Sample Partner List

Specific partners for each production will be listed on each show’s page, and here are some of the organizations that Trinity Rep has formed long-term relationships with:

Rhode Island Community Food Bank
Rhode Island Latino Arts
SOAR (Sisters Overcoming Abusive Relationships)
Wage House 
Mathewson Street Church and the 134 Collaborative 
The Herbarium
Direct Action for Rights and Equality (D.A.R.E)
ACLU People Power
Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket
Campaign Zero
Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants
Council on American-Islamic Relations
Dance for the Aging Population
Elana Rosenberg
Festival Ballet, Adaptive Dance
Girls Rock RI
International Refugee Assistance Project
Immigrant Defense Project
Tenderloin Opera Company
Manton Ave
March Forward Massachusetts
March On
Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
NAMI
Naval War College
Providence Parks
Providence Public Library
Radia Herbs
RI DAR
RI Jobs with Justice
RI VA Hospital
RI Wild Plant Society
Seven Hills
Shakes in the City
Sophia Academy
SURJ New Haven
Tomaquag Museum
Temple Beth-El
Vera Institute for Justice
Women’s March Connecticut

Consensus Organizing

Consensus Organizing for Theater is a process through which a theater builds stake in multiple pockets of the community; and those communities build stake in the theater by surfacing where the needs and agendas of both intersect. We become invested in each other’s organizations and goals, forming a relationship that lasts beyond one performance. Ideally this mutual investment informs each organization’s future decisions because that’s what it means to be a community.

Trinity Rep follows this methodology to build partnerships in the community. These partnerships often result in a wide variety of public programming fueled by the work on Trinity Rep’s stages and made concrete by the aspirations of our community partners.

For more information, contact Community Engagement Coordinator Rebecca Noon at rnoon@trinityrep.com.