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Cheers to you! Here's hoping you have a good Saint Patrick's Day. May your day be lucky!
We'll be announcing our 2018-19 season right here on Facebook. Join us and be one of the first to know about this amazing season!
Party with the cast, crew and artistic team behind NATIVE GARDENS before you see the show! Cash bar available plus Sazon Bandit Food Truck will be parked outside. The party will run until curtain at 7:30 pm. Time to leave the office and party with the cast! Tickets are $25 with code NEXTGEN and available on the Next Gen page at TrinityRep.com, or by calling the box office at (401)351-4242. Pablo and Tania are new to the neighborhood. Virginia and Frank have been fixtures in the area for decades. They all agree that the chain link fence separating their yards has got to go! A quick replacement with a stately wooden fence will arrive just in time to impress both Pablo’s bosses and the judges viewing Frank’s elaborate English garden. Everyone starts off on the right foot, but when the truth about that old fence is revealed and Tania’s vision of native plants and wild flowers doesn’t align with Frank’s pesticide-dependent masterpiece, a sparkling comedy of good intentions and bad manners blooms. ... See more
Did you hear our news?
Trinity announced Thursday that it has commissioned several new plays, including a stage version of former Providence Journal reporter Mike Stanton's 2004
Beware the Ides of March! Today we're visiting #tbt to our 2015 production of Julius Caesar with Anne Scurria as Caesar herself.
We program our plays in response to the world around us. The artists and administrators who bring each play to life spend a lot of time talking about what’s happening in our community and how it resonates with the themes in the production. We hope every piece we put on our stage is relevant to your everyday life and allows you to see your world in a new way. In order to bring you into that dialogue, we will offer a conversation in the middle of the run of most shows in a location that relates to the themes of the play, outside of Trinity Rep. Conversationalist-in-Residence Christina Bevilacqua will lead a panel discussion about each show. Discussions are free and open to the public. Join us as we continue our Context & Conversation series to discuss borders, native plants, and how Karen Zacarías’ play Native Gardens helps us see our world. Snacks and a farm walk included — what better way to spend Earth Day? Speakers: Christina Bevilacqua, Trinity Rep Conversationalist-in-Residence and Moderator Rachel Playe, Herbalist Marta Martinez, Executive Director of RI Latino Arts Karen Joy Asher, RI Wild Plant Society ... See more
One week from today we'll be announcing our 2018-19 season here on Facebook Live! You don't want to miss this event. Stay tuned for more details...
Unfortunately due to the snow tonight's 7:30 performance of OTHELLO is CANCELLED. Tickets for tonight will be rescheduled for another performance this week. We will be contacting patrons ASAP to make this change. Thank you and stay safe! ... See more
From now until March 31 Amazon Smile will be donating 3x the normal amount for first Amazon Smile purchases. Please go to smile.amazon.com and select Trinity Rep as your charity then shop as you normally would. We'll get 1.5% back from whatever you purchase! ... See more
New blog post! Check out our 2017-18 Acting and Directing Fellows - tell us what shows you've seen them in before.
3/9/2018 Trinity Rep’s endowment includes named funds to honor individuals with close ties to the theater. Several of these funds support actor salaries and recognition for artists. Fellowships are selected by Artistic Director Curt Columbus with advice from Brown/Trinity Rep faculty and Associate... ... See more