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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
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
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
I have been reviewing Trinity Rep’s “A Christmas Carol” every year for the past 40 years, and I always find something new and original from the director and the actor portraying Scrooge. I have … more
By DON FOWLER The Animals and The Yardbirds closed out the summer season at the Warwick Musical Theatre. The Annual Cajun and Bluegrass Festival was still at Stepping Stone Ranch in Escoheag, headlined once again by Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys. more
Review By DON FOWLER I spent Labor Day weekend at music lovers' paradise: the 20th Annual Rhythm & Roots Festival at Ninigret Park in Charlestown. Chuck Wentworth's extravaganza added a full day of music on Friday, drawing record crowds to hear a lineup more
Restaurant Review by Don Fowler The Iron Works Mill was the heartbeat of Warwick's manufacturing district back in the 19th century. Today, the meticulously restored building houses a modern tavern that has become the heartbeat of the rapidly developing more
Trinity Rep’s “Death of a Salesman” is so overpowering a piece of theatre, making it impossible for any companion play to measure up to its standards. Dominique Morisseau’s “Skeleton … more
Irish playwright Patricia Burke Brogan wrote an engagingly poignant play based on her experience as a nun in an infamous convent laundry. “Eclipsed” is set in Ireland in 1963, when unmarried … more
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