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Resident acting company members Angela Brazil as Mrs.Van Buren and Mia Ellis as Esther in "Intimate Apparel," by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage.

Trinity’s ‘Intimate Apparel’ a discreetly revealing character-driven drama

Trinity’s ‘Intimate Apparel’ a discreetly revealing character-driven drama

The place and the time is the New York City of 1905 and as we observe this scene in the downstairs theatre at Trinity Rep what we see is a collage of small set pieces, interior views of the domiciles the denizens of the era reside in, ranging from rooming to town house. The wide

Eight-year-old Nicholas Maltais (center) plays Tiny Tim and several other parts in Trinity Repertory Co.'s production of "A Christmas Carol." He's being held by Fred Sullivan, Jr. as Scrooge. Photo by Mark Turek.

‘Tiny Tim’ introduces Tiverton boy to acting

TIVERTON — Before he got the acting bug, 8-year-old Nicholas Maltais of Tiverton was planning on becoming a software engineer. But now that he’s starring as Tiny Tim in Trinity Repertory Co.‘s annual holiday production of “A Christmas Carol,” he’s had to rethink his career plans. “Probably, I’m going to do both,” said Nicholas, a third-grade


Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

Trinity Rep continues their 50th anniversary season with the New England premiere of Christopher Durang’s smash-hit comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, starring Masha (Phyllis Kay) and Spike (Mark Larson). Taking takes his cue from some of Anton Chekhov’s most recognizable characters, Durang wickedly adds more than a dash of pop culture, a


A pitch-perfect ‘Christmas Carol’

Trinity Rep proudly continues the celebration of their 50th season with one of their finest presentations of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” to date, featuring Fred Sullivan, Jr. as Scrooge with Barbara Meek (right). Directed by Tyler Dobrowsky, this heartwarming story of the power of forgiveness shows us that anything is possible, and hope is

Charlie Thurston as Mr. Smith and Becky Gibel as Mrs. Smith in the world premiere of Social Creatures

“Zombie Prevention” blood drive at Trinity Rep nets free tickets for donors

Trinity Repertory Company is out for blood. In tandem with their post-apocalyptic zombie-dramedy Social Creatures, they are partnering with the RI Blood Center for a “Zombie Prevention” Blood Drive  on Friday, March 15 from 2:30-5:30 p.m. at Trinity Repertory Company, 201 Washington St, Providence, to raise awareness and urge donations. “Social Creatures is a play