Trinity Rep continues to be a leader in arts education, even while remote learning and social distancing has become the new norm. Our landmark Project Discovery student matinee program, which has brought over 1.4 million students to the theater since its inception in 1966 continued online for our free, digital production of A Christmas Carol in 2020. Other programs continue like Trinity Rep’s Active Imagination Network, which offers specially designed classes for children on the autism spectrum. Our philosophy on theater education is rooted in access, outreach, and full-bodied, whole-hearted participation. Not only do we offer regular classes for children and adults, but our teachers can be found building enthusiasm throughout Rhode Island’s classrooms, libraries, and hospitals, and the graduates from our MFA program in acting and directing can be spotted on Broadway, in regional theater, film, and television.  No matter the forum, Trinity Repertory Company’s Education Department is constantly seeking new ways to innovate programming, in order to expose more diverse populations to the hands-on 21st century skills provided by an exemplary theater education.

To receive email updates about educational programming from Trinity Rep, please email education@trinityrep.com.

Read the 2019-20 Trinity Rep Education Report.

Learn more about how Trinity Rep works with:

Children & Teens (including YASI, TRAIN, and Studio Classes)

Teachers (including Project Discovery and Residencies)

Adults (including classes and Community Ambassadors)

Interns (volunteer internship program offers recent college graduates intensive professional training)

Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program