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Congratulations to Richard Jenkins on his Oscar nomination! Here's a wonderful article from the The New York Times about our former Artistic Director.
The “Shape of Water” actor Richard Jenkins says that over his decades-long career he has had to constantly battle this fear.
The numbers are in! This year with all of your donations at the end of A Christmas Carol, we managed to raise $65,395.21 for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. This breaks all of our previous records for the highest amount raised during the season! Thank you to all of you who donated. ... See more
Congratulations to Sam Rockwell for taking the Best Supporting Actor award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards! We love that Richard Jenkins was in such great company.
Good luck tonight to our former Artistic Director Richard Jenkins - he's up for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role at the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards!
We want to take a quick shout-out to mention an amazing member of the Trinity Rep family. Taliq has been working with our Creative Classrooms initiative for three years and has been with Trinity Rep programming since 2011. Taliq was selected to be a part of the United States Senate Youth program in addition to being awarded a 10,000 dollar scholarship. We're so proud of him and everything that he's accomplished. Go Taliq! ... See more
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A year ago today we gathered to shine the light in the Lederer lobby for the acknowledgement of "challenging times ahead," in collaboration with the Ghostlight project. Theaters across the United States joined in this amazing movement. The light has now shown for a full year and will continue to shine, marking the theater as a safe, brave space for all. #ghostlightproject #bealight #allarewelcome ... See more
The Providence Journal shines a spotlight on our next show "Into the Breeches!" "...'Into the Breeches!' draws together a group of people who typically existed on the margins of society at that time — women, a gay man, an African American — and, in the process, demonstrate how easily the arts can unite communities and give people a voice." ... See more
With the men away, women put on 'Henry V' at fictitious Oberon Play House in 'Into the Breeches!'
The ultimate theater event for young professionals! About the event: Network, socialize, and gather with other young professionals at a pre-show party backstage in our scene shop, and then enjoy the performance together. We've selected a performance for each of the productions this season to celebrate the next generation of theater audiences. We want Trinity Rep to be your home for dramatic discoveries. Bring friends or come on your own - you're bound to meet new people and have an unforgettable night out. About the play: Providence, 1942: Oberon Play House’s director and leading men are off at war. Determined to press on, the director’s wife sets out to produce an all-female version of Shakespeare’s Henry V, assembling an increasingly unexpected team united in desire, if not actual theater experience. Together they deliver a delightful celebration of collaboration and persistence when the show must go on! A surprisingly modern and moving comedy about the singular way art and community reveal our boldest selves even in the darkest times. For tickets please call the Box Office at (401) 351-4242 or buy tickets securely online at trinityrep.com ... See more
New blog post! We absolutely loved getting to work with so many community groups in the 2017 A Christmas Carol, Here's information on every organization that was in the show - as well as some fun pictures! ... See more
1/18/2018 Trinity Rep’s 40th-anniversary production of A Christmas Carol featured a special addition — as part of ongoing efforts to forge deeper connections with the Rhode Island community, co-directors Angela Brazil and Stephen Thorne invited 18 non-profit, community service organizations t.... ... See more