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Turning a live performance into a podcast takes a little more work than you might think, but MFA grad Olivia Miller '19 is among those who have found great success!
Olivia Miller '19 had planned to perform her new one-woman show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer. When it was cancelled, she turned "Bloody Mary: Live!" into "Bloody Mary: On Air" - a new podcast about the daughter of Henry VIII doing stand-up as a teenager to defend her "bloody" legacy. After the festival was cancelled, writer/performer Olivia Miller and Part of the Night went back to researching and created this podcast to bring theater fans, history buffs, and everyone else along on Olivia’s journey to uncover the juiciest details of Mary Tudor's life. Listen now on Spotify or on Part of the Night's website, https://partofthenight.com/bloody-mary New episodes to drop weekly. ... See more
An acting company member since 2013, Charlie Thurston has made a lasting impact on Trinity Rep. His extensive talents have given us so many unforgettable moments!
Learn more about our MFA program in this week's episode of Your Half Hour Call with Curt: "How to Prepare an Actor." Curt will be joined by special guests Angela Brazil, Rachel Christopher, and Anne Scurria this Thursday at 7:30 pm here on Facebook Live. Your Half Hour Call with Curt is sponsored by Washington Trust. ... See more
Over the past 20 years, resident acting company member Stephen Thorne has wowed audiences in roles that range from Iago in "Othello" to Homer Wells in "The Cider House Rules," and so many more.
Orlando Hernandez, who you might remember as the tap-dancing Ghost of Christmas Present from 2017's "A Christmas Carol," is performing tonight at FirstWorks outdoor concert series.
Turn On the Tap at Tonight's FirstWorks Outdoor Concert Series when tap dancer and performer Orlando Hernández will move to the sounds of jazz saxophonist Leland Baker at Roger Williams Park.
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Janice Duclos has been a beloved resident acting company member for over 35 years. Today we look back at some of her most memorable roles.
Congratulations to our friend Misha Djuric, the artistic director of the Festival Ballet Providence, on his upcoming retirement. Thank you for all that you have done to make the arts so vibrant in Providence. Misha was honored with the Pell Award for Outstanding Leadership in the Arts in 2007 (pictured here). ... See more
Exciting news about the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA program announced today! Sophia Skiles is a tremendous addition to the program and we can't wait to work with her!
Join us in welcoming Sophia Skiles, the new Head of Acting at Brown/Trinity. Skiles, who will join the Brown/Trinity program in Fall 2021 brings with her “a body of work where the question of the artist and the citizen is mirrored,” she explains, “how can we liberate ourselves - our bodies and our imaginations in all our specificities — to co-create a community, a culture where we can all be fully human?” Skiles continues “The Brown/Trinity program is founded on critical consciousness, artistry, and community, I hope to advance and lean into that community and commitment to collective learning in preparation not to succeed in the field as it nominally exists, but to transform it.” Read the full announcement: https://www.brown.edu/academics/theatre-arts-performance-studies/news/2020-08/join-us-welcoming-sophia-skiles-new-head-acting-browntrinity-program Photo by Teresa Horgan ... See more
Angela Brazil is celebrating 20 years in the resident acting company this year and also serves as the director of the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Programs in Acting and Directing. She knocks our socks off with the wide range of her talent! ... See more