This agreement applies to all who access Trinity Rep spaces, including but not limited to volunteers, staff members, board members, artists, executive leadership, apprentices, education program participants, MFA students, faculty, audience members, visitors, and vendors.

By entering Trinity Rep’s building, you agree to the below:

We at Trinity Rep believe in providing safe and accepting spaces to all who come through our doors, in accordance with our published mission and values.

Trinity Repertory Company is committed to ensuring a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, social or monetary status, body size, race, ethnicity, immigration status, or religious beliefs.

By entering Trinity Rep’s spaces, we agree to abide by this agreement during all the theater’s events, because Trinity Rep is a public square and cultural resource to all. We are here to listen, learn, and feel while engaging in live theatrical performance and a rich, innovative discourse with one another. We commit to creating a space where others feel safe to do so as well.

We will lead from these values, encourage all members of our community to speak up against injustice, and engage in compassionate dialogue to put an end to bias, discrimination, and oppression.

This evolving document has been adopted and adapted from the work of peer regional theaters, particularly Villanova Theatre’s work with Speak Up, Rise Up.