Trinity Rep's 60th Anniversary season begins in just a few weeks! Join the Tony Award-winning State Theater of Rhode Island in a celebration of community and family from September 2023 through June 2024.

Season subscription packages are available for purchase now and start at $115 for one package of tickets to all five shows, plus a range of exclusive perks. Visit for more information. Additionally, in celebration of the 60th anniversary, all subscribers will receive a commemorative tote.

Single-performance tickets for "The Good John Proctor," "Becky Nurse of Salem," and "La Broa' (Broad Street)" are on sale now. Tickets for August Wilson's "Fences" and "La Cage aux Folles" will go on sale Wednesday, Nov. 1. Season subscribers can purchase "A Christmas Carol" tickets at a discount. Tickets for the holiday classic are on sale now.

This season also includes new discounts for teens, seniors, students, teachers, veterans and active-duty military. Also new this season are Neighborhood Nights, in which patrons can get a discount on select performances based on where they live in Rhode Island. For more information, visit

Trinity Rep's 2023–24 Season is sponsored by the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA). Southwest Airlines is the official airline of Trinity Rep.

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The Good John Proctor

Trinity Rep The Good John Proctor 23-24 season

By Talene Monahon
Directed by Kimberly Senior
Running in rotating repertory with "Becky Nurse of Salem"
Sept. 7–15 / Sept. 28–Nov. 12, 2023

A chillingly memorable prequel

Perhaps you recall the young women who led the "witch hunt" in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible." But did you know that in reality, "temptress" Abigail Williams was just an 11-year-old girl? Her cousin Betty Parris was an imaginative 9-year-old, while Mercy Lewis was an anxiety-ridden child seeking refuge in alcohol, and Mary Warren an epileptic orphan. When Abigail begins working for 60-year-old farmer John Proctor, their lives unravel from playing with poppets and churning butter into something unexpected. "The Good John Proctor" reexamines the Salem Witch Trials through the eyes of the four young girls at its center.

The Supporting Sponsor for this production is James DeRentis, The Providence Real Estate Guy.

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Becky Nurse of Salem

Trinity Rep Becky Nurse of Salem 23-24 Season

By Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Curt Columbus
Running in rotating repertory with "The Good John Proctor"
Sept. 21–Nov. 10, 2023

A bewitching black comedy

Life's not so charming for Becky Nurse, a modern descendant of an executed Salem "witch." She's been fired from her job, troubled by her granddaughter's boyfriend, is pining for a married man, and taking pain pills to cope after her daughter's overdose. To reverse her bad fortune, she consults an eccentric local witch ... leading to shocking, funny and even disturbing results. Becky's life transforms into a messy dark comedy that explores how far one woman will go to hold onto what she holds dear. Playwright Sarah Ruhl returns to Trinity Rep's stage with this enchanted exploration of what is real, what is right and what is redemptive.

The Supporting Sponsor for this production is James DeRentis, The Providence Real Estate Guy.

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A Christmas Carol

Trinity Rep A Christmas Carol 23-24 Season

By Charles Dickens
Original music by Richard Cumming
Directed and adapted by Stephen Thorne
Nov. 9–Dec. 31, 2023

Celebrating the holidays together

Everyone's favorite curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge, is back. He is a wrenching, covetous, mean old man, caring more for money than the good of his family or neighbors. 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 his past, acknowledge his present, and define his future for the good of his community and his very soul. A timeless holiday tale of redemption and joy, Trinity Rep's reimagined production of "A Christmas Carol" has been a beloved New England family tradition for over 45 years!

The Presenting Sponsor for this production is Cardi's Furniture & Mattresses.

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La Broa' (Broad Street)

Trinity Rep La Broa 23-24 season

By Orlando Hernandez
Inspired by "Latino History of Rhode Island: Nuestras Raíces" by Marta V. Martínez
Directed by Tatyana-Marie Carlo
Jan. 18–Feb. 18, 2024

Local stories, local communities

Doña Rosa's Market on La Broa' (Providence's Broad Street) is where Latine Rhode Islanders have gathered for decades. It is there that they share their stories — from the experience of recent immigration to those of Americans whose threads stretch much further back. These real-life stories are heartbreaking, heartwarming and hilarious. "La Broa' (Broad Street)" draws from the true tales of Latine Rhode Islanders who have made this place their home, as documented by Marta V. Martínez in the oral history "Nuestras Raíces (Our Roots)". This world premiere is joyful and touching and presented in Spanish and English; it speaks to what connects us at our core, and what keeps us going each day.

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August Wilson's Fences

Trinity Rep Fences 23-24 season

Directed by Christopher Windom
March 21–April 28, 2024

An iconic American playwright's magnum opus

What is perhaps August Wilson's most well-known play may also be his most powerful. In segregated 1957 Pittsburgh, former Negro League baseball player Troy Maxson is now scraping by as a sanitation worker. Once a towering figure in his community, he now only exerts control over his wife and two sons. Troy's desire to protect his loved ones from oppression grows warped by his stubbornness and pride. A devastating look at a man and his family's strained relationships, "Fences" is a must-see Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, returning to the Trinity Rep stage for the first time in over 30 years.

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La Cage aux Folles

Trinity Rep La Cage aux Folles 23-24 season

Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman
Book by Harvey Fierstein
Adapted from "La Cage aux Folles" by Jean Poiret
Directed by Taavon Gamble
May 30–June 30, 2024

The everlasting hit musical about embracing who you are

This Best Musical Tony-winner follows Georges, the proprietor of a drag club, and his husband, Albin, the star attraction. When Georges' son announces his engagement to the daughter of a homophobic politician, Georges plans to closet himself for a family dinner. But Albin, knowing the importance of staying true to yourself, has other ideas ... and hijinks ensue. "La Cage aux Folles" is funny, genuine and full of show-stopping numbers. It is sure to lead to "The Best of Times!"

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