September 17, 2014
Entertainment
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“Man of la Mancha” returns to the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) in an all-new production of the Tony Award winning musical that has inspired audiences since the very first notes of … more
The spectacle and artistry of Rhode Island’s premier ballet company, Festival Ballet Providence, will take place in its annual production of one of the most timeless and magical holiday traditions, … more
Jack E. Curenton as Don Quixote in “Man of La …
“Man of La Mancha” returns to the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) in an all-new production of the Tony Award winning musical that has inspired audiences since the very first notes of … more
The Sunday School students at St. David’s on the Hill helped to mark St. David’s celebration of the Feast of the Epiphany, often known as Three Kings Day or the Feast of Three Kings, by … more
When America’s top figure skaters convene in Boston on Jan. 9 for the U.S. Championships, two things will be at stake – a trip to Sochi, Russia for the Winter Olympics and a coveted spot skating … more
The cast of “How I Became a Pirate,” …
Melinda Long’s best-selling book comes to life when Ocean State Theatre Company presents the unforgettable musical adventure “How I Became a Pirate” for one show only on Saturday, March 8, at … more
The University of Rhode Island Department of Music kicks off the winter-spring music season with two events in January. The URI Alumni Wind Ensemble will offer a free concert on Sunday, January 12 at … more
IFC Midnight, a program on the Independent Film Channel (IFC) on Cox Cable, has picked up the North American distribution rights to “Almost Human,” the alien abduction horror film and directorial … more
FRED SULLIVAN JR.
Trinity Repertory Company’s Fred Sullivan Jr., who recently won rave reviews for his portrayal as Scrooge in Trinity Rep’s holiday production of “A Christmas Carol,” will be starring as Max … more
2nd Story Theatre presents “Lobby Hero,” with …
Ed Shea’s dream to create a second stage at his Warren theatre to introduce contemporary plays has become a reality. Shea chose Kenneth Lonergan’s modern morality play, “Lobby Hero,” to open … more
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