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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
The Providence Clemente Veterans' Initiative is an outstanding program that we are honored to be associated with. They offer an opportunity for veterans to experience a college classroom and earn six transferable credits at no cost, and without tapping any of their VA educational benefits. ... See more
Lucas Pralle had tucked away his experiences as a mortar man in Iraq. Over the years as a civilian, he had found that very few people he encountered had
In honor of National Sisters Day, here's a look back at the Bennet sisters from the 2018-19 Season production of "Pride and Prejudice". Katie Croyle as Lydia, Angela Brazil as Mary, Shelley Fort as Jane, and Rebecca Gibel as Lizzy. Photo by Mark Turek. ... See more
We were lucky enough to add Mia Ellis to the resident acting company after she graduated from the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Programs in Acting and Directing, and have been in awe of her work ever since.
Each year, we ask the YASI kids for t-shirt designs. Even though our transition to an online experience this year meant no shirts, one student just couldn't resist and we are so glad! Thanks Drew Morgan for the incredible design! ... See more
What a great summer for MFA grad Whitney White '15. She won the Obie Award for directing this month and now she's directing a special virtual performance commissioned by the New York Times.
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Starting at Trinity Rep as an apprentice in 1970, Timothy Crowe has appeared in well over 100 productions on our stages, including taking on the famous role of Ebenezer Scrooge more than 20 times over the years. ... See more
Last week Tom Parrish was featured on Chamber TV and discussed what it was like to be the executive director of an arts organization at this challenging time, his first five years at Trinity Rep, and even his experience as a magician. ... See more
Chamber President Laurie White caught up with Tom Parrish, Executive Director of the Trinity Repertory Company to discuss the resiliency of Rhode Island's ar...