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#Didyouknow that RAGTIME won four Tonys? It won Best Book of a Musical, Best Original Score, Best Performance by a Featured Actress and Best Orchestrations! And you can see it here at Trinity starting April 26! ... See more
New blog post! How about some tea?
4/20/2018 by Rachel Playe of Radia Herbs We’re starting to see plants waking up from their winter hibernation and growing from seeds that were sown in fall. Look forward to young nettle, chickweed, and dandelion greens this time of year. Spring is also a time for harvesting roots from burdock and ... ... See more
Here's our artistic intern, Braxton, putting the finishing touches on the Native Gardens lobby display. The display features famous people, things, and events that have come from Rhode Island. What would YOU put on the display? ... See more
The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities and the RISCA - Rhode Island State Council on the Arts invite you to a Cultural Conversation on Friday, May 4th at 10:00 am at the Chace Auditorium at Trinity Rep. Help us thank Senator Reed, Senator Whitehouse, Congressman Langevin and Congressman Cicilline for their leadership in sustaining federal support of the NEH and NEA and join them in a discussion of the role of the humanities and the arts at the federal level. This conversation will include the entire Rhode Island Congressional delegation, and our special guests, Jane Chu, National Endowment for the Arts Chairman and Karen Kenton, Acting Director of the Federal/State Partnership at the National Endowment for the Humanities. Please register for this free event at the link below! ... See more
Join us on Friday, May 4th at 10am at the Chace Auditorium at Trinity Rep for a Cultural Conversation with the entire Rhode Island Congressional delegation, and our special guests, National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu and Karen Kenton, Acting Director of the Federal/State Partnership at... ... See more
#tbt to the time that Christie Vela, our director for NATIVE GARDENS, was in King Lear. She played Goneril in 2012.
New blog post! Take a look at an interview with Daniel Duque-Estrada who is currently playing Pablo in NATIVE GARDENS.
Before rehearsals began for Native Gardens, Trinity Rep’s Braxton Crewell got to know more about Daniel Duque-Estrada, Pablo in this production and an actor who — after roles in Like Sheep to Water, or Fuente Ovejuna, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Christmas Carol, and Othello — is beginning t... ... See more
Tania and Pablo are new to the neighborhood, expecting a new baby, and are loving life. All until a survey finds that their property line extends into their neighbor's yard... you won't believe what happens next in NATIVE GARDENS. ... See more
CALL FOR AUDITIONS! Please see the below flyer!
We're excited to welcome back Wilkie Ferguson III to Trinity Rep as he prepares for his role in RAGTIME as Coalhouse Walker, Jr. Wilkie skillfully stepped into the role when company member Joe Wilson, Jr. had the opportunity to understudy Denzel Washington in Broadway's THE ICEMAN COMETH. Wilkie was last seen here in 2003 as David Bennett/Harold Ickes in ANNIE. Since then, he has been on Broadway in the casts of MOTOWN, THE GERSHWINS PORGY AND BESS, and WONDERLAND. Wilkie is also a talented musician and composer with his work being heard in PARROTHEADS, CONGO CABARET and his original musical TAKE ON ME which features orchestrations of '80s pop tunes. RAGTIME begins previews on April 26 and runs through May 27. Attention for the show is building daily as opening night gets closer and tickets are moving quickly. Director Curt Columbus' compelling re-imagining of the show is sure to deliver the iconic combination of moving music and a surprisingly powerful story that has made the musical a timeless treasure. ... See more
"It’s a 90-minute laugh-til-it-hurts romp..." says The Providence Journal about NATIVE GARDENS.
If you grew up believing the adage good fences make good neighbors, Trinity Rep has a play that might just change your mind. It’s a 90-minute laugh-