Trinity Rep is proud to announce that Associate Artistic Director Tyler Dobrowsky has been named to Providence Business News 2012 40 Under Forty award list.
Dobrowsky has been a member of the Trinity Rep education and artistic teams since 2003. During his tenure as Education Director, he was instrumental in the expansion of the Young Actors Studio after-school and summer arts programs for children in grades K-12. Also during that time, he was responsible for strengthening Trinity Rep’s landmark Project Discovery program, which has enabled over one million students throughout New England to discover live theater since its inception in 1966.
In 2010 he was named to his current position as Associate Artistic Director. He co-directed It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play alongside Artistic Director Curt Columbus, and then directed the show's return engagement in 2011. Most recently, he co-directed the world premiere of Love Alone with playwright Deborah Salem Smith for its critically acclaimed run as part of Three by Three in Rep. Dobrowsky is set to direct the theater's annual holiday production of A Christmas Carol this winter. Tyler received his MA in Education Policy from Brown University, and studied history, theater and Russian at Holy Cross. He teaches for the Brown University/Trinity Rep MFA Program, and Trinity Rep's seasonal educational programs for children and adults.
Providence Business News’s 40 Under Forty winners are selected based on career success and community involvement. All are young professionals who have made a commitment to making a difference on a local, national or international scale. More than 100 men and women were nominated for the 2012 class; they will be honored at the Providence Business News’s 40 Under Forty reception at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport on July 26, and profiled in the PBN’s July 30 issue.
Trinity Repertory Company
Since its founding in 1963, Trinity Repertory Company has been one of the most respected regional theaters in the country. Featuring the last permanent resident Acting Company in America, Trinity Rep presents a balance of world premiere, contemporary, and classic works for an estimated annual audience of approximately 120,000. In its 49-year history, the theater has produced 58 world premieres, mounted national and international tours, and, through its MFA program, trained hundreds of new actors and directors. This season marks the 46th year of Project Discovery, Trinity Rep's pioneering educational outreach program. Each year, Trinity Rep’s educational programs reach nearly 15,000 Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut students through matinees as well as in-school residencies and workshops. Brown University/Trinity Rep offers professional training for actors and directors in a three-year MFA program. Trinity Rep's 49th Season will present seven subscription productions alongside the annual holiday production of A Christmas Carol. The 2012-2013 Season opens with a co-production with Dallas Theater Center of King Lear by William Shakespeare, The How and the Why by Sarah Treem, Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, adapted by Curt Columbus and Marilyn Campbell, Social Creatures by Jackie Sibblies Drury and House & Garden, an epic duo of interconnected plays by Alan Ayckbourn performed simultaneously in our upstairs and downstairs theaters. For more information, call the box office at (401) 351-4242 or visit Trinity Rep's website at www.trinityrep.com.