Welcome to Trinity Rep, Rhode Island's Tony Award-winning theater! For over 60 years, we've delivered high-quality performances, stellar educational opportunities and a sense of community to people of all ages across Rhode Island.

Each production in our upcoming 61st season asks when we should or shouldn't embrace change. How do we know when it's time to cut ties or grow deeper? When do we stay still? At what point do we decide to move on?

2024-25 Season subscriptions start at $115–$23 per show. You'll save more than 33% compared to single-ticket buyers. Other subscriber perks include free ticket exchanges, discounts on additional tickets, dining and parking; and early, discounted access to "A Christmas Carol" tickets. Click here to learn more about subscription packages.

Looking for single-show tickets? Those go on sale later this year. Whether you see one or all the shows, we can't wait for you to join us for the 2024-25 Season.

POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive

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Trinity Rep 24-25 POTUS

By Selina Fillinger
Directed by Curt Columbus
Running in rotating repertory with "Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watson – Apt. 2B"
September 5–22/October 10–27, 2024

A farcical break from the inevitable political chaos

Many of us are dreading the 2024 election, regardless of political beliefs. Why not look your fears dead in the eye and laugh at them with "POTUS?" When a presidential PR nightmare evolves into a global catastrophe, it's up to seven women in the commander-in-chief's inner circle to do damage control. That is if they don't drive each other off the rails first through a chaotic cocktail of increasingly absurd antics. Delightfully raunchy and uproariously funny, "POTUS" is a naughty political farce that'll have you rolling in the aisles!

"'POTUS'...is a winner!" – The Washington Post

Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watson - Apt. 2B

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Trinity Rep 24-25 Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watson

By Kate Hamill
Inspired by the stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Directed by Laura Kepley
Running in rotating repertory with "POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive"
October 3–November 17, 2024

A delightful murder-mystery-comedy

"The Hound of the Baskervilles" meets "Thelma & Louise" in this contemporary retelling of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's iconic mystery novels. Join brilliant, eccentric "deductive consultant" Sherlock Holmes and her American roommate Joan Watson as they crack cases in post-pandemic London. This quirky, clever buddy comedy from the playwright behind 2018's "Pride & Prejudice" is sure to delight hardcore Holmes fans and novice sleuths alike.

"Hamill's adaptations of the classics are endlessly ingenious ... whatever she decides to do, it will be worth seeing." – The Wall Street Journal

A Christmas Carol

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Trinity Rep 24-25 Christmas Carol

Adapted from the novella by Charles Dickens
Original music by Richard Cumming
Directed and adapted by Tatyana-Marie Carlo
Dates to be announced

Celebrating the holidays together

Everyone's favorite curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge, is back! The humbug's wrenching, covetous and cares more for money than all else. When the clock strikes midnight one fateful Christmas Eve, the ghost of Scrooge's old pal Marley pays a much overdue visit. Through a supernatural journey, Scrooge must confront the past, acknowledge the present and define the future for the good of the community – and Scrooge's very soul. A timeless holiday tale of redemption and joy, Trinity Rep's reimagined production of "A Christmas Carol" has been a beloved family tradition for over 45 years.

"Every year is a different and incredibly wonderful experience" – Broadway World

Someone Will Remember Us

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Trinity Rep 24-25 Someone Will Remember Us

By Deborah Salem Smith and Charlie Thurston
Created by Dr. Michelle Cruz, Deborah Salem Smith and Charlie Thurston
Directed by Christopher Windom
January 23–February 23, 2025

Reflecting on the ripples of conflict

In 2006, Trinity Rep told the true, poignant stories of Rhode Islanders deployed in Iraq with the play "Boots on the Ground." Nearly 20 years later, how does this legacy live on ... and what have we forgotten? "Someone Will Remember Us" interlaces the real-life testimonies of U.S. military veterans, Iraqi civilians, a Gold Star family and refugees living in New England. As military conflict wages on multiple fronts across the world, this production paints a moving portrait of the innumerable tolls of war, and how we find connection through it all.

""Boots on the Ground' is important ... It has things to tell us that we're not hearing anywhere else." – The Providence Journal

La Tempestad – The Tempest

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Trinity Rep 24-25 La Tempestad-The Tempest

By William Shakespeare
Translated and adapted by Orlando Hernández with Tatyana-Marie Carlo and Leandro "Kufa" Castro
Directed by Christie Vela
March 27–April 27, 2025

Decolonizing Shakespeare's "brave new world"

Shakespeare's familiar story of magic, betrayal, comedy and love is told through a compelling mix of The Bard's classic English, translated Spanish dialogue and projected subtitles so you can understand it all. "La Tempestad – The Tempest" purposefully weaves two languages to deconstruct the colonialist narratives, all while retaining the shipwreck, romance, magic and fantasy that make Shakespeare's final play so beloved. Originally presented in 2018 as a touring Teatro en El Verano production, "La Tempestad" is the first to transfer to Trinity Rep's main stage!

"A significant addition to the centuries-long tradition of interpreting Shakespeare" – New England Theater Geek

Blues for an Alabama Sky

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Trinity Rep 24-25 Blues for an Alabama Sky

By Pearl Cleage
Directed by Jackie Davis
May 29–June 29, 2025

Sacrifice and dreams in the Jazz Age

As the creative revolution of the Harlem Renaissance bleeds into the hardships of the Great Depression, four New York friends strive to achieve their dreams. But when Alabama migrant Leland Cunningham sets his eyes on the troubled blues singer Angel, their lives are changed forever. This intimate drama questions where the personal ends and the political begins, probes the intersection of life and art, and asks how we find meaning and direction in the most tumultuous of times.

"One of the best works of its decade" – Chicago Tribune

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