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The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (the Gamm) kicks off the holiday season with the production of It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play. This holiday play will be held from December 5 and continue through Dec. 22. Tickets are $45 for adults, $20 for more
Providence instrumental shredders Geo Trio, which includes Cranston native Matthew Knippel on bass, will be supplying musical accompaniment to go along with the libations. more
The highly acclaimed musical “Come From Away” came roaring into Rhode Island this week, warming the audience with its positive message about “doing unto others as you would have them do unto you.” more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER It ain't easy being a female adolescent. Author Clare Barron, one of the hot young playwrights today, has provided two different plays to Wilbury Theatre: "e;Dance Nation"e; and "e;You Get Older,"e; which are being presented in more
The second annual Holiday Bazaar happening at Buttonwoods Brewery, located at 530 Wellington Ave. in Cranston, offers a prime opportunity to participate in Small Business Saturday. more
Joyce and I have seen every version of Trinity Rep’s “A Christmas Carol” over the past 42 years, and every one has been different. But not as different as this year’s version, directed by … more
Robert Askins’ “Hand To God” is one of the most shockingly hilarious plays I have seen in many a year. Set in a church basement, the play involves a teacher (Melissa Penick), a pastor … more
By DON FOWLER Canadian conductor Tania Miller took over the Rhode Island Philharmonic podium for Bramwell Tovey with two weeks' notice, as the conductor was being treated for cancer. Tovey chose the program, reflecting the theme of veterans, especially more
From 2010 to 2016, The Spot was an epicenter for culture, creativity and musical excellence in Providence. The Spot was a vital part of the resurgence of the city's music scene at the start of the decade, providing a venue for both local more
Writer/Director Kevin Broccoli describes his new play, “Paint,” as “a star vehicle, ensemble piece, science fiction story, a play about mothers and daughters, muses and inspiration, the Civil … more
Dean Petrella and The Complaints have played legendary venues and worked with prominent producers over the course of their career. The group performs weekly at Escada Restaurant & Bar in Johnston. more
The term “family entertainment” usually turns out to be a way to promote a kid’s show that parents suffer through. Not so with Disney’s highly entertaining Broadway musical … more
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