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Alyssa Gorgone and David Demato star as Cathy and …
There are two sides to every love story. There is also a beginning and an end. Ocean State Theatre Company lets us in on the intimate “Last Five Years” of a relationship between a writer and … more
* * * (Long, disjointed artist biography) Timothy Spall gives a marvelous performance as J.M.W. Turner, the eccentric 19th century English landscape artist. The opening scene sets the … more
HOPPING GOOD TIME: Roger Williams Park Zoo will …
Roger Williams Park Zoo offers two fun experiences to start off your family’s spring fun. The annual Egg Hunt Safari will take place on Sunday, March 29, and the popular “Visits with the Easter … more
Roger Williams Park Zoo can help beat winter cabin fever with fun environmental education programs for all ages.   Parents with young toddlers will enjoy the Zoo’s Preschool Adventures classes, … more
BLUE MAN GROUP
I first saw Blue Man Group at the Charles Theatre in Boston, where I was blown away by one of the most unique shows I have ever seen. I sat down the next morning to write my review and quickly … more
Ed Shea portrays an international literary figure …
Take four promising writing students, put them in a room with an arrogant, critical, obnoxious teacher, and watch the sparks fly and the egos deflate. Theresa Rebeck’s smart and sassy … more
* * * * (Studio musicians documentary) While at the Avon for “Mr. Turner,” we watched a long line forming for “The Wrecking Crew,” a documentary about studio musicians of the late … more
“Guys and Dolls” was the featured musical at the Providence Performing Arts Center. I miss the “mooseloaf” at the old Bugaboo Creek. Stuffies Bar and Grill opened on Atwood Ave. in … more
COREY LEDET
While it is almost as cold in New Orleans for this year’s Mardi Gras celebration, three of the greatest Cajun/Zydeco bands in the country are on their way to Cranston’s Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet for … more
From left, Tony Mitchell as Rashad observes the …
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Jeff Stetson’s two-man, one-act play about a fictional meeting between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X is given a tight, taut, tense interpretation by … more
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