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.

Scottish Rite Theater (SRT) delivers vibrant, adventurous and imaginative arts programming and educational opportunities for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

Core Values
We engage diverse audiences with adventurous programming.
We make performances and education programs accessible by providing free or low-cost admissions to children and families.
We inspire creativity through arts education programs for youth and adults alike.
We provide a platform for new work by artists of all ages and disciplines.

Community Partners

We form partnerships with non-profit and community-driven organizations to enhance involvement in the arts and promote new creative collaborations. With the help of these allies, SRT makes arts programming accessible to everyone.

Austin Creative Alliance
The Fusebox Festival
Changing Lives Theater
Anthropos Arts
Golden Hornet Project

The Scottish Rite
We are proud to be a philanthropy of the Austin Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. All of the Rite's charities center on the health, welfare and education of children. For more than 150 years, Texas Masons have joined with others around the world to institute and support charitable programs.

The Scottish Rite Dyslexia Center of Austin takes great pride in continuing this tradition of service by bringing quality education to those Austin area children who struggle to free themselves from the effects of dyslexia.
The Scottish Rite Children's Hospital in Dallas is the crown jewel of Texas Scottish Rite philanthropies. Originally a disabled children's home, the facility continues its role in orthopedic treatment and research, while meeting the challenge of other childhood and adult disabilities. Dyslexia and learning disability programs designed by the Scottish Rite Children's Hospital are in use throughout the nation.