Once again Trinity Repertory Company examines Shakespeare; but this time is quite different. Taking a strong female character that appears in no less than four plays sounds like a daunting task. But they succeed brilliantly with "By the Queen."
In "Faith Healer," Irish dramatist Brian Friel ("Dancing at Lughnasa," "Molly Sweeney") explores the lives of the title character, Frank Hardy, a complicated man whose gifts may or not be real.
The Gamm is certainly on its way to making this another Holiday tradition, just as Trinity Repertory Company has with its "Christmas Carol."
The beginning of November means a return of a Rhode Island tradition: Trinity Rep's latest version of "A Christmas Carol." It has been part of the yearly lineup for over forty years, always changing, ever a new experience for audiences.
Matthew Lopez's "The Inheritance Part Two" concludes the story of four men (two couples) and their friends as they navigate relationships, adversity, disease, and tragedy in 21st century New York.
The Gamm Theatre and Artistic Director Tony Estrella open their 38th season with a shockingly relevant and timely work about war, storytelling and history.
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