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To prep for our upcoming production of "Little Shop of Horrors" our digital marketing coordinator took a wild ride into the history behind the show - plus man-eating plants - in our latest blog post! Check it out and get ready - our production of Little Shop hits the stage April 11! ... See more
Caitlin HowleBy Caitlin Howle While most audiences are familiar with the 1986 film version of Little Shop of Horrors, I’m here to tell you about the history of the show, the movie, and man-eating plants. First up is the 1960 film produced under the title The Passionate People Eater, the title was ... ... See more
Congratulations to Providence Performing Arts Center on the announcement of their new initiative to bring students to their shows. Our own Project Discovery student matinee program has been transformational for Rhode Island students and for our entire organization over the past five decades. We are strong believers in the positive results that come from seeing live theater and love to see opportunities for students expanding. ... See more
ONE WEEK REMAINS to apply to our 2019-20 Season (9-month long) internship program. Applications are due April 1! We have internships in every department that include housing and a stipend. Live in Providence, work in the arts, and get experience that will last you a lifetime! For more information, please go to www.trinityrep.com/about/work-with-us/interns/ (Here's a photo of the 2018 Intern class pretending to be in the resident acting company portrait!) ... See more
We don't think it's a secret - but we're all pretty excited about Little Shop of Horrors. One young fan, Cooper, age 8, drew us some fan art of just what he thinks the show might look like!
Breaking News: Robbie Retton, the pop star known for his hit song of the summer - has gone missing. Our own Maxwell Snyder has taken to the street to hear what people have to say about the disappearance. ... See more
Our latest show features Anne Scurria as Mrs. C - a piano teacher who is surprised when her star student appears on her doorstep after making it big. To celebrate the relationship between teachers and students, we asked Anne and Charlie Thurston, who plays Robbie, which teachers influenced them the most in our latest blog post. ... See more
by Marketing Intern Maxwell Snyder We’ve all had a teacher, mentor, or supervisor growing up who encouraged us to pursue our passions. In The Song of Summer, Mrs. C steadfastly supports Robbie and his music career. Without her, he’d never have been able to find his voice as a musician. Resident ... ... See more
"Yee’s fairy-tale romance between a reluctant rock star and an old high school chum plays like a fine-tuned acoustic guitar strummed by Eric Clapton." says Dave Christner of Newport Daily News. "The Song of Summer" runs through April 14 - don't miss it! ... See more
Is the rock star protagonist in Lauren Yee's new play a one hit wonder or a rising star? The story unfolds on stage with a solid cast and ingenious
Notice a familiar face? Lauren Yee, author of "The Song of Summer" is one of the writers named "the future of literature," being called one of the "most prolific" on the list. Congratulations, Lauren! ... See more
The novelists, poets and playwrights won Wednesday partly for their work so far, but also for the promise they've shown. If previous winners are an indication, it's a promise they're likely to keep.
Congratulations to former artistic director Oskar Eustis on his Margo Jones award! We are so proud to be a part of his history. Trinity Rep also saw an artistic director win the award when Adrian Hall was the recipient in 1969! ... See more
The artistic director of the Public Theater will be celebrated at a ceremony later this month.
With "Little Shop of Horrors" quickly approaching - our digital marketing coordinator took a moment to speak with Jude Sandy (who plays Seymour) and Rebecca Gibel (who plays Audrey) on what it's like to reunite for this toe-tapping musical in our latest blog post! ... See more
Caitlin HowleCaitlin Howle, Trinity Rep’s digital marketing coordinator, recently sat down with Jude Sandy, who plays Seymour, and Rebecca Gibel, who plays Audrey, in our upcoming production of Little Shop of Horrors to talk about the show, the music, and the two reuniting for the production. Cait... ... See more