austin gem – a fully operational modern theater thriving within a stunning historic landmark. SRT is Austin’s oldest theater, erected in 1871, the same year Austin became the capitol of Texas. For forty years it was a German opera house; then in 1914 it became the home of the Scottish Rite Masons who treasured the site and remain watchful tenants of the building. In 2004 the Masons created the non-profit theater organization that exists today; nestled amid the State Capitol, University of Texas, and Austin’s museum district, we at Scottish Rite are dedicated to building community through the arts. We provide quality shows for all ages, with enriching programming for children. For almost a century and a half, innumerable artists and events of all kinds have graced our venue, from the operas and circus trapeze acts that wowed crowds during the 19th Century to the live world music and multimedia children’s programming that delight Austinites today.
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Summer camps and year-round activities at Austin Scottish Rite Theater provide kids the opportunity to exercise their creative minds while exposing them to adventurous arts programming. These diverse programs allow campers and students to discover their p

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Our beautiful facility includes a theater, elegant lobbies, and a commercial-sized kitchen and dining room. It may be rented on a limited basis for private events, concerts, performances, and more.

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