Galveston Wind

The Galveston Theatre & Arts Partnership is most pleased to present the Baytown Little Theater's performance of John Meiners' exciting, original play Galveston Wind on September 10, 2021 at the Scottish Rite building, 2128 Church St, Galveston TX 77550.

Everyone is keeping a weather eye on current COVID developments and will be limiting the theater’s capacity. Please do not attend if you are not feeling well. Masks will be required within the building, and we request that you be vaccinated. All seats sold will be general admission to allow social distancing between parties as they arrive. If the show has to be cancelled due to COVID your tickets will be refunded via your credit card. We deeply regret having to cancel the Saturday matinee. If you bought a matinee ticket, please check your email for options.

Reserve your seats on-line today by clicking on the button below. You will not receive a paper ticket, we will check you in when you arrive according to the ticket purchaser’s name.

Parking Info: pay parking is at the Frost Garage at 22nd and Market, 2 blocks away. Parking is free in the downtown area after 6:00 PM. The Church Street bronze doors will open at 7:00 PM on September 10th. Refreshments will be available in the beautiful second floor ballroom before the show. The play begins at 8:00 PM in the adjacent and genuine 1929 vaudeville theater and runs until 10:30 PM. Please note that access to the second floor is by stairs only. Enjoy the show.

Galveston Wind Sept.10 - Evening

Our Cathedral & Theater

The Galveston Scottish Rite Cathedral is the hidden gem of Galveston and a treasure of architectural beauty. Built in 1929 in an Art-Deco style by the notable Texas architect Alfred C. Finn, the building is home to a historically preserved four hundred seat vaudeville-era theater, a magnificent library/exhibition hall, an ornate ball room, as well as the famed Egyptian Room.

Donations Welcome

G.T.A.P. is organized exclusively for the purposes subsequent to section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax-decutible, any and all funds will be used for our stated purposes of artistic, musical and theatrical presentions and education of the public alongside the preservation of the historic Galveston S.R.C., vaudeville-era theater and exhibition halls.