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

Sponsored by Washington Trust

A new episode will stream live on Facebook each Thursday night at 7:30 with Trinity Rep Artistic Director Curt Columbus and special guests.

Upcoming Discussions

  • July 23 – Topic and guests TBA

Past Discussions

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.

Blog Posts and Other Writings


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:

Scenes and Songs

Virtual Classes

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.

Educational Resources

  • Teachers and parents, looking for tools to engage your students while at home? Try our Educational Resources page.

Additional Fun

  • 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.