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Playing on the old adage that “blood is thicker than water,” writer Melissa Ross explores a broken family where events of the past have left three siblings in emotional crises, where they … more
Following up on Gamm Theatre’s stunning presentation of Anton Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya,” Cranston’s Epic Theatre has turned to an updated parody by Aaron Posner, titled “Life … more
Foxwoods Resort Casino, the premier resort destination in the Northeast, today announced that the iconic Anheuser-Busch Clydesdales, in conjunction with Levine Distributing Company, are scheduled to … more
On Friday, March 30, international comedian, Poppy Champlin brings her all new comedy routine, New and Crazy! to The Courthouse at 8:00pm. You will be rolling on the floor with laughter, and this show has a special guest, Chris Zito, who will help to more
Beginning June 2, Music on the Hill presents its 11th annual chamber music festival. Seven concerts offer a variety of ensembles and music, featuring musicians returning to their native Rhode Island as well as those based in the Ocean State. Six evening more
By DON FOWLER I will always be grateful to Gerry Pellegrino for turning me on to chamber music. One day, after a tennis match many years ago, he invited me to attend a Music on the Hill concert. I went and have been enjoying the series every year since. more
By DON FOWLER Bob Colonna has been bringing Shakespeare to the masses for as long as anyone can remember. I remember the early days of the Young Rhode Island Shakespeare Theatre when he rehearsed his young cast in the parking lot of Edgewood more
On December 17, 1944, during day two of the famous Battle of the Bulge, the worst single massacre of American troops in World War II was unfolding in a frozen field south of Malmedy, Belgium. The killing of 84 unarmed U.S. GIs is known throughout the more
Theatre review By DON FOWLER Thornton Wilder's allegorical comedy-drama, written in 1942, is filled with farce, history, biblical references and a daring approach to theatre that is as relevant to audiences today as it was back then. It has been referred more
The state's newest chamber orchestra will present the second concert of its inaugural season on Sunday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, 191 County Road, Barrington. The concert will feature acclaimed soprano, Diana McVey, who has held more
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