Performing Arts


The Palmer Trinity Theatre Department offers students a rigorous theatre experience in a caring and supportive environment.
Palmer Trinity Theatre offers students a rigorous and professional theatre experience in a caring and supportive environment where students feel safe to explore and take risks. A variety of courses are offered to allow students to study acting, musical theatre, playwriting, directing, design, and technical theatre. The emphasis is on individual growth, process-oriented work, and the ensemble approach to theatre. Collaborative ensemble work is frequently showcased. Students sharpen their craft through acting technique, movement, and voice classes on increasingly challenging levels. Play selections from Modern American to Classical give students the knowledge to appreciate a diverse repertoire of theatre and to understand the history of theatre arts. Students have the opportunity to participate in theatrical field trips to local and New York Theatres. Visiting master artists will educate our theatre students on state-of-the-art techniques and innovative theatrical concepts. Affiliated with the International Thespian Society, our Upper School Palmer Trinity Troupe 5458 and Junior Troupe 88939 present three full-length productions a year. School-wide auditions are held for each show and performances are held on campus and at local theaters.

For ticket information, call the box office at 
(305) 259 - 1121.

Coming Soon

Palmer Trinity School Theatre Department presents Hairspray Jr. The 1950s are over and change is coming to Baltimore! You can’t stop the beat of this BIG and BOLD musical about one plus-sized girl's inspiring dream to dance, fall in love, and take a stand to integrate American television, all while not dentin’ her ‘do! The winner of eight Tony Awards and a recent made for TV movie hit, this 70-minute version is a family-friendly musical loaded with laughter, dazzling dance numbers, and popular toe-tapping tunes.

Join our cast and crew of fifty students and faculty for a fun and lighthearted show that shines a light on the important message of desegregation and acceptance for all.

The showing will take place on March 14th and 15th at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center located at 10950 SW 211th St.

*Senior (65+), Under 10, and Palmer Trinity Student discounts are available through the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center Box Office ONLY. Discounted tickets are not available online, and discounts will not be applied after purchase. Appropriate for all ages. All patrons entering the theater must have a ticket regardless of age. This includes infants and children. For more information, visit
Main Entrance: 8001 SW 184th Street, Miami, FL 33157
Mailing Address: 7900 SW 176th Street, Miami, FL 33157
Main:     305.251.2230
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