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Happy beginning of Hanukkah everyone! May your holiday be extra special this year.
Boston.com reminds us all that a little Christmas Carol goes great with holiday shopping!
Spend the day shopping, dining, and playing in these charming Rhode Island locales.
Arthur P. Solomon and Sally E. Lapides Artistic Director Curt Columbus is back with a blog post this week! See his thoughts on the holidays here at Trinity Rep, and in Rhode Island!
Every week on the Trinity Rep blog we have a quick note, thought, idea, or message from our Arthur P. Solomon and Sally E. Lapides Artistic Director, Curt Columbus. Join us each week for the newest post in “To my friends, from Curt.” Here at Trinity Rep, we present A Christmas Carol every year a... ... See more
Richard Jenkins, former artistic director here at Trinity Rep ('90-'94), was just nominated for a Golden Globe! Congratulations Richard!!!
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We feel like dancing! Tell us in the comments below - what's your favorite holiday song to boogie down to? Photo by Mark Turek
The reviews are in for "The Shape of Water" featuring former Trinity Rep artistic director Richard Jenkins ('90-'94)! Congratulations on your success!
Guillermo del Toro’s latest film is an unlikely and lyrical love story, inspired by “Creature From the Black Lagoon.”
Our cast of A Christmas Carol is joined tonight by the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket. We can't wait!
Check out what Rhode Island Monthly has to say about our best-selling show of all time!
And there are still three weeks left in the run.
Tonight the Tomaquag Museum joins us on stage for A Christmas Carol. We love the amazing members of the community in each of our productions.
This is the last weekend to see Neva, the Brown/Trinity Rep third year thesis show directed by Kate Bergstrom, '18! Come see this remarkable work about art in the time of revolution! "You were acting?...Never act again please." St. Petersburg,1905. Anton Chekhov’s grieving widow arrives at a rehearsal room and is joined by two actors - an art-loving son of a wealthy family, and a poor girl drawn to new rhetoric. Their passion, performances, and politics stir up a whirlwind of contradictions and memories amidst sex, love, and humorous self-loathing, as they wait for the unknown Russia to come. Neva Written by Guillermo Calderón Translated by Andrea Thome Directed by Kate Bergstrom Featuring Octavia Chavez-Richmond, Meghan Leathers, and Marcel Mascaro. Performances are on December 7-9 at 7:30 pm, and December 9 and 10 at 2:00 pm. Get your tickets now! ... See more
Jump To November 30, 2017 - December 10, 2017 Neva By Guillermo Calderón Directed by Kate Bergstrom “You were acting?…Never act again please.” St. Petersburg,1905. Anton Chekhov’s grieving widow arrives at a rehearsal room and is joined by two actors – an art-loving son of a wealthy famil... ... See more