Description and Mission
    TRI is three programs in one.  It is a mentoring program helping actors, directors, and playwrights form and operate new theater
    companies.  It is a training program offering classes and internships in acting, directing, playwriting, improvisation and theater
    management.  It is also a production company offering presentations ranging from student showcases and staged readings to
    fully mounted, fully advertised performances.  TRI is committed to affordable training, color-creative casting, socially relevant
    presentations and the participation by a wide range of ages and cultural backgrounds in projects offering personal growth while
    covering the full canon of dramatic literature.

    TRI’s mission is fully stated in its Articles of Incorporation:

    The specific and primary purposes for which this corporation is organized are to educate and enrich the general public in theater and literature.  
    The means for providing such education includes, but is not limited to:  maintaining facilities for instruction and public performances of theater
    and literary art forms and encouraging and facilitating cooperation between and among theater groups, literary groups, schools and other
    community organizations.


    Current TRI Supported Projects   

    The Gough Street Playhouse at Trinity Episcopal Church, host to two 501(c)(3) non-profit theaters.

                                      Custom Made Theatre Company  (CMTC)    and    Multi Ethnic Theater  (MET)

    TRI also supports three additional current projects.

    improvisation as part of the scripted theater and film rehearsal process

                            
 Theater of Others
                                      pay-what-you-will, Shakespeare, the classics and others

MULTI ETHNIC THEATER
THEATER RESIDENCIES, INCORPORATED (TRI)
MET is a project of Theater Residencies, Incorporated (TRI ), a California non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.