Tyler Dobrowsky has been a member of the education, literary, community engagement and artistic teams since 2003. He oversees Trinity Rep’s new play development initiatives, where he has commissioned writers such as George Brant, Charise Castro-Smith, Jackie Sibblies Drury and Lauren Yee, as well as the New York Times best-seller, The Prince of Providence by Mike Stanton. He founded Trinity Rep’s summer program for children, the Young Actors Summer Institute (YASI), and, in partnership with Rhode Island Latino Arts, created Teatro en el Verano, the theater’s free, mobile, bilingual summer series. Directing credits at Trinity Rep include: Little Shop of Horrors; Into the Breeches! (world premiere); A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Romeo and Juliet (w/RILA); Julius Caesar; A Flea in Her Ear; A Christmas Carol; Love Alone (world premiere) and It’s a Wonderful Life. His work has also been seen at the following theaters: ART/Oberon (upcoming); Asolo Rep; Elemental Theater; Gamm Theater; PlayMakers/UNC; The Public Theater. He has taught at NYU’s Tisch School for the Arts, the Brown/Trinity MFA program, RISD and Rhode Island College. Tyler serves on the board of Rhode Island Latino Arts and is a proud member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Union. He received his MA from Brown University and his BA from Holy Cross. He lives in Providence with his wife, Taibi.
Associate Artistic Director and Director of New Play Development.
Phone: (401) 453-9208