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Happy to celebrate Pride this weekend and every day.
We are in the final days of our 2020 Matching Challenge and getting close to reaching our $50,000 goal! Trustee Ken Sigel and his wife Sarah Kelly are matching all new and increased gifts to Trinity Rep made by June 30 - up to $50,000. Support from donors like Ken, Sarah, and you can make such a difference - especially now. https://www.trinityrep.com/support/give/ ... See more
Stephen Berenson has learned over time that for him, Stephen Sondheim musicals come with up close and personal interactions with barnyard animals. Some go better than others.
Check out past episodes of Trinity Rep Radio Theater the next time you're looking for something to listen to on a summer stroll or while relaxing in the yard.
A graduate of the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA in directing, Ken-Matt Martin is a force to be reckoned with!
The Southern-bred director spent his early years breaking down barriers, and he’s now intent on joining a movement for change and inclusivity in the theatre.
Not long before we had to temporarily close our doors this spring, our Front of House Manager placed an order of concessions products to get us through the spring. Now with no shows until at least the late fall, we didn't want that food to go to waste. With the help of Inpopnito, Popcorn in Disguise, one of our wonderful vendors, it was donated to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank this week. ... See more
We are finally able to reveal the staged readings of the winning plays from the 2020 Write Here! Write Now! student playwrighting competition.
Earlier this week, our Board of Trustees elected a new chair and welcomed three new members. Congratulations Board Chair Lou Giancola and new trustees Nancy Smith Greer, Jeffrey Kasle, and Eve Tucker Keenan. We are grateful for the leadership provided by all board members. ... See more
Rachael Warren remembers what happened one night during Peter Pan when Captain Hook's hook was not quite as menacing as it should have been.