Continuing the mission of Tri-School Theatre under the direction of Frankie Marrone and Robert J. Robertson, Trinitas Arts Conservatory was formed.
Trinitas, the Latin for Trinity, not only gives us our Catholic identity but illustrates our continued mission to develop our students Personally, Artistically, and Spiritually. It also gives a nod to “3” as Tri-School Theatre’s history and students will never be forgotten but instead remain part of our rich history and our program’s future.
It began as Tri-School Theatre in 1989 with a woman with a vision. Amy Luskey-Barth saw a need for the arts in the communities of Cornelia Connelly High School, Rosary High School, and Servite High School. For over 30 years Tri-School Theatre, under the direction of Luskey-Barth and then Hillary Pearson, would come to be recognized as a prestigious conservatory of the arts as demonstrated by it’s students and productions. The recipient of several awards from The MACY’s, JRAY’s, NYA’s, and Educational Theatre Association, Tri-School boasted classes in which students could develop their skills in both the Performing and Technical Arts.