While our stages are dark, our staff and artists are gathering digital content to help keep us connected until we can come together in person again. For all this plus more news, follow us on Facebook or Instagram. Check back frequently for newly added content.
Your Half Hour Call with Curt
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- July 23 – Topic and guests TBA
- June 25 – “Three Scrooges” with Tim Crowe, Mauro Hantman, and Jude Sandy
- June 18 – “Company, Community, and Education” with Jordan Butterfield, Michelle Cruz, and Daniel Duque-Estrada
- June 11 – “Looking Forward” with Executive Director Tom Parrish
- June 4 – “A Special Message from Joe Wilson, Jr.”
- May 28 – “The Towering Women of Trinity Rep,” featuring Mia Ellis, Rachael Warren, and Phyllis Kay
- May 21 – “Why We Do New Plays” featuring George Brant, Lauren Yee, Taibi Magar, and Tyler Dobrowsky.
- May 14 – “What Theater Does That Nothing Else Can” with Richard and Sharon Jenkins, Brian McEleney, and Stephen Berenson.
- May 7 – “Why We Love Live Theater” with Angela Brazil and Stephen Thorne.
- April 30 – “Why We Do Musical Theater“ with Rebecca Gibel, Charlie Thurston, and Joe Wilson, Jr.
Actors and our Resident Acting Company
Way Back Wednesdays
Join us every Wednesday as resident company members share with us their memories about some of their favorite productions.
- Brian McEleney didn’t think his lack of sports skills would hurt him if he pursued a life of theater. He was wrong. Hear his stories in this clip.
- Stephen Berenson has learned over time that for him, Stephen Sondheim musicals come with up close and personal interactions with barnyard animals. Hear about them in this clip.
- Rachael Warren remembers a costume problem from Peter Pan in this clip.
- Stephen Thorne shares a story about what happened when he saw the “devil eyes,” in the booth running the show during Home and Garden in this clip.
- Angela Brazil tells a story about what she had to do when she was stuck in traffic – but had to be on stage in this clip.
- Daniel Duque-Estrada talks about nearly walking onto stage laughing during Fade in this clip.
- Mia Ellis shares a story about getting ready for To Kill a Mockingbird in this clip.
- Rebecca Gibel and Charlie Thurston reminisce about Barefoot in the Park in this clip.
Blog Posts and Other Writings
- Find out what Rebecca Gibel’s been up to in our this blog post (hint: you can stream most of it at home!).
- Learn more about Stephen Berenson – including his time at Oxford in this blog post.
- See what Stephen Thorne was up to before our time at home and his history at Trinity Rep in this blog post.
- Find out more about Phyllis Kay and where she’s been seen on stage in this blog post.
- Angela Brazil reads Shakespeare’s sonnet 18
- Rebecca Gibel reads Shakespeare’s sonnet 27
- Tim Crowe reads Shakespeare’s sonnet 30
- Charlie Thurston reads Shakespeare’s sonnet 44
- Mia Ellis reads Shakespeare’s sonnet 76
- Mauro Hantman reads Shakespeare’s sonnet 97
- Stephen Thorne reads Shakespeare’s sonnet 103
- Phyllis Kay reads Shakespeare’s sonnet 129
- Stephen Berenson reads Shakespeare’s sonnet 130
- Brian McEleney reads Edna St. Vincent Millay’s sonnet “Love is Not All (Sonnet XXX)”
- Anne Scurria and fellow actor (and husband) Barry Press read “Teddy Bear” from A.A. Milne
- Daniel Duque-Estrada, avid film lover, gives some of his favorite film recommendations for our time at home
- Charlie Thurston rehearses for Sweeney Todd by singing to a banana
- Rebecca Gibel sings “Try to Remember”
Trinity Rep Radio Theater
In 2009 Trinity Rep artists gathered to read and perform some of their favorite stories and monologues. We’re bringing them back with the following episodes:
- “The Hungry”
- “Happy Anniversary”
- “Irish Pleasures”
- “John Cheever: The American Dream”
- “James Thurber’s Comedy”
- “Live in Providence: Gryphon”
- “She’s My Hero: Mother’s Day Stories”
- “Anton Chekov”
- “Fine Dining”
- “Game Time”
- “Eudora Welty”
- “Robert Penn Warren”
- “For Art’s Sake”
- “Charles Dickens”
- “The Holidays”
- “Mothers and Daughters”
Scenes and Songs
- See a clip of the sirens song from black odyssey (2019)
- See a clip of the sirens scene from black odyssey (2019)
- See a clip of the final scene from black odyssey (2019)
- See a clip from The Completely Fictional – Utterly True – Final Strange Tale of Edgar Allan Poe (2011)
- See another clip from The Completely Fictional – Utterly True – Final Stange Tale of Edgar Allan Poe (2011)
- See a clip from King Lear (2012 co-production with Dallas Theater Center)
- See a clip from The Grapes of Wrath (2013)
- See a clip from Julius Caesar (2015)
- See a clip from The Glass Menagerie (2015)
- See another clip from The Glass Menagerie (2015)
- See a clip from Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage (2016)
- See a clip from Oklahoma! (2016)
- See a clip from A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2017)
- See a clip from The Mountaintop (2017)
- See another clip from The Mountaintop (2017)
- See a clip from Ragtime (2018)
- See a clip from Fade (2019)
Your favorite classes at Trinity Rep – now online! All classes meet virtually and students must have access to the internet as well as audio and visual capabilities.
- Our Summer Actors Studio (SAS) and SAS, Jr. offer month-long programs in July for grades K-12 and graduating seniors. Find out more.
- Teachers and parents, looking for tools to engage your students while at home? Try our Educational Resources page.
- Commissioned artist Miranda Rose Hall shares her poem These Days
- In partnership with the Providence Public Library each month we’ll be holding a Virtual Knitting Circle. Upcoming dates: July 11 at 11:00 am. RSVP here.
- See the Brown/Trinity MFA class of 2020 performing contemporary monologues by clicking here.
How You Can Help
In uncertain times, so many of us have turned to live theater as a refuge – a place where we can gather with our fellow community members, share an experience, spend time with new characters, and engage with other worlds for a few hours. With the cancellation of the last two productions in our 2019-20 Season, we continue to move forward. In light of the recent times, help us be there for you when all of this is over by seeing our page on our current needs by clicking here.