Though we can’t be together for in-person shows right now, we remain committed to bringing our community together around dynamic storytelling and conversations. We are working behind the scenes to plan for a safe return to the theater at the end of this temporary pause and creating digital content so that we can continue to connect from afar.

America Too: Reckoning and Resilience

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America Too: Reckoning and Resilience
 marks the sixth year of the America Too initiative. This 5-part online series combines theater, music, and art with stories from our community and seeks to catalyze community dialogue around the pressing issues of our moment. New episodes will premiere at 7:30 pm on the fourth Thursday of January, February, March, April, and May. A culminating in-person event will be held on July 17, 2021 at 7:30 pm.

The Writer’s Room

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Witness new plays take shape in Trinity Rep’s latest online series. Each episode of the free, five-part series will provide an inside look at the evolution of a different project. Every world premiere production begins as an idea in the mind of the playwright and then moves to words on a page. But long before any opening night, those words are spoken aloud by actors during one or more workshops during which the playwright makes discoveries and refines the script. “The Writer’s Room” audiences will witness a part of this process, including discussions with the creative team moderated by Curt Columbus, artistic director, and have the opportunity to pose questions of the group. These live events will be held at 7:30 pm on the second Tuesday of each month, February through June.

The Catastrophist

Streaming March 18 – May 31 – BUY TICKETS
Virologist Nathan Wolfe, named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the World for his work tracking viral pandemics, has hunted viruses from the jungles of Cameroon to the basement of the CDC. Hear his story – presented as cinematic digital theatre – as he tracks the threats that come from without and within. A blazingly intelligent, wryly witty, and warm look at the thrill of discovery, whether it’s a new virus or the treasures of your own family. A co-production of Marin Theatre Company and Round House Theatre.

A Christmas Carol

Trinity Rep’s four-decade tradition of sharing A Christmas Carol with our community continued in 2020 with a free, online production. The show was available December 17, 2020 – January 10, 2021.

The Show Goes On

Digital content including a Facebook Live series, Your Half Hour Call with Curt; stories and readings from the resident acting company, clips from past shows; and episodes of Trinity Rep Radio Theater.