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Two Leading Lights Of Prov Theater Have Passed

“I always say Eugene is the only actual genius I’ve worked with.” High praise coming from Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels speaking to the New York Times in 2014. Within the past week we have learned of the deaths of two of Trinity Rep’s pioneering members: Adrian Hall, their founding artistic director; and Eugene […]

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Student Playwriting Competition — Trinity Rep

Trinity Rep’s 12th annual Write Here! Write Now! playwriting competition for New England high school students, grades 9-12, is now accepting submissions. Students are invited to submit an original short play (approx. 6–10 pages) by March 1, 2023. Winners will be announced on April 7. The winners will then develop their plays through a workshop process. On

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Trinity Rep Playwriting Competition For High Schoolers

Trinity Rep’s eighth annual playwriting competition for New England High School students, Write Here! Write Now!, is accepting entries now through March 19. Submitted scripts are adjudicated through a blind submission process by a panel of Trinity Rep staff. Each year, four winners are selected with at least one winner from a Providence high school.

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Trinity Rep Kickoff Party

(9.10) Trinity Repertory Company is throwing a party to celebrate the start of its new season. The adjacent Adrian Hall Way will be cordoned off for scenes, soliloquies, and interactive installations. The ProJo reports, According to Rebecca Noon, Trinity’s community engagement coordinator, that involves cordoning off Adrian Hall Way . . . and inviting assorted

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The Mourners’ Bench Starts Wednesday

Wednesday’s opening of The Mourners’ Bench by George Brant at Trinity Rep will be a ‘Pay What You Can’ (PWYC) show. This third installment in Trinity’s ‘Three by Three in Rep’ program —  three world premieres playing in rotating repertory — will run through May 24. The Mourners’ Bench, directed by Michael Perlman, is a

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“Perfect Days: New Paintings by Michael Guy”

The BankRI Galleries present: BankRI Pitman Street Gallery: “Perfect Days: New Paintings by Michael Guy” March 3 through April 6, 2011. The branch is located at 137 Pitman Street in Providence. Hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday noon to 4 p.m.  For more

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Bewitching Crucible Poster Art

This image really speaks to me. It stands on its own as a captivating work of art, but it also succeeds as the startling and creepy promotional poster for Trinity Rep’s current production of The Crucible — Arthur Miller’s telling of the Salem witch trials, considered an allegory for the communist hysteria of the 50’s.

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Also Tonight

Lots of stuff tonight: Dining Out For Life is happening tonight.  A bunch of restaurants got together and agreed to donate 25% of tonight’s sales (excluding liquor) to AIDS Project RI.  So lay off the cocktails and get some dessert, in other words. Participating restaurants this year include India, Blaze, Minerva’s, Taste of India, CAV,

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Viewer as Voyeur: Trinity’s “Raisin in the Sun” Explodes with Emotion

I’ve been to a lot of live theater in my lifetime, and while I enjoy much of it, I generally prefer opera for the sheer emotive power song brings to a story. With Joe Wilson‘s performance in the Trinity Rep’s production of Raisin in the Sun, I felt uncomfortably close to the emotion of the

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