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Broadway’s smash comedy “Something Rotten” has taken off across the country with its three top stars continuing their roles to standing ovations. I caught up with Rob McLure, who plays Nick … more
Ricardo Pitts-Wiley has dusted off two historic short plays from the 1930s by Zora Neale Hurston and given them a realistic production at his Mixed Magic Theatre in Pawtucket. “Sweat” stars … more
Festival Ballet Providence announces final performance for Alan Alberto, company member since 2012. Alan Alberto, Company dancer with Festival Ballet Providence (FBP) since 2012, will perform with the Company for the last time later this month, dancing more
The spring tautog season opened early this year on April 1, but few fish have been caught with no reports of keeper size fish being taken. The water is still cold, 42 degrees at Narragansett Pier and Sunday in Greenwich Bay the surface temperature was 52 more
Every four years, the Winter Olympics give us a chance to revel in the performances of our favorite athletes, as well as celebrate any medals they might have won. The U.S. Olympic Figure Skating Team delivered against tough opposition winning a bronze more
Richard Dulgarian is a true movie fan. He stands in the lobby of his Avon Cinema and discusses the films with his patrons as they leave the theatre. “You have got to come Thursday night [January … more
Like the park’s jingle theme song said, it was a Rocky Point tradition because it’s summertime again. For well over five decades and for generations of New Englanders, the pool at Rocky Point … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theater (The Gamm) has announced its 34th lineup for this fall, which will feature five plays and will be the first season the intimate theater company hosts from its new location at 1245 Jefferson Blvd. in more
The Community College of Rhode Island’s Knight Campus Art Gallery presents “Pillow Talk at Knight,” an immersive video installation by Sarah Halpern and Tim Geraghty, through March 23. The … more
Gamm Theatre’s artistic director, Tony Estrella, sums up Nicolas Wright’s “A Human Being Died That Night,” based on a book by black female psychologist Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, as “a … more
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