Rebecca Noon is the Community Engagement Coordinator at Trinity Rep in Providence, and a creator-producer of original work and community events. As the Community Engagement Coordinator, she’s instigated several new initiatives including an annual statewide season kickoff party, Trinity Rep’s Every 28 Hours and subsequent One-Minute-Play Festival, America Too, and Shakespeare en el Verano, as well as partnerships with RI Latino Arts, RI Jobs with Justice, the Naval War College, Radia Herbs, Daughters of the American Revolution, RI Black Storytellers, the Wild Plant Society, Bar Association, Wheaton College, Mt Holyoke Alumni Association, and the Veterans Theater Institute. Rebecca teaches physical theater and acting to students of all ages, and runs a small devising ensemble, Strange Attractor Theatre with collaborators from Providence, Philadelphia, and Juneau, AK. Since 2010, they have created original shows and experiences in their three hometowns, supported by various producers, state funders, national organizations, and audiences. Rebecca holds a BFA in Acting from the College of Santa Fe and an MFA in Lecoq Based Actor Created Physical Theatre from the London International School of Performing Arts and was the 2015 RI State Council on the Arts Merit Playwriting Fellow and 2017 RISCA Playwriting Fellow.
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