As an organization committed to creating theater for and with our community, Trinity Rep invites people to work with us in a variety of ways. Read more below or learn more about community partnerships and audience engagement opportunities.
Trinity Repertory Company (LORT B & D) seeks a Stage Carpenter for the 2018-2019 season, concluding on June 16, 2019. The Stage Carpenter assists in set construction, Rigging, and other duties as required. The Stage Carpenter will also be a member of the running crew to perform preventive maintenance and operate show machinery. Must have carpentry experience, basic mechanical aptitude, be able to safely work at heights, lift 75 pounds, pass a BCI check and have a valid drivers license. This is a salaried position with benefits and overtime. EOE Please send resume with references to Karl Orrall Korrall@trinityrep.com.
Trinity Repertory Company (LORT B & D) is looking for a Production Assistant to join the Stage Management team for the 2018-2019 season. Production Assistants are a vital part of the mainstage shows since they assist with both the rehearsal process and function as a member of the backstage crew while the show is running. PAs are also tasked with ensuring the safety of the actors and crews as well as preparing the stage and backstage areas. Applicants should be motivated, organized, and have some professional theater experience in stage management. This is a non-equity position with the option of earning EMC points. Position start date is negotiable (Oct/Nov 2018) and ends May/June 2019.
Please send resume, cover letter, and references to Anne Harrigan, Assistant Production Director, 201 Washington St., Providence RI 02903 or email email@example.com. No calls, please.
Trinity Repertory Company is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to building a culturally diverse and equitable environment and strongly encourages applications from people of color and women. This position will remain open until filled and until a diverse and qualified pool of candidates is identified.
Trinity Rep seeks a child coordinator for their annual production of A Christmas Carol. This person is responsible for 10 child actors between the ages of 7-12 during both the rehearsal process and run of the show. During the rehearsal process, the coordinator will supervise the children and is responsible for writing blocking, taking notes, and running lines with the actors. During the run of the show, the coordinator is responsible for assisting children with entrances and exits, costume changes and monitoring their activity backstage. The coordinator should have excellent communication skills, patience with children and experience working with children and as part of a production team. Rehearsal will begin the week of Oct. 8th and the contract runs until Dec 30th. Typical schedule includes – Tuesday- Friday 3:30-7:30, Saturday – Sunday 9:30am – 7:30pm. During the run of the show, there will be student matinees, 9:30 am – 2 pm. Please email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The majority of Trinity Rep roles are cast from our resident acting company and the students in the Brown/Trinity MFA program. If a production calls for addition casting, audition notices will be posted here. We also hold open auditions once a year, usually in the summer, for both union and non-union actors. There are no auditions to join the acting company.
Trinity Rep is committed to the development and production of new theater works. As part of that commitment, we seek to include at least one world premiere production in each season, and work throughout the year to develop new plays through readings and workshops. Our Mabel T. Woolley Literary Department reads and reviews hundreds of scripts, looking for new plays which support our aesthetic vision and our resident acting company.
To submit a play, please have your agent contact us at the address listed below. At this time, unsolicited scripts from playwrights without representation cannot be accepted.
The Mabel T. Woolley Literary Department
Trinity Repertory Company
201 Washington Street
Providence, RI 02903
For immediate assistance, please email Tyler Dobrowsky, Associate Artistic Director at email@example.com.
Trinity Rep offers recent college graduates intensive professional training through our volunteer internship program. Interns are an integral part of our organization and serve alongside our staff in artistic, administrative, and production departments. Learn more about the internship opportunities.
Applications for the 2019-20 Season will be open in December 2018.
Do you love Trinity Rep? Do you find yourself regularly talking about Trinity Rep’s productions and programs to your friends, family, and colleagues? Well, then we need YOU!
The Community Builders, a connectivity and outreach program for adults, makes you the ultimate theater insider. In return, we ask you to help spread the word about the great work we’re doing onstage and off.
As a Community Builder, you will:
- Read all of the scripts for the 17-18 season
- Meet once as a group in the fall to discuss the scripts and identify one play with which you would like to especially work on building community connections.
- Work with Trinity Rep’s Community Engagement Coordinator Rebecca Noon to identify who you will reach out to and what you will attempt (eg, bring a specific group to: First Chat, a performance, or Context & Conversation)
- Create a check-in schedule for you and Rebecca leading up to the show’s first rehearsal, which may involve email, phone, or in-person communication.
In return, you will be compensated with:
- Early access to all scripts Access to all first rehearsals (which are always Tuesdays at 1:30pm)
- Insider information regarding the shows and the artistic teams involved Input and influence on who accesses Trinity Rep and its programs
- An end-of-season celebration, including any community connections we make throughout the season.
To apply send an email or letter to Rebecca Noon at firstname.lastname@example.org describing why you’d like to be a Community Builder, including what communities you are a part of, what you love about live performance, and the three aspects of your life you hold the most dear.