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I’m walking out of the downstairs theatre at 2nd Story, when longtime theatre critic/director/teach-er/actor Tony Annicone reminds me that I reviewed this same play, “Murder at the Howard … more
By DON FOWLER Once you hear the sweet sounds of Cajun music, you're hooked forever. The foot-stompin' sounds of the accordion and fiddle, often accompanied these days by drums, guitars, bass and an occasional washboard, stimulate the senses and start the more
By DON FOWLER Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys and Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Chas played at the 5th Annual Mardi Gras Ball at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet. That means it's the 25th anniversary of the popular event this year. Speaking of Rhodes, the Shriners more
FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to connecting art with audiences, continues its 2016/2017 Artistic Icons Series with celebrated street dance company Rennie Harris … more
By DON FOWLER Cranston's Epic Theatre brings us a tense psychological/sociological/political one-act play that will challenge your emotions and feelings for the four characters that interact with each other in the workplace. The setting is Dr. Williams' more
Trinity Rep’s Artistic Director Curt Columbus announced that every 11th grader (plus many 9th and 10th graders) in Rhode Island will be given free tickets to see their hilarious, high-energy … more
Bennett Fisher’s terrific dark comedy, “Don’t Be Evil” is both funny and frightening, as relevant as today’s news and as challenging as facing the future. “Is the government of the … more
By DON FOWLER Harold Pinter wrote his best play in the ’70s, and it has been performed by both amateur and professional theatre companies every year since. “Betrayal” is a tightly … more
Garson Kanin’s 1946 political comedy “Born Yesterday” is a bit dated in its language and approach to male/female relationships, but its stinging rebuke of American shady politics is as relevant … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Director Vince Petronio has taken an old chestnut of a play and turned it into a tense, tight thriller at The Players, aka Barker Playhouse, America's Oldest Little Theatre. The intimate East Side theatre has been performing more
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