Tag Archive: TrinityRep

‘Oklahoma!’ is a bright, bold re-telling of classic

PROVIDENCE – There’s a bright golden haze on the meadow, and it’s Richard and Sharon Jenkins’ bold new production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” at the Trinity Repertory Company. The exclamation point really… Continue reading

Goodbye, Columbus: Those wacky, wild Spaniards

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – As historical figures, both Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella have been in sore need of some PR repair after the full extent of what really happened more than five centuries… Continue reading

Come be transformed by Trinity’s ‘Christmas Carol’

PROVIDENCE – A decade is a nice run. After twenty years, you can certainly be called a tradition. After 38 years, you’ve probably earned the right to be called a holiday institution. Trinity… Continue reading

There’s not enough there there in ‘Middletown’

PROVIDENCE — Will Eno’s “Middletown” is a place with quirky and interesting characters, but in the production directed by Curt Columbus at the Trinity Repertory Theatre, it’s hard to find a there there. … Continue reading

‘Barefoot’ is simple Simon, but it’s still great fun

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — It seems the plays of the prolific Neil Simon have fallen out of the rotation of many theater companies in recent years. So much so, I have a hard time… Continue reading