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Subscribers get early access to tickets for A Christmas Carol.

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company Join us for our

2014–2015

Become asubscriber!

season!

Our best seats, your best value — up to 30% off individual ticket prices! • Reserved VIP seating

for every subscription show, yours to renew or upgrade.

• All subscribers enjoy…

• the best seats at the best prices and no per-ticket handling fees • free ticket date exchanges — online, by phone, by fax or in person • discounts on additional tickets • deals for nearby parking & dining • early access to our digital programs for each production • backstage passes and exclusive invitations to special events

• Plus, you’re first in line for A Christmas Carol.

Last year’s shows sold out — be sure to lock in your seats early!

by phone: (401) 351-4242 online: www.trinityrep.com by e-mail: boxoffice@trinityrep.com in person: 201 Washington St., Providence, RI 02

by Charles Dickens adapted by Adrian Hall and Richard Cumming November 8 – December 31, 2014 Trinity Rep’s acclaimed annual production of this holiday family classic has completely sold out the past three years — be sure to buy early! above right to left: Stephen Thorne, Ben Chase, Joe Wilson, Jr. & William John Austin in A Christmas Carol. COVER: Phyllis Kay & Fred Sullilvan, Jr. in House & Garden. Photos by Mark Turek. inside: House Manager Ted Chylack and volunteer usher Sally Curtis. Photo by Erin X. Smithers


the plays

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Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon

Hilarious, sweet and ultimately moving, Barefoot in the Park tells the story of two newlyweds: Paul, a buttoned-down lawyer, and Corie, his free-spirited wife, as they learn to love each other for who they are. From one of the funniest, most beloved playwrights of his generation, Barefoot in the Park is romantic delight not to be missed.

by Tennessee Williams directed by Brian Mertes

Perhaps one of the greatest American plays ever written, this classic from the brilliant Tennessee Williams is a dazzling, poetic masterpiece about longing, unfulfilled dreams and the power of memory.

by Anton Chekhov translated by Curt Columbus directed by Brian McEleney World Premiere!

In this fascinating early work by Anton Chekhov, we see the union of humor and pathos that would become his trademark. In a sparkling “I used to work a lot and think new translation by Curt a lot, and I never felt tired. Columbus (who’s Chekhov translations have been Now, I do nothing, I think nothing, and I’m exhausted.” proclaimed by Variety as “savvy, clear, fair-minded and right-headed”) and helmed by Brian McEleney (The Grapes of Wrath), Trinity Rep proudly opens it’s 51st season with a fresh new take on a play whose title character is often referred to as “the comic Russian Hamlet.” (The Guardian)

The Glass Menagerie

A Flea in Her Ear

by Georges Feydeau

Middletown

by Will Eno directed by Curt Columbus

“Middletown. Population: stable; elevation: same. The main street is called Main Street. The side streets are named after trees. Things are fairly predictable. People come, people go. Crying, by the way, in both directions.”

This is how we are introduced to the eponymous town in Will Eno’s bittersweet gem, which has universally been hailed as one of the best plays of the past few years. “Middletown glimmers from start to finish with tart, funny, gorgeous little comments on big things: the need for love and forgiveness, the search for meaning in life, the long, lonely ache of disappointment.” (The New York Times) top left & right: Stephen Thorne, Anne Scurria & Nikki Massoud in The Grapes of Wrath. center: Mia Ellis & Joe Wilson, Jr. in Intimate Apparel. bottom left & right: Brian McEleney, Janice Duclos, Tangela Large & Phyllis Kay in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike; Charlie Thurston & Rebecca Gibel in Social Creatures. Photos by Mark Turek.

Slamming doors. Mistaken identities. Rendezvous gone awry. When the wife of an insurance magnate thinks her husband is cheating on her, she decides to catch him in the act… only to turn their world riotously upside down. Prepare to be delighted by this wildly funny French “My husband is deceiving me… farce. “Where does and I’ve decided to expose the one begin in praising whole thing!” Feydeau? Perhaps with the thrift and beauty of his plotting…the result is a heartlessly funny evening of whirlwind insanity.” (The Guardian)

Melancholy Play: a new chamber piece

by Sarah Ruhl with music by Todd Almond World Premiere!

M e e t T i l l y. S h e ’s depressed. She’s so fantastically, alluringly depressed, in fact, that everyone can’t help falling in love with her, including her therapist and her bank teller. But what happens when their love actually makes Tilly… happy? Trinity Rep is proud to premiere this new musical comedy from Sarah Ruhl, with beautiful music by Todd Almond. Plays subject to change

“Do you ever have the feeling, when you wake up in the morning, that you’re in love but you don’t know with what?”


Subscribers get early access to tickets for A Christmas Carol.

trinity repertory

company Join us for our

2014–2015

Become asubscriber!

season!

Our best seats, your best value — up to 30% off individual ticket prices! • Reserved VIP seating

for every subscription show, yours to renew or upgrade.

• All subscribers enjoy…

• the best seats at the best prices and no per-ticket handling fees • free ticket date exchanges — online, by phone, by fax or in person • discounts on additional tickets • deals for nearby parking & dining • early access to our digital programs for each production • backstage passes and exclusive invitations to special events

• Plus, you’re first in line for A Christmas Carol.

Last year’s shows sold out — be sure to lock in your seats early!

by phone: (401) 351-4242 online: www.trinityrep.com by e-mail: boxoffice@trinityrep.com in person: 201 Washington St., Providence, RI 02

by Charles Dickens adapted by Adrian Hall and Richard Cumming November 8 – December 31, 2014 Trinity Rep’s acclaimed annual production of this holiday family classic has completely sold out the past three years — be sure to buy early! above right to left: Stephen Thorne, Ben Chase, Joe Wilson, Jr. & William John Austin in A Christmas Carol. COVER: Phyllis Kay & Fred Sullilvan, Jr. in House & Garden. Photos by Mark Turek. inside: House Manager Ted Chylack and volunteer usher Sally Curtis. Photo by Erin X. Smithers


Subscribers get early access to tickets for A Christmas Carol.

trinity repertory

company Join us for our

2014–2015

Become asubscriber!

season!

Our best seats, your best value — up to 30% off individual ticket prices! • Reserved VIP seating

for every subscription show, yours to renew or upgrade.

• All subscribers enjoy…

• the best seats at the best prices and no per-ticket handling fees • free ticket date exchanges — online, by phone, by fax or in person • discounts on additional tickets • deals for nearby parking & dining • early access to our digital programs for each production • backstage passes and exclusive invitations to special events

• Plus, you’re first in line for A Christmas Carol.

Last year’s shows sold out — be sure to lock in your seats early!

by phone: (401) 351-4242 online: www.trinityrep.com by e-mail: boxoffice@trinityrep.com in person: 201 Washington St., Providence, RI 02

by Charles Dickens adapted by Adrian Hall and Richard Cumming November 8 – December 31, 2014 Trinity Rep’s acclaimed annual production of this holiday family classic has completely sold out the past three years — be sure to buy early! above right to left: Stephen Thorne, Ben Chase, Joe Wilson, Jr. & William John Austin in A Christmas Carol. COVER: Phyllis Kay & Fred Sullilvan, Jr. in House & Garden. Photos by Mark Turek. inside: House Manager Ted Chylack and volunteer usher Sally Curtis. Photo by Erin X. Smithers


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