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Austin Scottish Rite Theater
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207 W 18th St Austin, TX 78701
207 W 18th StUSTXAustin78701
(512) 472-3190 (Fax)
Non-Profit Organization, Performing Arts Theater
We are a 21st century non-profit arts incubator housed in a 19th century opera house. Each year, SRT engages over 12,000 children and families in the arts – from performances to festivals, summer camps and year-round school programs.
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Mark P. Sullivan
reviewed 11 months ago
I loved this place. I recently saw WinoVino play here along with the Austin Steamers and I really enjoyed the acoustics, ambiance, and the decor. This place is such a hidden gem! I recommend getting a schedule of their events and getting in to see a show that interests you. The theater is so unique!
Sara Evans
reviewed 2 years ago
My little guys (2 & 4) we went to the performance with Mother Falcon at Scottish Rite this afternoon and it was fabulous. Although Austin has such great live music, it's not always accessible to kids and what's offered for kids (both live and otherwise) is often lackluster. The level of musicianship was impressive and the setting was perfect for kids -- room to move and dance, seats for the parents, big enough but not so large you'd loose your little ones. The new artistic director seems to be working on great things at Scottish Rite and we're so excited to see what she has planned.
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reviewed a year ago
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Scott Hoenes
reviewed 11 months ago
Rather interesting setting to see The Whitest Kids U Know, never expected to see one of the best sketch groups of our time in a Freemason's Theater. The place kind of felt haunted, with old portraits on the wall of people in fez caps, swords in display cases, old furniture, and the theater it self was on old hard wood floor and rickety seats. The show was great, but still felt like sitting in the haunted mansion while we waited for the show to start.
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
This is a great theater for children 4-7. My daughter is 3 and enjoys it, but she is not allowed to sit on the floor in the front of the theater which is where the fun is. I like how they modify the classics and remove the scary material to make it humorous and positive. The productions are lower budget so don't go in expecting fancy costumes and props. The actors could improve their singing skills. However, I've been pleasantly surprised at times with some productions where they invested a bit more. It is a bit of gamble in that respect, some say. They encourage the children to be quiet but you don't have to really worry about interrupting or making anyone uncomfortable. A parent can just relax and laugh- that is priceless.
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Christopher Martin
reviewed a year ago


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