Trinity Rep, in partnership with Rhode Island Latino Arts (RILA), will continue its annual tradition of offering free, bilingual theater throughout the Providence area during summer 2018. The 90-minute performance will tour venues in Providence, Pawtucket, and Central Falls, including parks, libraries, and cultural centers, for families and people of all ages.
By William Shakespeare
Translated by Orlando Hernandez
Directed by Tatyana-Marie Carlo
Trinity Rep and Rhode Island Latino Arts partner once again to present a new 90-minute bilingual adaptation of Shakespeare’s moving and magical play, The Tempest. A not-so-accidental storm causes a shipwreck on a mysterious island, populated only by the deposed duke Prospero, his daughter, and magical spirits. What starts out as Prospero’s pursuit of vengeance becomes a fantastical and whimsical story of love and reconciliation.
Sponsored in part by the Providence Tourism Council
and the Department of Arts, Culture, and Tourism for the City of Providence.
Admission is free and no reservation is required
Thursday, June 28 at Dexter/Armory Park at 7:00 pm (Parade and Willow Street) – CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER
Saturday, June 30 at the Southside Cultural Center at 2:00 pm (393 Broad Street, Providence)
Saturday, July 7 at Mixed Magic Theater at 8:00 pm (560 Mineral Spring Avenue, Pawtucket)
Tuesday, July 10 at South Providence Library at 7:00 pm (441 Prairie Avenue, Providence)
Friday, July 13 at Jenks Park at 7:00 pm (Rain date: July 20) (Central Falls)
Thursday, July 19 at Dexter/Armory Park at 7:00 pm (Parade and Willow Street)
Friday, July 27 at Roger Williams Park at 7:00 pm (1000 Elmwood Avenue, Providence – Broad Street Entrance across from the Parkview Café, which is at 1232 Broad Street 02905)
More dates to be announced.
Check out video from rehearsals of the 2017 production of Romeo and Juliet.