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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
Foxwoods Resort Casino has ushered in a new era of gaming with the wildly successful grand opening of PLAY Arena @ Foxwoods. As an immersive, multi-sensory environment, PLAY brings together the latest trends in gaming, interactivity and entertainment to more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER There is no question that Kevin Broccoli is a theatrical genius. A bit crazy, offbeat and eccentric for sure, but a genius when it comes to writing, producing, directing and acting. Broccoli and his Epic Theatre Company is more
The Rhode Island Civic Chorale and Orchestra with Edward Markward as Music Director, will hold its final concert of its 60th Anniversary season, “Glorious Brahms, A Requiem for the Living” on … more
By DON FOWLER The big disaster movie of the year was “Volcano” with Tommy Lee Jones and Anne Heche. Mike Myers starred in “Austin Powers,” one of the dumbest comedies of the year. Robin … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER “The Red Tent,” New York Times bestseller by Anita Diamant, has been adapted and directed for the stage by Ricardo Pitts-Wiley at Mixed Magic Theatre. Dinah, … more
Truman Capote’s novella, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” was brought to the screen in 1961, starring Audrey Hepburn in her most famous role as Holly Golightly. Richard Greenberg adapted it for … more
By DON FOWLER Cranston author and college professor Kevin Olson has planned a staged reading of a new play, “And Then What? The Children of Velvela and Sheima Ortel Auerbakh” at AS220, … more
The Community Players wrap up their 96th season with the classic comedy, “You Can’t Take it With You,” directed by Pawtucket resident Patricia Hawk-ridge. Meet the Sycamore family, a … more
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