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David Adjmi’s very dark parody of the old TV comedy “Three’s Company” became involved in a lawsuit over copyright issues, winning its case back in 2012. Any similarity between Adjimi’s … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Theater lovers throughout Rhode Island have reason to rejoice, as the board of directors of The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre announced they will be coming to Warwick in 2018. more
My granddaughter was frolicking in the playground at the Burger King on Pontiac Avenue, much like her own daddy used to frolic when he was her age. I sat in “my” seat in the corner against the … more
The Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) announced that a new official mobile app for the Theatre is available for free and immediate download via Google Play or the App Store. The new and improved PPAC mobile app is designed by Hopscotch, a more
After winning awards and critical acclaim in the Broadway smash hit Hamilton: An American Musical, Leslie Odom Jr. could have done anything. Doors opened, opportunities arose, but it is sharing his love for jazz that has taken the spotlight. He recorded more
The Community College of Rhode Island Players will present their first Summer Repertory series, performing “Twelfth Night or What You Will” and “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark,” at … more
A free Cajun music camp at the Rhythm & Roots Festival is open to all children 8-18, even if their families are not attending the annual music and dance festival at Ninigret Park over Labor Day Weekend. Kids can learn to play, sing and perform more
If last Saturday’s performance of Chris Botti and his band is any indication of what is in store this October at Cranston’s Park Theatre, we are in for some big time entertainment. Botti and … more
Book Review By DON FOWLER Warwick author Gerald M. Carbone was hired by Henry Sharpe Jr. and his wife Peggy to write the story of Brown & Sharpe, the machine tools manufacturer that the family had owned for over 150 years. They told me that their family" more
Set in the far corner of Wilbury Theatre’s expansive new “playground,” Harold Pinter’s classic psychological drama, “The Caretaker,” is given a compelling production by three talented … more
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