Remembering Our History with Dearly Beloved

During our January run of black odyssey - two quilts were displayed in our lobby by Dearly Beloved: We Are...

black odyssey: A Deeper Exploration

By Talley Murphy, PhD candidate in performance studies at Brown University. You’ve heard, maybe, about the wine-dark sea. It’s how...

Meet Jackie Davis: Actor, Director, Producer, Educator

By Artistic Associate for Community Rebecca Noon Directors/actors Jude Sandy and Joe Wilson, Jr. often describe black odyssey as representing...

Losing Their Heads

Decapitation in Macbeth is a sign of the times. By Talley Murphy. From the early 1300s until 1660, heads lined the...

Rocking Into Spring

Recently Associate Artistic Director Tyler Dobrowsky posed several questions to resident actor Charlie Thurston, who will be playing the pop...

Non-Traditional Shakespeare Is Pretty Traditional

by Tyler Dobrowsky In Trinity Rep’s production of Macbeth — one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, written in the early...

The Song of Summer First Rehearsal

Maxwell Snyder, our Marketing Intern, sat in on the first rehearsal of The Song of Summer, written by Lauren Yee...

An Exciting and Unusual Collaboration: Macbeth’s Context & Conversation

Rebecca Noon By Rebecca Noon  In my role as the artistic associate for community, I pursue potential community partners, reaching out...

Macbeth’s Looks That Kill

By Maxwell Snyder Now that Macbeth is about to go into tech and the finishing touches are being made, let’s...

Welcome to the Cursed Play

By Caitlin Howle,  digital marketing coordinator The Scottish Play! Or, if you please, Mackers. McB. MacBee. The-Play-That-Must-Not-Be-Named. Just say anything...