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Theatre Review By DON FOWLER At the center of this provocative, pedantic play by Bertolt Brecht is the battle between science and religion. But the one-act, hour and a half play is about so much more, including power, persuasion, blind faith and, yes, more
By DON FOWLER I can tell you where I have been on every Labor Day weekend for the past 20 years: the Rhythm & Roots Festival. For me, Chuck Wentworth's Labor Day weekend extravaganza is not the end of summer; it is the beginning of a great new season of more
By DON FOWLER The Rhode Island International Film Festival is the only festival in the Northeast that qualifies short films for consideration for the Academy Awards. Last week, we viewed over 80 short films and three feature length films, spending eight- more
Trinity Rep invites the public to celebrate the upcoming theater season at its third annual Season Kick-Off Party, Sunday, September 10 from 12 to 7 p.m. Full of games, crafts, shopping, performances, and food, the event offers theater fans and families more
Area ballet students ages 7 to 17 are invited to audition on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 5 p.m. for Moscow Ballet Soloist and Audition Director Anna Radik at Host Dance Studio Massachusetts Dance Academy, 191 City Depot Road, Charlton. The Moscow Ballet audition more
2nd Story Theatre’s Artistic Director, Ed Shea, conceded to an opening night audience of John Van Druten’s “Bell, Book & Candle” that the last two plays at the Warren theatre were not that … more
Foxwoods Resort Casino, the Northeast's premier resort destination, is celebrating its 25th anniversary by continuing their commitment to local guests and offering an array of unparalleled experiences all year long. Throughout the month of May, Foxwoods more
By DON FOWLER There aren't very many groups that can claim over 50 years of entertaining audiences around the world. One of the best of the best is coming to East Greenwich's Odeum Theatre on May 18, and you don't want to miss the Country Music Hall of more
By DON FOWLER Oh, what a night! After 21 glorious years as music director of the Rhode Island Philharmonic, Larry Rachleff bid farewell to Rhode Island with a concert that had the sold-out audience on its collective feet, showing its appreciation for more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Julie Kramer's adaptation of Rona Jaffe's sultry and controversial fifties novel, while focusing on the problems of women in the workplace, seems rather tame these days. With Artistic Director Ed Shea's emphasis this season more
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