Trinity Rep is a leader in arts education. 

We believe that theater has a unique power to enrich and transform lives. In 46 years, our Project Discovery student matinees have reached over 1.2 million children. We instruct over 300 students per week in 24 different programs. We have classes specially designed for children on the autism spectrum, the first of its kind in the region. Our graduate programs in acting and directing offer an MFA from an Ivy League university whose alumni are working on Broadway, in regional theater, film and television. Theater can broaden our perspectives and deepen our understanding of the world around us.  At Trinity Rep, we offer you a place to learn, to laugh, to be entertained and to grow. With students of all ages, we believe in theater for every generation.

Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Programs
Trinity Rep's acclaimed graduate programs in acting and directing

Young Actors Studio (YAS)
Performing arts programs year-round for students in grades K-12.

 
Lifelong Learning
Acting, playwriting and discussion groups for adults.

Project Discovery
Student matinees, professional development and in-school workshops

School-to-Career
Full-year Internships for College Grads, part-time "ambassador" internships, backstage tours and career fairs

Trinity Rep Outreach
Write Here, Write Now! Student Play Festival, workshops and residencies for your school, community center, or organization

Join the education mailing list
To receive information about educational programming from Trinity Rep, please send your name, address, phone number and email address to Trinity Rep's education@trinityrep.com By joining this list you will receive only updates about our education programs, which touch the lives of thousands of community children each year.

Educational program funders
Support for Trinity Rep's education programs comes from The Hearst Foundation, Textron, The Carter Family Charitable Trust, The Murray Family Charitable Foundation, The Yawkey Foundation, National Corporate Theatre Fund, Amgen Foundation, McAdams Charitable Foundation, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, The Pentair Foundation, Mary Dexter Chafee Fund, Phyllis Kimball Johnstone & H. Earl Kimball Foundation, Target, and many individuals.