Theatre Workshop of Owensboro has been creating lasting impressions in our community since 1955. Known as the "The Longest Running Show in Town", TWO features quality community theatre entertainment and provides unique volunteer and educational opportunities. The historic Trinity Centre, our home of more than thirty years, still serves as a unique and intimate venue. TWO also recently purchased the 100-year-old theatre on Frederica Street (former home of Goldie’s and Malco). That space gives us a stage for larger shows, musicals, and concerts as we raise funds needed to renovate and restore it.
Trinity Centre is fully wheelchair accessible with ramps located at the front entrance as well as lobby (for access to bathrooms). Front rows in both theatres can incorporate wheelchair seating.
Parking is available in the lot on the corner of Locust and 5th Street. Additional parking is available in the Haley-McGinnis lot across from the Theatre. Special Needs parking is alongside the Theatre on 5th Street in the specially marked spots. Space in front of the Opryhouse is reserved for loading and unloading passengers.
Restrooms are available off the lobby. Trinity Centre restrooms are wheelchair accessible. (Accessible restrooms at the Opryhouse are included in the restoration plans.)
Soft drinks, water and candy are available in the lobby before the show and at intermission.
The Trinity Centre Box Office is open Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. as well as 1 hour prior to performance times. Tickets may be purchased by phone by calling 270-683-5333.
During the regular season, evening performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees begin at 2:00 p.m. The Theatre is open 30 minutes prior to the performance. Please plan to arrive at least fifteen minutes before curtain time to avoid seating problems. During performances, please note that no food, beverages, photography or recording devices are allowed. Please be considerate of other patrons and refrain from texting, videotaping, and cell phone use during the performance.
Worth Mountjoy, President