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I had some fun the other night watching a rehearsal of George Orwell’s “Animal Farm,” as imaged by Epic Theatre’s Kevin Broccoli. Broccoli obtained the rights to the stage version, with … more
Is there anybody out there who is not familiar with Harper Lee’s novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird?” If you lived north of the Mason-Dixon line, you read it in school. If you ever went to the … more
I have long been a fan of Festival Ballet’s “Up Close at Hope” series of classical and modern ballet programs. The formula is simple: Showcase many dancers in a variety of short programs (as … more
We sat in the upstairs Dowling Theatre at Trinity Rep last weekend for one of only three opportunities to see James Baldwin’s provocative play, “Blues For Mr. Charlie.” Performed by the same … more
The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra played at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet. The Irish Rovers were at the Providence Performing Arts Center, followed by yet another version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Cats.” … more
On the surface, Casey Kurtti’s “Catholic School Girls” looks like a silly satire of life at a parochial school. But underneath, there is poignancy, even a bit of mean-spiritedness, creeping … more
Nine-time Grammy Award winning singer and songwriter Norah Jones will perform the rare feat of appearing at both the Newport Folk Festival and Newport Jazz Festival on consecutive weekends this July. … more
The third annual Miss Rhode Island Italia pageant is now accepting applications for contestants. The unique celebration of Rhode Island’s Italian-American heritage will be held from 2 p.m. to 6 … more
In honor of Earth Day, Roger Williams Park Zoo hosts Party for the Planet, a full week of fun for families to share, presented by National Grid. This year’s event will celebrate the rich and … more
Artists’ Exchange is now accepting short play submissions for its 11th annual One Act Play Festival, hosted July 22-Aug. 13, at Theatre 82 & Character’s Café in Cranston. Being sought are … more
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