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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
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
Multi-platinum international music sensation Celtic Woman supports its newest album, Voices of Angels, with a world tour that celebrates the music of the Emerald Isle with beauty and grace" (News & Observer). Receiving standing ovations with every" 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
Jonathan Edwards, an American folk legend, is gracing the stage again. The man behind the 1972 hit single “Sunshine” will be performing at the Courthouse Center for the Arts on Saturday, … 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
By DON FOWLER Rhode Island theatre-goers will remember the name Bill Whitehead Jr. The LaSalle Academy and Barrington College graduate is best known for his many years of work with East Greenwich's Academy Players and Tommy Brent's Theatre-by-the-Sea more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER British Playwright Harold Pinter's dark and intense look at a totally dysfunctional family is a gem in the world of theatre. Critics, scholars and audiences around the world have studied, dissected and found different more
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