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Theatre Review By DON FOWLER At the center of this provocative, pedantic play by Bertolt Brecht is the battle between science and religion. But the one-act, hour and a half play is about so much more, including power, persuasion, blind faith and, yes, more
By DON FOWLER Sean Thompson was enjoying 70-degree weather in Tampa as he waited to perform his role as Raul in Andrew Lloyd Webber's continuation of The Phantom of the Opera." "Love Never Dies" picks up the story 10 years later. With the disappearance" more
By DON FOWLER I can tell you where I have been on every Labor Day weekend for the past 20 years: the Rhythm & Roots Festival. For me, Chuck Wentworth's Labor Day weekend extravaganza is not the end of summer; it is the beginning of a great new season of 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
The Association of Rhode Island Authors (ARIA) 5th annual Rhode Island Author Expo will be held this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Rhode-on-the-Pawtuxet in Cranston. This year, the expo will feature a record 135 published Rhode Island authors, more
By DON FOWLER The Rhode Island International Film Festival is the only festival in the Northeast that qualifies short films for consideration for the Academy Awards. Last week, we viewed over 80 short films and three feature length films, spending eight- more
Trinity Rep invites the public to celebrate the upcoming theater season at its third annual Season Kick-Off Party, Sunday, September 10 from 12 to 7 p.m. Full of games, crafts, shopping, performances, and food, the event offers theater fans and families more
We went to “Church” Monday night at Wilbury Theatre…literally. The adventurous theatre group has settled into their flexible theatre space in an old warehouse in Olneyville, this time … more
Area ballet students ages 7 to 17 are invited to audition on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 5 p.m. for Moscow Ballet Soloist and Audition Director Anna Radik at Host Dance Studio Massachusetts Dance Academy, 191 City Depot Road, Charlton. The Moscow Ballet audition more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman" defines the finest in the American Theatre. We saw Ford Rainey play Willy Loman in Trinity Rep's 1979 production and have seen others tackle the difficult role. Let me tell you: You won't" more
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