For all classes:

All students will need access to the internet and audio and video capabilities. We will be using the platform Zoom and registered students will receive an invitation via email.

Audition/Monologue Prep

Trinity Rep educators can connect adult and student actors with acting coaches to work on audition monologues. For more information, email education@trinityrep.com.

Classes for Kids and Teens

Grades K – 2

Storytelling & Dramatic Play
Tuesdays, June 2 – 23 from 2:00 – 2:45 pm
Led by Natalie Dreyer
Students will utilize their actor’s tools of voice, body, and imagination. We will start with warm-ups, lead to imaginative play and end with guided storytelling. $50. Register here.

Grades 3 – 5

Clowning Around
Led by Matthew Bretschneider
Tuesdays, June 2 – 23, 3 – 3:45 pm

Has it been a little while since you laughed? Guess what? It’s about to happen! Let’s take a deep breath and jump into a world full of surprises. Students will learn the value of making their audience laugh by engaging in exercises based in clown and improvisation.  Get ready for 4 weeks of character building activities, ensemble games, and HAHAHAHA! $50 Register here.

Classes for Adults and Teens

Coming soon!

Virtual Community Events

In partnership with the Providence Public Library each month we’ll be holding a Virtual Knitting Circle. Upcoming dates: June 13, July 11 all at 11:00 am. RSVP here.

Past Online Classes

Play Reading & Discussion Group for ages 16+
(Aka Quarantine with Qurt)
April 11 – May 16, Saturdays from 10:00 – 11:30 am
Led by Curt Columbus
Artistic Director Curt Columbus will lead students through a curated discussion focused on a different play each week. Curt will select plays related to productions from our last few seasons – diving into other works from playwrights like William Shakespeare, Anton Chekhov, Arthur Miller, August Wilson, Lynn Nottage, and Sarah Ruhl. Students will be given a syllabus with plays to read (most of which should be available online, for download, or through your local library). Stimulate your mind and engage in the power of human connection with this exciting new group.

Grades K-2
Wednesdays, April 29 – May 20 from 4:00 – 4:45 pm and Tuesdays May 5 – May 26 from 2:00 – 2:45 pm
Led by Natalie Dreyer
Students will utilize their actor’s tools of voice, body, and imagination. We will start with warm-ups, lead to imaginative play and end with guided storytelling.

Grades 3-5
Wednesdays, April 15 – May 6 from 5:00 – 5:45 pm and Tuesdays May 5 – May 26 from 3:00 – 3:45 pm
Led by Matthew Bretschneider
Students will warm up their voices, bodies, and imaginations. Then we will use improv and character-building exercises with plenty of virtual socialization.

Introduction to Monologues: Online Class for Grades 6-8
Wednesday, April 29, from 4:00 – 4:45 pm
Students will learn the skills needed to approach monologues as an actor and explore characters from plays and television. The class begins with a vocal warm-up and activity related to improvisation and character building and concludes with students presenting their individual monologue assignments.

Monologue Intensive: Online Class for Grades 9-12
Friday, May 1, from 3:00- 3:45 pm
Students will apply the actor’s fundamental tools to monologues from various genres and learn both through their own work and the work of their peers. This course is intended for actors of all levels of experience, whether they are approaching a monologue for the first time or preparing to audition for school plays or college programs. The class begins with a vocal warm-up and group lesson, followed by the presentation of individual work.