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New blog post! Artistic Associate for Community Rebecca Noon tells her story of finding different choirs to perform at every individual performance of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
The story behind the choirs onstage in A Christmas Carolby Artistic Associate for Community Rebecca Noon Six months, I began an epic journey to find choirs to sing at each of the 56 public performances of A Christmas Carol. An idea from director Mark Valdez‘ imagination (encouraged by Trinity rep ... ... See more
Our very own Natalie Dreyer is working with Elm City College Preparatory Elementary School through Achievement First along with Orlando Hernandez. They partnered with Yale Rep on a tour of their spaces. They are also teaching a two week long "Expedition" that focuses on introducing 5th and 6th-grade students to theater. Each small group will select a piece of abstract art from the Yale University Art Gallery and create a short play inspired by the art work. Thank you to our amazing Education department for all the hard work that they do! ... See more
Don't forget about tomorrow evening's Context & Conversation: Pride and Prejudice! Join our Conversationalist in Residence Christina Bevilacqua from the Providence Public Library as she is joined by a diverse panel talking about women defying expectations, flouting conventions, entertaining possibilities, indulging desires, laughing wantonly, and daring to improvise. ... See more
Kate Hamill’s adaptation Pride & Prejudice revels in Jane Austen’s brilliant wit, and reveals her talents as an armchair anthropologist, one whose characters deftly and hilariously demonstrate that while sexual attraction and emotional compatibility may be credited with initiating the course of ... ... See more
New blog post! Kate Teichman and Casey Calderisso of Wage House sat down with our Artistic Associate for Community Rebecca Noon about saying yes to women in comedy!
By Rebecca Noon, Artistic Associate for CommunityEvery season Trinity Rep teams up with the Providence Public Library to curate a series of conversations that consider aspects of our productions by siting them in locations which resonate with the themes of the show. The series, called Context & Conv... ... See more
Planning on seeing PRIDE AND PREJUDICE? How about starting your show off with our prologue program? This show's prologues will be led by Shelley Fort, who plays Jane in the show. Plus new for this season - now you can order dinner from Bravo Providence and have it delivered to the theater just in time for the performance. ... See more
Included FREE with your ticket One hour prior to every subscription series performance, a member of the cast leads a 30-minute discussion with a peek into the play-making process and other details to enhance your playgoing experience. Each Prologue concludes with a Q&A with the audience. Pride and P... ... See more
New blog post! Read this update from our executive director, Tom Parrish, on the state of the theater.
Tom ParrishAs we embark on a new season of world-class theater and educational programming, I felt it important to reflect on last season and share with you the incredible results you and your support made possible. You make Trinity Rep a home for dramatic discoveries, bursting with activity that fe... ... See more
We love reading about former Artistic Director Richard Jenkins. Thanks to The Providence Journal for such great insight.
WESTERLY, R.I. — “It was like heaven to me to do that story,” said actor Richard Jenkins.Jenkins spoke at the The United Theatre in
Our Young Actors Summer Institute (YASI) is in full swing. Here's our Front of House Manager, Bradly, teaching old age makeup in our Special Effects Stage Makeup class. He doesn't look a day over 80!
Since the Christmas Carol flash sale is next week (it starts July 25th!), we thought we'd get a sneak peek into this year's production with director Mark Valdez! We can't wait!
Caitlin Howle, our Digital Marketing Coordinator, recently sat down with this year’s director of A Christmas Carol, Mark Valdez. She asked him a few questions about the upcoming production and what audiences can look forward to. Mark ValdezCaitlin Howle: Curt Columbus, our Artistic Director, said ... ... See more
Travel with Trinity Rep this fall to experience the best of London Theater. 7 plays in 9 days led by artistic director Curt Columbus. You'll see Ralph Fiennes at the National, Vanessa Redgrave and Patti LuPone in the West End, Jonathan Pryce and Eileen Atkins in historic Bath. You'll experience The Prisoner directed by Peter Brook, Dance Nation at the Almeida, and The Winter's Tale at Shakespeare's Globe. Tour includes airfare, deluxe accommodations, show tickets, guided tours, select meals, post-show discussions, and more. 9/22-9/30/18. Just a few spots remain - reserve yours today. Visit www.trinityrep.com/london for details. ... See more