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Sister is back! But make no mistake about it. “Sister’s Easter Catechism: Will My Bunny Go to Heaven?” is renting Trinity’s downstairs theatre; it is not a Trinity production. Following … more
Disney’s “The Lion King” has roared back to the Providence Performing Arts Center for the third time and an unprecedented three-week run. We came back, as did many others who filled the … more
Nicky Silver’s radically funny morality play, brilliantly directed by Vince Petronio and acted by an ensemble of five talented actors, had the press night audience in hysterics at Burbage … more
Kevin Doyle's Roscommon Soles performers will take to the stage March 11 and 12 at the Greenwich Odeum in East Greenwich, with the newest version of a show inspired by their Library of Congress performance in honor of Doyle's award as a National Heritage more
If you like thought-provoking, absorbing theatre, then Ocean State Theatre Company’s production of “Inherit the Wind” is the play you should see. Director Fred Sullivan Jr., a mainstay at … more
St. David's on the Hill, 200 Meshanticut Valley Parkway, Cranston, will hold its Grannie's Attic Indoor Yard Sale and Holiday on the Hill Bazaar Nov. 12 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Featuring jewelry, baked goods, Christmas items, knitted items, Elsie's tea with more
Ocean State Theatre’s production of “Inherit the Wind” is blessed with 21 actors, many from Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts. Gunnar Manchester was born in Cranston, went to school in … more
Wear your party hat and step back into Prohibition at Artists’ Exchange’s interactive Mob Murder Mystery, “Speakeasy Slasher,” an original production presented March 17-25 at Theatre 82 & … more
The Rhode Island community will get a special sneak peek at the 17th World War II Documentary film produced by Tim Gray Media and the World War II Foundation on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Veterans Memorial … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER John Patrick Shanley’s “parable,” set in the 1960s, is as relevant today as it was back then. From the opening line, spoken by Father Flynn (Greg London), … more
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