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Technical difficulties - 1, Half Hour Call - 0 We're going to reschedule tonight's show about TRAIN with Jordan Butterfield, Tracy Allard, and David Ryan for a future date. Thanks for tuning in. We'll post updates about the schedule on Facebook, Instagram, and our website. ... See more
Today, we honor Larry Arrick, who passed away last month at age 92. Larry directed 14 productions at Trinity Rep between 1971 and 1981 and was the first director of the Trinity Rep Conservatory which began in 1977. His impact on the company as a whole and what is now the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Programs in Acting and Directing is immeasurable. Larry was frequently tapped to direct modern classics - from Samuel Beckett ("Waiting for Godot") to Sam Shepard ("The Tooth of Crime") and in one season (1978-79) directed "A Life in the Theater" by David Mamet, "Awake and Sing!" by Clifford Odets, "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller, and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" by Edward Albee. He was charming and well-loved by the company, and his productions were always beautifully acted, exciting, and powerful. In the 1973-74 Season, Larry and his then-partner Barbara Damashek adapted, directed, and wrote the music and lyrics for Henry Fielding's "Tom Jones", which is remembered as one of Trinity Rep's most iconic productions as an example of the Trinity Rep style of integrating actors and audience, music and text. We are grateful for all the incredible moments of brilliant theater that he shared with us on the stage and in the classroom. Our thoughts are with his family at this time. ... See more
Target Circle members have just one more day to vote for Trinity Rep. If you have votes available in your account, we'd be so grateful if you cast them for Trinity Rep before end of day tomorrow. Each vote increases how much of Target's charitable giving this quarter is directed to the theater. Thank you! ... See more
This Thursday, Curt will be shining a light on our Trinity Rep Active Imagination Network (TRAIN), which gives children and adults with autism, cognitive, and psychiatric disabilities the tools they need to learn, communicate, and build self-esteem. He will be joined by Director of Education and Accessibility Jordan Butterfield and longtime TRAIN participants Tracy Allard and David Ryan this Thursday at 7:30 pm on Facebook Live. Your Half Hour Call with Curt is sponsored by Washington Trust. ... See more
Marcel Mascaro '18 made this month's list of "Theatre Workers You Should Know" from American Theatre magazine. Marcel is working on an ensemble-devised bilingual adaptation of the first volume of the Miguel de Cervantes novel "Don Quixote", which they will also direct. This show is part of Teatro en El Verano, our partnership with Rhode Island Latino Arts that will celebrate 10 years of offering free bilingual theatre to the Providence area. ... See more
From dramaturgs to designers, actors to devisers, these are some folks to have on your radar.
Angela Gonzalez (AGonza) is the second artist to complete a portrait for our public art project. Her beautiful painting of Joe Wilson, Jr. will be on view at Trinity Rep beginning this fall. Her work will join Kendel Joseph's portrait of Rep. John Lewis. Read more about our public art project at https://www.trinityrep.com/engagement/public-art/. ... See more
Final images of Trinity rep. Thank you @trinity_rep for this amazing opportunity and it felt Soo right to paint you @joewilsonjunior.
Check out the work of Brown/Trinity Rep MFA grad Jill Knox '08 on NBC's new show Connecting, which premieres next Thursday night. The seven-character comedy is shot from the actors' homes, with Jill's on-screen husband played by her real-life husband Keith. ... See more
Connecting is a brand-new comedy tackling love and life under lockdown. 🖥 Don't miss the season premiere October 3 on NBC.
It's great when you let us know what you think about our shows, classes, and community events. But it is even better when you express your opinions about your local, state, and federal government by voting. Your voice matters, your vote matters. ... See more
National Voter Registration Day is a holiday celebrated on the fourth Tuesday of every September. It's goal is to focus attention on the importance of registering to vote and voting in our
The kids in your life can make wonderful new memories this fall. Fall classes for K-12 students begin in two weeks and space is still available in all online sessions. Kids will explore their creativity, make new friends, and find new ways to tell stories. Financial aid is available. ... See more
Congratulations to our resident designer Eugene Lee on winning his 5th Emmy Award (and 16 nominations) for Saturday Night Live! In advance of tonight's Primetime Emmy Awards, the Creative Arts Emmys were announced earlier this week. ... See more
Late night staple Saturday Night Live continues to add to its remarkable Emmy haul, winning its fourth consecutive awards in the categories of variety sketch series, directing and production design. On Tuesday during the Creative Arts Emmys' virtual presentation, director Don Roy King claimed his 10... ... See more