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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
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 Nick Payne's cerebral, psychological study into the human brain gets an impressive presentation by four actors playing 20 roles in Incognito" at the Sandra Feinstein Gamm Theatre in Pawtucket. Payne has taken three stories" 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
The holidays are upon us and I am thankful for the fish. We are blessed in New England to have such great access to fish and fishing. And, here in Rhode Island, we have some of the best fishing in the northeast. Our striped bass, more
I suffered through “The Great Gatsby” in American Literature class. I further suffered through the movie, even though it was shot in Newport. Will Burbage Theatre Co. be strike three with … more
In celebration of the holiday season, this December the WSO presents a three-concert Holiday Series sponsored by BankRI with selections that are reflective, inspiring, and exciting. The WSO opens the Holiday Series at the Greenwich Odeum in East more
The Community Players round out their 97th season with the “heavenly” musical, Forever Plaid. A quartet of four school pals discover their mutual love of music, especially the close harmony of … more
By Don Fowler John Travolta, Emma Thompson and Kathy Bates starred in the political drama, “Primary Colors,” while Matt Dillon played a teacher in “Wild Things.” Walter Matthau and Jack … more
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