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John O’Hurley sat patiently in the lobby of the Providence Performing Arts Center, fielding questions from radio, TV and newspaper reporters, each given 15 minutes to interview the popular star of … more
By DON FOWLER Cranston's Epic Theatre brings us a tense psychological/sociological/political one-act play that will challenge your emotions and feelings for the four characters that interact with each other in the workplace. The setting is Dr. Williams' more
By DON FOWLER Gerard and Carol Pellegrino have looked forward to June every year for the past 10 years. Along with an active volunteer Board of Directors, led by Executive Director Emily Atkinson, the Warwick couple has been deeply involved in the more
Winning participants from Season 7 of America's Got Talent, The Olate Dogs will take to The VETS stage in Providence Saturday, July 15 at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at TheVetsRI.com, by calling 421-ARTS (2787) or in person more
I’m walking out of the downstairs theatre at 2nd Story, when longtime theatre critic/director/teach-er/actor Tony Annicone reminds me that I reviewed this same play, “Murder at the Howard … 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
By DON FOWLER Is there a woman out there who didn't read Louisa May Alcott's Little Women" as a young girl? The musical version of the 1869 semi-autobiographical novel is getting a sweet and spirited interpretation at Warwick's Ocean State Theatre" more
The Wheel is an up-and-coming band made up of five high school buddies. Originally from North Kingstown, these guys have written, performed, and produced some of the most fabulous, new, rocking music around town, and they are already being talked about more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Pawtucket's Community Players is only eight years older than songwriter Tom Lehrer, entering their 96th season and providing a bit of nostalgic TomFoolery" with their 360th production. If you were around in the fifties and" more
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