Our Community Performance Partners
Being an active part of the Lancaster arts community is important to us at The Trust, which is why we regularly partner with local theater groups, art galleries, and other groups to host events at The Trust.
Lancaster Bible College was founded in downtown Lancaster in 1933. LBC debuted The Trust Performing Arts Center in April 2013, and represents a return to the college’s city roots. In so doing, LBC takes advantage of an opportunity to join the Lancaster arts renaissance of the past decade, contributing to the arts and educational vibrancy that now defines Lancaster.
Square Halo Gallery is a space in downtown Lancaster for contemporary art inspired by the Christian faith. The gallery resides on the first floor of The Trust Performing Arts Center.
The Row House Forum engages current culture with ancient faith through gatherings, talks, and social media in the city of Lancaster. Founded by Tom Becker in 2010, the Forums often make use of local experts and practitioners on a wide range of topics. Events are geared toward a public audience and are centered on Christian conviction. The Row House welcomes all to enter a conversation on the critical issues of the day in an atmosphere that is intimate, hospitable, civil, and creative.
Cobalt is a vibrant juxtaposition of contemporary and traditional. Cobalt Dance Company is a non-profit, pre-professional dance company, and is the resident dance company of the Susquehanna Dance Center in Mountville PA. Their mission is to create, perform, and educate through original choreographic works.
Servant Stage Company exists to serve the Lancaster community with outstanding musical and theatrical experiences, make the arts accessible to all, especially those with financial or physical limitations, provide a creative outlet for artists in the community to develop and share their talents, create performances that inspire, educate, challenge, and entertain, and have fun while doing it!
SWAN’s mission is to break the cycle of crime for children whose parent(s) have a history of incarceration by providing free private music lessons, ensemble training, performance opportunities, and mentoring.