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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
Hamilton is one of the most popular plays on Broadway right now, winner of 11 awards in 2016, it sold out on Broadway for months. And when you look at what type of musical it is, there is no question … 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
By DON FOWLER One of only three guitar players that Chet Atkins had named certified guitar player, Australian born Tommy Emmanuel will play East Greenwich's Odeum Theatre on Saturday, June 17 at 8 p.m. Emmanuel lives in Nashville these days, spending more
By DON FOWLER Over 12,000 Rhode Island students, including hundreds from Cranston, joined the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra for four days of rocking" classical music at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Resident Conductor Francisco Noya and" more
The Silks album, “Turn Me On,” is music you can dance to. It’s the kind of music that fits in the background at backyard barbeques. The sound is a mixture of classic-rock, rock and roll and … more
By DON FOWLER Wyonna Judd began her solo career at the Warwick Musical Theatre, as mother Naomi retired. The Temptations and the Four Seasons were still performing together. WMT also had the Four Tops and the Marvelettes on a twin bill. Huey Lewis and more
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